Founded in 1999, D-Wave Systems is the first commercial quantum computing company. Our mission is to integrate new discoveries in physics, engineering, manufacturing, and computer science into breakthrough approaches to computation that help solve some of the world’s most complex challenges.
Today D-Wave is the recognized leader in the development, fabrication, and integration of superconducting quantum computers. Our systems are being used by world-class organizations and institutions including Lockheed-Martin, Google, NASA, and USC. D-Wave has been granted over 100 US patents and has published over 60 peer-reviewed papers in leading scientific journals.
D-Wave's offices are in Vancouver, Canada, Palo Alto, California and Washington, DC. D-Wave is a privately held company.
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Job Opportunities at D-Wave Systems
Senior Software Developer D-Wave is looking for exceptionally motivated people who love to see the impact of their work on a daily basis, who will do whatever it takes to ensure success of the... more
News on D-Wave Systems
D-Wave Systems, the world's first commercial quantum computing company, has raised $28.4 million in venture capital from Fidelity Canada Fund, Goldman Sachs, Business Development Bank of... more
D-Wave Systems Inc., the world's first commercial quantum computing company, today announced two new partnerships as part of its application ecosystem. DNA-SEQ and 1QBit are developing software... more
On May 15, the top 25 tech companies in BC gathered together on the second-floor concourse of The Telus World of Science to showcase their latest innovative breakthrough and to celebrate the... more
Last night the 2013 Canadian Technology Leaders Awards were held in Toronto. The new awards were established to recognize leadership and honour "the outstanding work of Canadians in the fields of... more
Vancouver-based quantum computing company D-Wave has been getting a lot of recognition lately for its innovative, groundbreaking technology, including being named one of the world's smartest tech... more
Vancouver continues be a hub of innovation across tech sectors and 2014 is poised to build on city's momentum. "2013 was a pretty exciting year for the overall tech industry," says Andrew... more
PwC just announced the 20 companies shortlisted for its Vision to Reality awards. The awards celebrate Canada’s "most dynamic and visionary technology firms." The shortlist will be... more
In 1999 D-Wave Systems was spun out of the University of British Columbia to commercialize superconductor-based, quantum computer processors.In 2011, the Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) awarded... more
The Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) announced today that Dr. Geordie Rose, founder and Chief Technology Officer of D-Wave Systems Inc. will be receiving the inaugural CIX Innovator of the Year... more
Newly minted CEO of D-Wave Systems Vern Bromwell stepped up in the #5 slot at today's CIX Top 20 and gave the VC-heavy audience a quick tutorial on quantum computing. Based in Burnaby, BC, D-Wave... more
Last night the Canadian Innovation Exchange (CIX) nominations reception was held in Toronto. 20 of the most innovative companies came together to showcase their talent and the nation’s best... more