RTranscenders are modules based on Field Programmable Analogical Arrays (FPAA) hardware.
RTs main aim is to support basic quantum algorithms as Quantum Fourier Transform (Direct and Inverse), Arithmetic operation over Qubits (Addition, Multiplication, Division, Exponentiation and modular equivalents) and high-level functionality as Factorization, Discrete Logarithm and other quantum algorithms.
The goal is to solve computing capacity limitations of binary systems, there where the volume of information to be processed exceed the calculation capacity of existing processors. Among others, RT will allow a new concept of Blockchain based upon Holo-Networks (HN) via Quantum Measurement (QM)
Initially, RTranscender will be based on Custom FPAAs platform combined with digital microprocessors or FPGAs
RTs will run under RQuanTech Intellectual Property (IP) portfolio that includes a unique combination of soft and hardened IP cores for FPAAs along with reference designs to complement RTs application’s performance and IP strategy. On top third parties selection of development kits give final user the flexibility to test multiple types of mixed RTs and other third parties IP cores using a single board.
We will provide to clients dynamically generated design examples that use RT custom IP configuration and create an out-of-the-box hardware test platform to enable functionality and performance verification on hardware.