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Risk analytics company AlgoDynamix, supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme, announces new Quantum computing capabilities.

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Jeremy Sosabowski – CEO of Algodynamix
Jeremy Sosabowski

AlgoDynamix, a risk analytics firm supported by the Accelerate Cambridge programme at the Entrepreneurship Centre of Cambridge Judge Business School, announced the launch of new powerful Quantum computing capabilities.

Founded in 2013 by Jeremy Sosabowski and Wei Teo, AlgoDynamix is a risk analytics firm that forecasts advance warning of major directional market movements.

The new Quantum computing service is a no-cost upgrade for premium-level clients in which cloud-based calculations will be up to 10,000 faster, the company said. Analytics alert flags are sent to clients via email, browser or an optional API, and these now provide additional functionality including new foreign-exchange forecasting capability.

The new cloud-based service uses technology provided by D-Wave Systems and is a “world first in behavioural forecasting for financial analytics”, the company said in a press release.

Other capabilities of AlgoDynamix include analytics of equities, commodities, fixed income, currencies, and environmental, social and governance (ESG)-related investments.

In April, AlgoDynamix was named one of WealthTech100 Most Innovative Companies.

AlgoDynamix CEO Jeremy Sosabowski said: “Being able to apply the power of Quantum computing to our forecasting analytics is a significant step forward and clients will quickly benefit from increased speed and capabilities across multiple asset classes.”

“Ongoing help and support from Cambridge Judge and Accelerate Cambridge in particular has been great. The magic of Cambridge and the business school has certainly played a major role in making all this happen.”

Please join AlgoDynamix at their live webinar on 9 December – A Quantum leap in Financial Price Forecasting: see the future without looking at the past.