Haiqu announced that it has received a $4 million investment. Haiqu’s $4 million investment round was led by MaC Venture Capital. The angel investors participating in the round included Paul Holland, Alexi Kirilenko and Gordy Holterman. Toyota Ventures, SOMA capital, u.ventures, SID Venture Partners and Roosh Ventures also participated.
We leverage our expertise in AI and high-performance computing to create a product that we believe can disrupt the entire industry. Our track record of building and scaling deep technology R&D in large companies means we successfully overcome challenges to bring complex technology to market. We are eager to get our technology in the hands of users as soon as possible.Mykola Maksymenko, Co-Founder and CTO of Haiqu
The startup was established in the fall of 2022 at the Creative Destruction Lab Quantum in Toronto by Richard Givhan (CEO), a Stanford alumnus and former EIR at Mitsubishi Electric, and Maksymenko, a researcher at Max. Founders include the Planck Society, the Weizmann Institute of Science and the head of R&D at SoftServe Inc.
We have been watching the quantum computing space for years. Haiqu caught our attention with their optimization software that leverages quantum hardware to solve practical industry problems.Toyota Ventures, Jim Adler