Digital Annealer

Digital Annealer is a new technology that is used to solve large-scale combinatorial optimization problems instantly. Digital Annealer uses a digital circuit design inspired by quantum phenomena and can solve problems which are difficult and time consuming for classical computers.

Features and Benefits

  • Stable operation at normal room temperature and small form factor
  • Fully coupled 8,192-bit connectivity that allows for large-scale problem solving
  • 64-bit (264) gradations allow high accuracy in expressing combinatorial optimization problems.

The Potential of our Digital Annealer


What can the Digital Annealer do and how can it solve your real-world business problems?

Find out more through this short clip which explains the potential which our Digital Annealer holds to help transform your business.


How does the Digital Annealer work?


8192-bit Full Connectivity


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The most advanced technology to solve combinatorial optimization problems for business

A key challenge in quantum computing is the requirement to contain the system and keep it free from interference, which can require operation at very low temperatures, close to 0 degrees Kelvin. Digital Annealer does not require such a complex environment. Use the power of quantum computing today!

Broad Practical Use


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How Digital Annealer solves complicated problems rapidly

In quantum mechanics, which inspired Digital Annealer, the phenomenon known as "superposition" refers to the simultaneous existence of two different states, 0 and 1. This phenomenon is the basis of "quantum bits" or qubits, which can dramatically improve calculation speed. Digital Annealer emulates qubits in a digital circuit.

Among the various quantum computing methods that exist in the market today, Digital Annealer is categorized as an example of the annealing method, which focuses on solving combinatorial optimization problems and the achievement of successful results with rapid operational capabilities. Unlike classical computers, Digital Annealing does not require programming; instead, simply setting parameters allows calculations to be performed.


Conventional Method: Put the pieces in order; step back if a failure occurs

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Annealing: Shake, and the pieces fall into place

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