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Making computers fast, efficient and probabilistic, inspired by physics

Fast & 

Economical

Flexible & Scalable

Efficient &

Green

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As Feynman described

In his 1982 seminal work, quantum physicist Richard Feynman presented the work that started the field of quantum computing. He also introduced probabilistic computing, a paradigm straddling computing with bits and qubits, sharing specific attributes of both. 

Ludwig Computing creates next-gen computing platforms with a revolutionary approach. Avoiding traditional clocked digital platforms, Ludwig's paradigm enables a natural computing flow via algorithm-hardware codesign, harnessing the natural physics of devices for Generative AI and probabilistic computations, significantly reducing computation time and cost for these problem domains.

Get a demo to estimate your problem's speed up on

p-computer vs. conventional and quantum processors.

Full implementation of the technology enables another 100X speed up.

Physics-Inspired

At the intersection of statistical physics, quantum-inspired computing and software-defined-hardware

Mixed-Signal

P-bits leverage the power of analog information processing while providing error-free digital outputs  

Autonomous

Capable of autonomous 

updates independent of computer clocks

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Mill Valley, CA 94941

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