D-Wave is the leader in the development and delivery of quantum computing systems and software, and the world’s only commercial supplier of quantum computers. D-Wave Government Inc., a U.S. subsidiary, was formed in 2013 to provide D-Wave’s quantum computing systems to the U.S. government. Its independent board includes prominent executives with deep experience at U.S. government agencies including the Department of Energy, the Department of Defense, the National Science Board, the Defense Science Board, and the Intelligence Community.
D-Wave’s quantum computers are being used by some of the world’s most advanced organizations, including Lockheed Martin, Google, NASA Ames, Los Alamos National Laboratory, and Oak Ridge National Laboratory. D-Wave has been granted over 160 US patents and has published over 100 scientific papers, many of which have appeared in leading science journals.
D-Wave Government offices are located in Hanover, MD.
Mr. Copeland is a highly respected technology industry executive. Before leading sales to the U.S. government for D-Wave, he led sales to the U.S. government for SGI, Cray, Platform Computing, and other firms. He earned a Bachelor of Science, Electrical and Electronics Engineering, from the United States Military Academy, and an MBA from the University of Chicago.
Mr. Randolph has worked in the Federal contracts and compliance field for over 30 years primarily in the Washington, DC metro area. Prior to joining D-Wave, he led Contracts and Security departments at supercomputer companies ETA Systems, Cray, and SGI Federal. He has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Psychology from the University of Minnesota.