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There is manufacturer of desktop quantum computers: https://www.spinquanta.com/products.

There are few models on the market:

  • Gemini
  • Gemini-Mini
  • Triangulum
  • Lyra

Does anyone know where to find quantum gates list and their definitions for those computers?

Update:
I have got information from several resources:
Gemini/Gemini-Mini:

  • CNOT
  • CNOTx
  • CNOTy
  • CNOTz
  • H
  • RX(theta)
  • RY(theta)
  • RZ(theta)
  • X
  • X90 / RX(π/2)
  • Y
  • Y90 / RY(π/2)
  • Z
  • Z90 / RZ(π/2)

Triangulum:

  • CCZ
  • CNOTx
  • CNOTy
  • CNOTz
  • H
  • I
  • RX(theta)
  • RY(theta)
  • RZ(theta)
  • S
  • S-dagger
  • T
  • T-dagger
  • TOFFOLI
  • X
  • X90 / RX(π/2)
  • Y
  • Y90 / RY(π/2)
  • Z
  • Z90 / RZ(π/2)

For the Lyra (superconducting chip quantum computer) gates are the same as IBM's.

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Gemini, Gemini-Mini, and Triangulum are NMR systems whose available quantum gates are; as SpinQ Triangulum: a commercial three-qubit desktop quantum computer says:

The single-qubit gates are Pauli gates ($σ_{x}$, $σ_{y}$ , $σ_{z}$ ), 90 degree rotation gates and arbitrary rotation gates along x, y and z axes, Hadamard gates, T gates and inverse of T gates. The two-qubit gates are CNOT and CZ gates between any pairs of the three qubits. The three-qubit gates are the Toffoli gates with any two of the three qubits as the control qubits, and the CCZ gates which implement a π phase change to $|111\rangle$.

Lyra is a superconduting quantum computer. A fruitless search of their native gateset motivated me to pen an email:enter image description here

Let's wait for a response.

Update: Got back a response. For the Lyra, it's superconducting chip quantum computers, and the gates are the same as IBM's. I've attached images for the gatesets of Gemini and Trianulum

Gemini Gateset

Trianulum Gateset

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