Six quantum computers are to be built at supercomputer sites around Europe, in a bid to keep the EU at the forefront of this critical technology
New government aims to make the country a leader in quantum computing, following inauguration at the Jülich Supercomputing Centre of the world’s most powerful quantum machine, developed by Canada’s D-Wave Systems
‘Hope is strengthened’, says physicist Tommaso Calarco, one of the driving forces behind the EU’s €1B Quantum flagship. Start-ups are beginning ‘to sprout like mushrooms’
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