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Jun 6, 2024

Pasqal and IBM partner to develop quantum-centric supercomputing for chemistry and materials science

Partnerships

  • Neutral atom-based quantum developer Pasqal and IBM have announced plans to work together to develop quantum-centric supercomputing while promoting application research in chemistry and materials science. The terms and financial details of the agreement have not been disclosed.

  • The collaboration primarily entails working on the software integration for a quantum supercomputer, which streamlines computational workflows across multiple types of quantum and classical computers. It seeks to boost industry-wide adoption, particularly in materials science and chemistry, by exploiting their joint expertise in quantum computing. Furthermore, the duo aims to organize a regional high-performance computing (HPC) technical forum in Germany, with expansion plans to other regions.

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