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Fujitsu partners with Australian National University to establish quantum research center in Australia
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Jul 4, 2024
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Quantum Computing

Jul 4, 2024

Fujitsu partners with Australian National University to establish quantum research center in Australia

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  • Fujitsu Australia has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with The Australian National University (ANU) to establish a quantum research center in Australia, aiming to build an onsite quantum computer.

  • The collaboration involves setting up an onsite quantum computer, sharing Fujitsu's quantum technologies, and developing several educational programs on quantum computing. These initiatives aim to facilitate innovation and talent development in quantum technologies across the continent. Fujitsu's plans to release a 256-qubit quantum computer in March 2025 and another with 1,000 qubits in 2026 will further enhance ANU's access to advanced quantum technology.

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