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Quandela and Alice & Bob collaborate with EDF and CNRS to optimize energy consumption in quantum computing
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Jul 10, 2024
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Jul 10, 2024

Quandela and Alice & Bob collaborate with EDF and CNRS to optimize energy consumption in quantum computing

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  • Quantum computing firms Quandela and Alice & Bob, French electricity company EDF, and the French National Centre for Scientific Research (CNRS) have partnered aiming to reduce energy usage in quantum computing through a project named Energetic Optimisation of Quantum Circuits (OECQ). The total cost of the project is estimated to be EUR 6.1 million (USD 6.6 million). It will be supported up to EUR 4.5 million (USD 4.9 million) by a France 2030 grant operated by France's public investment bank, bpifrance.

  • The project aims to evaluate and improve the energy requirements of high-performance and quantum computing systems in various industry applications. The project will focus on the energy required by the quantum processing unit (QPU) and the energy consumed by its auxiliary technologies. The insights gained from this project will be used to design and test more energy-efficient quantum processor prototypes.

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