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Partnership Aims to Accelerate Development of Quantum Computing Technologies in Canada

The University of Ottawa (uOttawa) and Xanadu formed a new partnership to drive Canada's quantum computing approach beyond fundamental scientific research....

South Korea to Develop Own 50 Qubit System by 2027, Catch U.S. And China in Quantum Computing

South Korean research bodies and private companies joined hands to form a government-initiated task force for the development of a 50-qubit quantum computer by the end of 2026 with the...

China’s Quantum Leap

In this long read you’ll find answers to questions such as: What are the distinguishing features of quantum computing and what stage is development at currently? What strategies are employed...

Singapore Forges Ahead Boosting Quantum Computing Talent Development, Providing Better Access to Quantum Technology

Singapore's Deputy Prime Minister Heng Swee Keat on Tuesday (May 31) announced the launch of the National Quantum Computing Hub, which will pool expertise and resources from the Centre for...

Amazon Web Services Joins U.S. Q-NEXT Quantum Center

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has become a member of Q-NEXT, a quantum research center that is developing the science and technology for controlling and distributing quantum information....

Quantum Computing Ambition: Japan Aims for 10M Users by 2030

Japan plans to bring into service its first homegrown quantum computer by the end of March next year and have 10 million people using the technology by 2030....