Quantum Machines opens Israeli Quantum Computing Center

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Quantum Machines, a provider of processor-based quantum controllers, today announced the opening of the Israeli Quantum Computing Center (IQCC).

The research facility that will serve the quantum computing industry and academic community in Israel and around the world. The center was built with the financial backing and support of the Israel Innovation Authority and is located at Tel Aviv University. 

In the global race to develop practical quantum computing, access to cutting-edge facilities is crucial, the company said.

Israel is opening a quantum computing center.

“All of the world’s most advanced quantum computing research facilities are closed or offer very limited access to those outside of their organization. You can’t compete if you need to fly halfway around the world for limited access,” said Itamar Sivan, CEO of Quantum Machines, in a statement. “When we thought about what would propel quantum computing forward, we realized that building the most advanced facility in terms of interoperability, modularity, and integration with high-performance computing (HPC) and the cloud was the way to go. Our open architecture approach will ensure that the facility can be continuously upgraded and scaled to stay at the cutting edge, making it an accelerator for the entire ecosystem in Israel and internationally.”

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