Germany’s Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft has partnered with IBM to reinforce the research on quantum computing technology. The German government will invest EUR 650 million over the next two years to support the transition of quantum technologies from basic research into market-ready applications.
The cooperation has the goal to build a community for industry and application-oriented quantum computation strategies. The community would operate under the roof of a Fraunhofer Competence centre for quantum computing, managed by the Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft.
IBM Q System One, owned and operated by IBM, will be located in an IBM facility in Germany. It supports quantum computational research for science and industry.
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