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IBM to open quantum computing center in Europe

IBM quantum systems with more than 100 qubits will serve science and business in Europe
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American corporation IBM plans to build its first quantum computing center in Europe. Various government agencies, research institutes and commercial customers are expected to be able to use its resources.

The new data center will be located at the IBM site in Eppingen (Baden-Württemberg, Germany). IBM already has a US quantum computing center located in Poughkeepsie, New York. The emergence of the European complex will help accelerate the development and implementation of solutions based on quantum technologies.

The data center in Germany will include several IBM quantum systems running more than 100 qubits. Access to computing power will be provided to customers from European countries and other countries. Commissioning of the facility is scheduled for 2024.

The IBM Quantum Network currently has more than 60 organizations across Europe. They gain access to quantum hardware and related software to solve complex and resource-intensive tasks that are often beyond the capabilities of traditional computers.

Quantum centers are particularly used in fields such as materials science, high energy physics, financial analysis, etc.

The Bundeswehr University of Munich, the European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN), the Fraunhofer Society, the Bosch Group of Companies and other organizations are connected to the IBM Quantum Network via the cloud.

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