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Quantinuum’s quantum chemistry team, in collaboration with TotalEnergies, has presented a new preprint paper detailing a potential use of quantum computers in mitigating climate change. The team has paved the way for the use of quantum computing to model materials, as a part of the materials discovery process, for use in carbon capture and sequestration.
Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce the continuation of its expansion across Europe with the opening of its new office in Munich, Germany.
The creation and rapid expansion of the new company, CQ Deutschland (CQD), underlines Quantinuum’s commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing.
Quantinuum today announced an agreement with IBM to expand the IBM Quantum Hub with Cambridge Quantum Computing Limited, providing clients with greater access to IBM’s quantum computing systems, including IBM’s recently announced 127 qubit processor, “Eagle,” as well as to IBM’s quantum expertise and Qiskit, to drive and develop the quantum ecosystem. IBM’s investment in Quantinuum was facilitated by IBM Ventures.
Cambridge Quantum, the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce and welcome Daniel Hussein as Vice President Sales & Business Development with a focus on introducing ground-breaking quantum computing technology to a global client base.
Daniel’s remit will include both quantum software and cybersecurity, with specialist teams based in the UK, Japan, Germany and North America. He joins at a time of great momentum for Cambridge Quantum and Quantinuum as global leaders in working with large scale government and corporate organisations who are early adopters of quantum technologies.
Cambridge Quantum today announced the release of the world’s first toolkit and library for Quantum Natural Language Processing (QNLP). The toolkit is called lambeq, named after the late mathematician and linguist Joachim Lambek.