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Can this start-up become the Nvidia of quantum computing?

By Dan O'Shea posted 01 Jun 2023

With its focus on silicon spin qubits and traditional CMOS transistor manufacturing processes, U.K. start-up Quantum Motion bears some resemblance to a giant of the semiconductor industry: Intel.

But, from a business perspective, it is not Intel that Quantum Motion is intent on emulating. Instead, Quantum Motion CEO James Palles-Dimmock said the firm aspires to a model closer to that of a different giant of the sector: Nvidia.

Image caption: Quantum Motion’s leadership team (l-r James Palles-Dimmock (CEO), Prof John Morton (CTO), Anna Stockklauser (VP Product), Prof Simon Benjamin (CSO), Jane Osborne-Buglear (COO))

Dan O’Shea has covered telecommunications and related topics including semiconductors, sensors, retail systems, digital payments and quantum computing/technology for over 25 years.

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