France opens access to quantum computing to researchers, start-ups

By IQT News posted 07 Jan 2022

(Euractiv) The French government launched a new program to link quantum machines and supercomputers on January 4. The resources will have to be made available to researchers and companies to ensure France is up to speed with the technological revolutions to come.
The creation of a new quantum computing platform was announced by Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly, Research and Innovation Minister Frédérique Vidal, and the Secretary of State for Digital, Cédric O.
The aim is to make this technology accessible to as many people as possible, including the scientific community and French and EU start-ups. The intent is to ensure France does not miss out on the major advances quantum computing could make in the decades to come.
The platform will be installed at the High-Performance Computing Centre at the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA).
The French government launched a new programme to link quantum machines and supercomputers on Tuesday (4 January). The resources will have to be made available to researchers and companies to ensure France is up to speed with the technological revolutions to come. EURACTIV France reports.
The creation of a new quantum computing platform was announced by Armed Forces Minister Florence Parly, Research and Innovation Minister Frédérique Vidal, and the Secretary of State for Digital, Cédric O.
The aim is to make this technology accessible to as many people as possible, including the scientific community and French and EU start-ups. The intent is to ensure France does not miss out on the major advances quantum computing could make in the decades to come.
The platform will be installed at the High-Performance Computing Centre at the French Atomic Energy Commission (CEA).

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