Sydney’s Tech Central adds quantum terminal and scaleup hub; first tenants are Q-Ctrl, Sydney Quantum Academy, & Quantum Brilliance
(ZDNet) Sydney’s Tech Central has welcomed Q-Ctrl, Sydney Quantum Academy, and Quantum Brilliance as the first tenants of its newest precinct known as the quantum terminal.
According to the state government, the quantum terminal will be the city’s “first centralised live collaboration space for researchers, developers, engineers and entrepreneurs — all working to advance quantum technology, high performance computing, and artificial intelligence”.
“Quantum terminal along with the rest of Tech Central will form one of the most vibrant innovation corridors in Australia,” Minister for Jobs, Investment, Tourism and Western Sydney and Minister for Trade and Industry Stuart Ayres said.
Alongside the opening of the quantum terminal, the NSW government announced on Monday it will invest up AU$21 million to prioritise affordable accommodation for scaleups.