IBM and Pasqal: Quantum-Centric Supercomputing Revolution

This partnership between IBM and Pasqal aims to boost utility-scale industry use in materials research and chemistry, where quantum-centric supercomputing shows potential

As Pasqal start collaboration with IBM, this marks a significant turning point for the quantum computing industry

Red Hat OpenShift and IBM’s hybrid cloud platform are used by over 4,000 government and corporate entities in key infrastructure domains including financial services, telecommunications, and healthcare

Pasqal, a leading quantum computing service, builds quantum computers from ordered neutral atoms in 2D and 3D arrays to provide clients a quantum edge and solve real-world problems

Quantum-centric supercomputers optimise and manage quantum operations using classical processing

Innovations in fields like materials science, complex system simulations, cryptography, and medicine may result from this integration

IBM and Pasqal will work together to develop technologies, exchange knowledge, and undertake research initiatives that will enable the smooth integration of classical and quantum computing