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Microsoft Quantum Computing Project in Copenhagen, Denmark. June 2018

Presenting the potential of quantum computing at Microsoft Ignite 2018

It has been a year since Microsoft unveiled its vision for building a scalable quantum computer. The company is advancing toward that goal, with seven Microsoft quantum labs around the world actively engaged in engineering a topological quantum computer that scales to meet real-world computing challenges....

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Accelerating quantum materials research with Microsoft’s new Copenhagen lab

Microsoft is pleased to announce the recent opening of our new Quantum Materials Laboratory in Copenhagen, Denmark, on September 21. We have high expectations for the new lab. It’s where the heart of our quantum computer—the topological qubit—will be developed under the direction of Scientific Director Peter Krogstrup....

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Microsoft advances quantum computing vision and helps tackle real-world challenges

This week marks one year since Microsoft announced our bold vision of developing a scalable, full stack quantum computing solution. During that period, we have delivered against our vision and achievement, including expanding our quantum investments across the globe and making our quantum research and technology accessible to a growing community of quantum developers....

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The Microsoft approach to quantum computing

From development to deployment, Microsoft is empowering the quantum revolution with a complete approach to quantum systems. Highlighting our focus on scalability and outlining the full quantum stack—including control system, software, development tools, and Microsoft Azure integration—this post illustrates how our approach creates an integrated, streamlined environment for quantum processing....

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Dave Wecker in lab

Achieving practical quantum computing

To gain a broader understanding of quantum computing, check out this comprehensive overview from Microsoft Quantum Architect Dave Wecker. You’ll learn how quantum computing is different from classical computing, the types of problems a quantum computer can solve, and what makes topological qubits so unique....

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