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Entropica Labs, Atom Computing Announce Strategic Partnership

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  • Entropica Labs announced a strategic partnership with Atom Computing.
  • Entropica Labs is a quantum software development company and Atom Computing is a atomic array quantum computing startup.
  • The partnership will allow the teams to collaborate on experimentation, research and the integration of quantum software and hardware technologies.

Entropica Labs, a leading quantum software development company, has announced a strategic partnership with Atom Computing, a pioneer in atomic array quantum computing, according to a blog post. The collaboration aims to accelerate the development and adoption of commercially viable quantum computing solutions.

According to the post, the partnership between Entropica and Atom Computing establishes a robust framework for collaboration, enabling their teams to work closely together in areas such as joint experimentation, research and the integration of quantum software and hardware technologies. The ultimate goal is to enable large-scale, error-corrected quantum computations that can unlock the full potential of quantum computing.

Tommaso Demarie, CEO of Entropica Labs, expressed his enthusiasm for the collaboration, emphasizing the importance of developing large-scale, error-corrected quantum computers to fully realize the potential of quantum computing.

“At Entropica, we firmly believe that the full potential of quantum computing can only be realised through the development of large-scale, error-corrected quantum computers.” Demarie said, “That is why we are thrilled to collaborate with the Atom team, who have decades of experience in controlling neutral atoms for quantum information processing and are dedicated to building massively scalable quantum computers. Together we strive to enhance the quality of quantum computations and provide developers and customers with the hardware and software tools they need to experiment with this technology.”

The vision of both companies is to drive scientific discoveries and technological innovation through quantum computing, according to the post. They are dedicated to building collaborative and productive partnerships that will accelerate the growth and development of the quantum ecosystem, making quantum computing more accessible to market players and users alike.

Atom Computing CEO Rob Hays acknowledged Entropica’s global leadership in quantum software development and its significant contributions to the quantum ecosystem in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region.

“Entropica has established itself as a global leader in the development of quantum software and use of quantum computers to tackle real-world problems for customers and collaborators,” said Hays, “The Entropica team has helped establish Singapore and the Asia-Pacific region as an important — and growing — quantum ecosystem. We are excited to partner with them to develop solutions using our atomic array quantum computing hardware.”

The collaboration between Entropica Labs and Atom Computing holds great promise for the advancement of quantum computing. With shared goals and a commitment to pushing the boundaries of this cutting-edge technology, both companies are eager to explore the opportunities this partnership will create. Together, they aim to drive the progress of useful quantum computing solutions and contribute to the growth of the quantum ecosystem.

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