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D-Wave, NEC to launch quantum computing services in Australia

NEC Australia and D-Wave announced a partnership to introduce two new quantum computing services in Australia.

The partnership’s offerings include a Quantum Consultancy Service and the Leap Quantum Cloud Service.

Quantum Consultancy Service: The Quantum Consultancy Service involves developing and testing quantum computing solutions through Proof of Concepts (POCs), with the potential for these solutions to be integrated into practical business applications.

Leap Quantum Cloud Service: The Leap Quantum Cloud Service grants customers access to D-Wave’s real-time quantum computing resources, facilitating independent research and utilization of quantum computing capabilities.

D-Wave’s quantum data scientists are set to offer direct support through the Quantum Consulting Service. Additionally, the service provides access to D-Wave’s Advantage  quantum computers and hybrid solvers.

[Image courtesy: NEC]

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