Pasqal raises $100M to build a neutral atombased quantum computer
- The advantage here is that once you can do this with hundreds of atoms at the same time, you can create both a very dense matrix of qubits and one that, using holographic methods, you can reshuffle in 3D space as needed for a given algorithm.
- He believes that this will take a system with 200 to 300 qubits.At this point, most researchers believe that we won’t see the industry trend toward a single technology for solving every algorithm.
- Instead, different quantum technologies will find their sweet spots for solving different problems.
- This is a relatively new and potentially game-changing approach to building quantum processors.
- Pasqal, a Paris-based quantum computing startup, today announced that it has raised a $100 million Series B funding round let by Singapore’s Temasek.
- That almost makes these machines more akin to Field-Programmable Gate Arrays (FPGAs) than more traditional quantum processors.
Pasqal, a Parisbased quantum computing startup, today announced that it has raised a $100 million Series B funding round let by Singapores Temasek. In addition to Temasek, existing investors Quanto [+4148 chars]