Day: September 10, 2020

Atos helps researchers and students to experiment with quantum algorithms by offering free, universal access to myQLM

Paris, September 3, 2020

Atos, a world-wide leader in digital transformation, now offers free, common entry to myQLM, its program giving researchers, college students and developers with quantum programming equipment. Launched in 2019 and originally reserved to Atos Quantum Understanding Equipment (Atos QLM) people, myQLM aims to democratize entry to quantum simulation and really encourage innovation in quantum computing. By making it possible for all researchers, college students and developers around the world to download and use myQLM, Atos moves 1 action further more ahead in its motivation to empower the quantum computing local community.

Quantum computing has the prospective to adjust the environment as we know it by spurring breakthroughs in healthcare, environmental sustainability, industrial procedures or finance. The present-day race to build a commercially viable quantum computer has been instrumental in escalating consciousness of the industry around the world but the quantum revolution calls for far more than

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