According to foreign media reports, quantum computing startup QuantWare has released its QPU (Quantum Processing Unit), a processor called Contralto with 25 qubits, which can help research institutions and enterprises to quickly develop various applications based on quantum computing.
Matthijs Rijlaarsdam, the company's managing director, said, "While large tech companies have built QPUs with more qubits, these quantum processors are not commercially available and are limited in design, with the introduction of our new QPUs. Launched, it becomes more affordable to build a quantum computer.”
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