Atos is adapting to the evolution of the quantum computing market. Baptized Qaptiva and launched on May 11, its new offer combines support for customers in defining use cases, a development environment for programming different quantum processor technologies – coupled with specialized software libraries – as well as a new emulator allowing to simulate up to 41 qubits. An offer that aims to convert, after research laboratories, companies. “It is a reaction to movements that we have observed in the market for 18, even 24 months.points out Eric Eppe, vice-president portfolio and strategy of the group. We see customers move from discovering technology to developing applications and looking for more or less short-term advantage.”
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