Through its Euro-Q-Exa project, the Leibniz Supercomputing Centre submitted a successful bid for one of the largest European investments in quantum computing to date. Supported with funds from the European Union and the Bavarian and German federal governments, the center will build a machine using quantum processors as accelerators.

The first D-Wave Advantage system built outside of North America comes out of an 8-year collaboration between D-Wave Systems and the Jülich Supercomputing Centre.

New BMBF-funded project focuses on co-design of next-generation quantum computing technologies and integrating these tools into traditional computing centres.