Quantum computing leader PASQAL has initiated a groundbreaking $90 million quantum technology venture in Sherbrooke, Quebec.
Supported by a $15 million loan from the Government of Quebec, the five year project aims for manufacturing, research, and commercialization within DistriQ, a quantum innovation zone.
With Espace Quantique 1 set to open in 2024, the facility will manufacture neutral-atom quantum computers and foster innovation in a 5,000 square meters collaborative space.
PASQAL’s CEO, Georges-Olivier Reymond, emphasizes the initiative’s role in attracting global talent and companies, positioning Sherbrooke as a prominent quantum hub in North America.
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