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Danish university collaborates with Microsoft to develop super-computer

14.09.2017  09:51
University of Copenhagen has established a working relationship with Microsoft in developing a new super-computer. The goal is to build what the partners call the world’s first “general-purpose quantum computer”.
The development of the quantum computer will take place at the Centre for Quantum Devices at the Niels Bohr Institute located in Copenhagen. The new centre is named “Station Q Copenhagen”. Here, Microsoft will invest more than 100 million DKKR in the project, to be spent on equipment and establishment of facilities. Microsoft will also provide the Danish university with staff that will work with the university’s researchers.
 
Read more here (in Danish).