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Europe's Quantum Leap: LUMI-Q and the Rise of a Unified Quantum Computing Consortium

Image: IT4Innovations National Supercomputing Center, Czechia

In a remarkable collaborative effort, nine European nations, including Chalmers, have united under the LUMI-Q consortium to acquire and operate a EuroHPC quantum computer. With the foundational hosting agreement recently signed, the LUMI-Q quantum computer will be operational next year in the Czech Republic. This partnership aims to bind various Nordic quantum ecosystems to a broader EU quantum computing community, fostering accelerated advancements in quantum technology throughout the continent.