Microsoft Pasqal IO Quantum Computing

Pasqal develops neutral atom-based quantum technology that allows you to manipulate neutral atoms directly to pursue areas ranging from graph-based machine learning and material science simulations to optimization problems and problems governed by differential equations. Pasqal’s quantum processing units are made of hundreds of atomic qubits in 2D and 3D arrays.

Microsoft today announced that Pasqal will be available via Azure Quantum. If you are interested, you can pre-register for Azure Quantum’s private preview of Pasqal.

“With the coming availability of our system via Azure Quantum and the differentiated range of new digital and analog quantum computational capabilities that it introduces, we hope to accelerate the quantum programs of the platform’s community and ultimately help them achieve real-world solutions to the world’s most critical challenges,” Georges-Olivier Reymond, CEO and Founder, Pasqal.

“Azure Quantum is a unified, open cloud ecosystem for quantum innovation, empowering customers to achieve impact with a diverse selection of quantum hardware, software, and solutions.” Said Dr. Krysta Svore, Distinguished Engineer, VP Quantum Software of Microsoft. “Pasqal’s neutral atoms quantum processors are a welcome addition to that ecosystem, providing Azure Quantum users with new computational possibilities, including analog quantum computation, opening up new avenues for pursuing real-world quantum impacts.”

Pasqal will become available on Azure Quantum later this year.