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IBM Quantum System One Comes to Korea

IBM Quantum System One Comes to Korea

South Korea will become the fourth country to host an on-premises IBM Quantum System One

IBM announced that IBM Quantum System One is coming to Yonsei University through collaboration. The IBM Quantum System One at Yonsei will come online in 2023. The announcement was made at IBM Quantum Summit.

Prior to this collaboration between IBM and Yonsei University, IBM Quantum System One has been hosted in campuses of just four countries. The system will be deployed at the Songdo International Campus.

With this development, Yonsei University joins the IBM Quantum Network, a global community of Fortune 500 companies, academic institutions, startups, and research labs working on advance quantum computing and exploring practical applications.

"IBM brings decades of research to advance quantum computing across three key areas: hardware, software and ecosystem development. We are committed to the growth of the global quantum ecosystem and fostering collaboration between research communities," said Jay Gambetta, IBM Fellow and VP of Quantum Computing. "IBM is pleased to partner with Yonsei University in Korea to advance the local quantum workforce and we look forward to working closely with the University’s team and broader ecosystem."

This collaboration will also place a priority on building quantum programming, application and technology development skills and expertise. The announcement is also aligned with the initiative of the Korean Government to develop and grow national competency in quantum technology.

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