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New Quantum Processors Soprano-D and Contralto-D Showcased, Sparking Quantum Computing Revolution

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Quantum computing is taking a giant leap forward with the introduction of QuantWare’s latest quantum processor units (QPUs), Soprano-D and Contralto-D. Developed in the Netherlands, these cutting-edge processors are poised to revolutionize the quantum computing landscape by offering enhanced performance, cost-efficiency, and user-friendliness.

The Soprano-D, priced at €60k and boasting up to 5 qubits, and the Contralto-D, priced at €300k with up to 21 qubits, are designed to deliver unparalleled value for money in the quantum computing realm. This move by QuantWare aims to make quantum computing more accessible and affordable to a wider audience of builders and developers.

In addition to the QPUs, QuantWare has also unveiled the Crescendo-S J-TWPA, which allows users to achieve readout fidelities of up to 97.5%. This advancement underscores QuantWare’s commitment to simplifying the process of building quantum computers and catering to a broader spectrum of users.

Matthijs Rijlaarsdam, CEO of QuantWare, expressed pride in the Soprano-D and Contralto-D, emphasizing that customer feedback was a driving force behind their development. The company’s dedication to transparency and customer support is evident in the availability of full spec sheets for both QPUs.

With a focus on innovation and customer satisfaction, QuantWare is setting new standards in the field of quantum computing. The launch of Soprano-D and Contralto-D signifies a major advancement in technology and underscores the company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the world of quantum computing.

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