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QISolutions Joins Center for Quantum Technologies to Aid in Quantum Development

QISolutions, a subsidiary of full-stack photonic-based quantum computing and solutions company Quantum Computing, is joining the Center for Quantum Technologies (CQT), an industry-university cooperative research center sponsored by the National Science Foundation.

CQT brings together engineers and scientists from Purdue University, Indiana University, the University of Notre Dame, and Indiana University Purdue University-Indianapolis to work with industry members such as the Air Force Research Laboratory, Amazon Web Services, Eli Lilly, Cummins, Toyota, Northrup Grumman, and IBM Quantum to "transfer foundational quantum knowledge into novel quantum technologies that address industry and defense challenges, " according to a news announcement. QISolutions will bring into the mix its expertise in quantum photonic communications, cryptography, computing, and sensing solutions, to assist CQT in advancing industry-relevant quantum devices, systems, and algorithms, the company explained.

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Learn more about the Center for Quantum Technologies in our CQT partner institution roundtable: "A New NSF Industry/University Cooperative Research Center in Indiana."

"QiSolutions has strategically developed relationships with key partners and academic institutions to align resources to pursue and win federal contract opportunities, " said Sean Gabeler, president of QiSolutions, in a statement. "QiSolutions will be one of the key quantum technology providers for these partnerships and this alliance sets the foundation to pursue a number of US Government and DoD work that we expect to be awarded this fiscal year."

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