Quantum computing has the potential to solve problems beyond the capabilities of conventional supercomputers and could produce a revolution in biochemistry, finance, cryptography, and AI. The power of quantum computers is at an inflection point and the industry is going to experience a surge in performance in the coming years.
is a member of Canada’s first IBM Q-Hub at Université de Sherbrooke, providing programming services on this platform – IBM’s most powerful – for academic and industrial researchers. We also participate in the QSciTech-QuantumBC training program, allowing researchers to use this powerful machine to its fullest potential.
CMC also partnered with Xanadu, a Toronto-based photonic quantum computer company, on the Xanadu Quantum Sandbox. CMC will help companies and researchers use Xanadu’s made-in-Canada quantum platform.
As we do for microelectronics, photonics, nanomaterials, and other technologies, CMC fills gaps and facilitates research in the Canadian quantum ecosystem which will be strategically important for Canada.