IonQ's quantum systems are now available on the big three hyperscale cloud providers.
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We caught up with Tony Uttley, president of Honeywell Quantum Solutions, to talk about quantum computing and what's ahead.
ZDNet's Larry Dignan caught up with Tony Uttley, president of Honeywell Quantum Solutions, to talk about its combination with Cambridge Quantum, combining hardware and software, remaining hardware agnostic, and growing the quantum computing market.
IonQ's partnership with Softbank Investment Advisors will expose it to a bevy of portfolio companies and industries.
The move comes as quantum computing vendors are racing to leverage Qiskit to build out the software ecosystem.
IBM's new programming tools are part of a broader quantum computing effort to build out a developer ecosystem leveraging the Qiskit programming language.
When the deal closes, IonQ will trade under the ticker IONQ with a market cap of about $2 billion.
ZDNet caught up with IonQ CEO Peter Chapman to discuss quantum computing applications, how the cloud will accelerate adoption, software developers and riding innovation curves.
IonQ CEO Peter Chapman argues that the road to adoption for quantum computing is happening faster than originally thought due to the cloud. Here's Chapman's take on adoption, enterprise applications, innovation, and the future developer.
Honeywell's quantum computer is available to enterprises via a cloud API, Microsoft Azure and channel partners Zapata Computing and Cambridge Quantum Computing.