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Diraq opens commercial laboratory in Sydney Silicon-based quantum computing company Diraq opened its new commercial laboratory, located UNSW’s campus at Sydney, on Tuesday. The company, which announced a successful Series A-2 capital raise of $29 million (US$15m) last week, said the lab is “a critical step” in its plans “to leverage today’s semiconductor manufacturing infrastructure…

Q-CTRL, Diraq partner to expand quantum computing adoption

Leading Australian quantum computing software and hardware companies have partnered to on three multi-million-dollar projects to expand the commercial adoption of quantum computing. According to quantum error correction software company Q-CTRL and silicon based quantum hardware innovator Diraq, their partnership is the first stage of delivering new, high-impact quantum computing capabilities to the global market,…