Universal Quantum receives funding to construct a practical large-scale quantum computer

Universal Quantum receives funding to construct a practical large-scale quantum computer

The company is planning to build the first practical large-scale quantum computer. The
early-stage funding has investors like 7 percent, Luminous VC, Hoxton Ventures, Propagator VC, and Village Global. The company was founded in 2018 by Dr. Sebastian Weidt and Professor Winfried Hensinger at the University of Sussex. The proposed model is based on a pioneering approach created at the University and will have a significant impact at speed and range far more than initially expected.
Quantum computing is an atomic-level platform as compared to a traditional computing
system which has a binary state of computing architecture.

Source: Venturebeat