Fujitsu Labs announced it will establish three new collaborations with academic institutions to research different topics in quantum computing. The first is a collaboration with RIKEN and the University of Tokyo to study superconducting quantum computers. The second is a project with TU Delft to research quantum computers built with diamond-based spin qubits. And the third is a project with Osaka University to research quantum algorithms and quantum error correction techniques.  These new projects are in additional to another one announced earlier this year with Quantum Benchmark to study error suppression techniques.  For more on this announcement, you can read Fujitsu press release announcement on their web site here.

October 16, 2020