- The partnership will not only include funds, but also engineering resources as well. Intel now joins Google, IBM, and Microsoft as big tech companies looking into quantum computing.
- The key to this investment is that Intel is where Moore's Law was born and the primary company that has pushed semiconductor technology forward in the past 50 years. Now it's looking at a completely different technology.
- “While qubit development has been the focus of quantum computing research to date, low-temperature electronics will be required to connect, control, and measure multiple qubits, and this is where we can contribute," Intel vice president Mike Mayberry said.
Intel, the incubator of Moore's Law, is investing in quantum computers
9. 4. 15 by Kif Leswing