D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services, today announced it will host its annual global Qubits Conference on October 5-7.
BURNABY, Canada, Sept. 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — D-Wave Systems Inc., the leader in quantum computing systems, software, and services, today announced it will host its annual global Qubits Conference on October 5-7. Now in its 6th year, Qubits will be a virtual format with live talks and real-time Q&As with speakers, providing an opportunity for thousands of technical experts, developers, and forward-looking businesses to come together to learn more about D-Wave’s newest quantum technologies and hear from leading-edge customers and partners such as PayPal, E.ON, GE, Menten AI, Accenture, NEC, Multiverse Computing, and many more.
This year’s program will provide D-Wave’s global community – including business decision-makers and quantum application developers from more than 37 countries – with the tools and insights they need to solve some of the world’s most complex, critical business problems in fields ranging from healthcare to financial services and put those quantum hybrid use cases into production. This year’s program will feature technical sessions, hands-on how-to’s, and guest speakers detailing their quantum applications for a 360-degree view of the power and potential of quantum computing.
Day 1 of the conference, which focuses on “Quantum for Business,” will open with keynotes from D-Wave’s CEO Alan Baratz and other members of the team, and will include a preview of D-Wave’s technology roadmap and updates in the Leap™ quantum cloud service and with the Advantage™ quantum system. Customers and guest speakers throughout the day will give talks on topics including harnessing quantum computing to benefit the fintech industry, quantum’s role in energy transition, and how quantum computing is helping scale critical biopharma processes. The first day of the event provides attendees the opportunity to hear talks from D-Wave customers and partners such as PayPal, GE Research, Accenture, DirectFood.store, and CINECA.
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