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IDC: 76% of global HPC Data Centers to Use Quantum Computing by 2023


atos.net ロゴ11月 24, 2021 - 76 percent of high performance computing (HPC) data centers across the world expect to deploy quantum computing by 2023, while 71 percent plan to transition to on-premises quantum computing by 2026.
Tags: Data Center News cloud computing data center High Performance Computing HPC data centers hybrid cloud Jan Goetz quantum computing Stefano Perini Udo Littke

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