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9 Jul, 2022
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Using its trading arm Toyota Tsusho Corporation, Japanese automotive giant Toyota has entered partnership with an Israeli startup Quantum Machines (QM). This will help the company build future quantum capabilities and offer its clients access to quantum technologies.

Founded in 2018 by award-winning quantum electronics experts Dr. Itamar Sivan, Dr. Yonatan Cohen and Dr. Nissim Ofek, QM built the Quantum Orchestration Platform (QOP), a hardware and software solution for operating quantum systems to facilitate research and enable future breakthroughs.

The startup has also developed the QUA, a standard universal language for quantum computers. According to the founders, it will allow researchers and scientists to write programs for varied quantum computers with one unified code.

Access to QM’s state-of-the-art quantum control system will enable Toyota Tsusho’s customers to develop in-house quantum computing capabilities. The advantage of QM’s solution is that it covers much of the stack, including both software and hardware. This highly integrated approach will make it far easier for organizations with quantum aspirations to develop fully functioning quantum computers,

said Dr. Itamar Sivan told the Times of Israel.

When announcing its $50 million investment round last September, QM said that it already had customers in 15 countries, including multinational corporations, government laboratories, academic institutions, and quantum development startups.