PASQAL responds to the United States and France’s Joint Statement Cooperation on Quantum Information Science and Technology

Pasqal Responds To The United States And France'S Joint Statement Cooperation On Quantum Information Science And Technology

The United States and France signed a Joint Statement Cooperation in Quantum Information Science and Technology (QIST) in Washington, DC, building on numerous existing agreements to strengthen US-France science and technology cooperation. This collaboration will allow both countries to collaborate in the advancement of quantum technology, which has the potential to solve the world’s most pressing problems.

“The signing of the Joint Statement on Cooperation in Quantum Information Science and Technology between the United States and France is a huge step forward in advancing quantum technology, which has the potential to solve the world’s biggest challenges and at the same time break current cryptographic standards. This global collaboration is critical for quantum computing to reach its revolutionary potential and secure systems against quantum attacks. As a Paris-born quantum company with a U.S. presence, we look forward to supporting the collaboration between both nations and delivering value to end users through our Nobel Prize-winning neutral atom quantum technology. Just yesterday, Pasqal announced a research collaboration with the University of Chicago to advance neutral atom quantum computing, the first France-based company to collaborate on quantum technology development in the U.S.”

Georges-Olivier Reymond, CEO and founder of Pasqal

PASQAL, which has been named a Gartner Cool Vendor in Quantum Computing for 2022, has recently announced agreements with BASF, BMW, and Siemens, and its customers include Johnson & Johnson, LG, and Airbus. Alain Aspect, Pasqal’s co-founder, was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 2022.