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Microsoft is hoping to turn the Pacific Northwest into ground zero for quantum computing (MSFT)

Business Insider Monday, 18 March 2019
Microsoft is hoping to turn the Pacific Northwest into ground zero for quantum computing (MSFT)· *Microsoft announced Monday that it's teamed up with the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory and the University of Washington to create the Northwest Quantum Nexus, to promote quantum computing.*
· *The three partners are hosting a summit at the University of Washington Monday and Tuesday to bring together researchers in...
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