On March 15th, Mr. Freek Jan Frerichs, the Counselor for Innovation, Science and Technology of the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands in China and his entourage visited SpinQ and exchanged ideas on the innovation climate of quantum technology and artificial intelligence in Shenzhen.
Quantum computers are not intended to be kept at home, because they need to be able to operate in a controlled environment and in very demanding conditions. This means that they require a large space in which to develop their capabilities, as well as an excessively low temperature to function optimally.
The Shenzhen-based company SpinQ is one of the first in the world to offer small quantum computers. Their customers are mostly schools and universities. They are also based in Switzerland and Germany.