A rare window of opportunity.
With a few short years to become early adopters of this impactful technology, enterprises are increasingly turning to IBM Quantum to partner in this phenomenal commercial opportunity.
Companies getting involved with quantum now are trailblazing ways to apply the technology to problems once thought impossible to solve.
Our IBM Q Network is currently working with over 119 partners across multiple industries, developing real world commercial applications.
Applying quantum computing to help develop lithium oxygen batteries with greater energy density.Read Mitsubishi Chemical’s story
Harnessing quantum computing to develop more accurate chemistry simulation techniques in energy technologies and solutions.Read ExxonMobil’s story
Exploring how quantum computing can advance the development of new materials for batteries, improve automotive manufacturing techniques, and enhance product experience.Read Daimler’s story
Quantum’s ability to accurately model molecular reactions, down to the subatomic level, has profound implications for everything from drug discovery to creating a new generation of lightweight, long-lasting batteries.
Quantum’s potential for mastering complexity points toward optimized solutions for resource discovery, delivery logistics, and the eventual development of sustainable energy sources.
Quantum’s disruptive calculating prowess can spawn a new breed of algorithms to tackle and solve monstrously complex scenario simulations, with dramatic upside for financial modeling and decision-making.
The largest and most powerful fleet of commercial quantum devices, accessible via the cloud since 2016.
Calculations run by the largest, most active quantum developer community using Qiskit, the industry-leading open-source software.
The world's first community of Fortune 500 enterprises, startups, universities and research labs – including partners like ExxonMobil, Daimler, University of Tokyo, and more.
Join Director of IBM Research Dario Gil to hear how you can access and program quantum computers on the IBM Cloud today.
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