Fujitsu Laboratories Limited hosted the Fujitsu Laboratories Advanced Technology Symposium 2017 in Mountain View, California on October 11, 2017. This year's event focused on the latest advances in hardware and software for quantum computing, and the emergence of next-generation breakthrough applications. The technology showcase featured the latest innovations from Fujitsu Laboratories worldwide.
“Quantum computing will power disruptive new applications in a range of industries from material sciences to financial services and medicine”, said Shigeru Sasaki, CEO of Fujitsu Laboratories Ltd. “With our innovative technologies spanning from semiconductors to super computers, Fujitsu laboratories will be at the forefront of this quantum leap”.
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