Quantum has announced the addition of the company’s Quantum Space space-based quantum computing platform.
Quantum has added a new product called Quantum Space that aims to offer commercial use of the same kind of computing as quantum computers used in the internet, says Quantum Space’s product manager Alex Miller.
The company says the quantum computing technology is being developed for commercial applications in the commercial space market.
Quantums new technology, Quantum Space, will allow for the rapid and rapid-response processing of quantum information.
Quantum Space offers a high-speed, ultra-efficient platform for high-quality quantum computing.
It has been developed using a “high-performance quantum computing framework”, according to the company.
This framework includes a quantum processor and quantum memory.
Quantium has already announced its first commercial space applications for Quantum Space.
In 2016, the company acquired the company Quantum Labs and its Quantum Space division.
The firm also recently announced that it has signed a $15 million deal to acquire its quantum-based software development business.
The company says Quantum Labs will be spun off from Quantum Space to become a new company Quantum Space Advanced Technologies (QSTAT).QSTATS quantum computing business will focus on providing high-performance computing solutions for the commercial quantum space market, and will focus its business activities on quantum computing, quantum data storage and quantum computing services.
Quantrum has signed an agreement to acquire Quantum Labs, according to a press release.
The acquisition is expected to close in the second half of 2017.
Quantuum’s new technology will be a part of Quantum Space and Quantum Labs.
This will include the use of a “Quantum Engine” platform, which will enable the company to offer quantum computing for a variety of applications.
Quantms Quantum Engine platform is expected by the end of 2017, and the company will offer commercial quantum computing products using this platform, according the company statement.