Quantum Computing business opportunities in Greater Helsinki
Greater Helsinki is the coolest place to develop Quantum Computing
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We had the pleasure of organizing a quantum computing webinar together with VTT April 21st. You can get the webinar recording and Q&A below.
Greater Helsinki offers world-leading skills and capabilities in quantum computing with affordable costs. Finland is already home to some of the most innovative startups and scaleups such as IQM and Bluefors and cutting edge quantum technology research and development in Greater Helsinki region at VTT and Aalto University. Finland has a long history in information and communication technologies.
Helsinki provides a complete supply chain for Quantum Computing from R&D to production and a broad spectrum of products and services starting from close-to-fundamental research all the way up to cryogenic measurement systems and tools and complete quantum computers. Thanks to the growing number of startups in quantum, Finland also provides exceptionally intriguing investment opportunities in this field.
Our superior, high quality and reliable technology have resulted from decades of fundamental research and its successful commercialization. Helsinki stands out globally due to our exceptionally broad capabilities in a very focused area of superconducting quantum computers.
“We came here because we felt Finland and Helsinki are great testbeds for us. There is a lot of excellent technical expertise here, especially in quantum computing hardware, software and systems development”
The region is famous for bringing together the whole ecosystem in the quantum computing development projects: public and private sector, academia and citizens. High quality computer engineering, physics and micromechanics education gives boost to the growth and development of the companies. It’s a great place to pilot and test new quantum computing innovations that lead to globally scalable business solutions.
Quantum technologies find applications in variety of fields; in sensing, simulation, communication and computing. The long-term European vision is to realize a Quantum Internet; quantum computers, simulators, and sensors, interconnected via quantum networks distributing information and quantum resources such as coherence and entanglement, to provide European citizens with more secure telecommunications and data storage, improved healthcare, and better performing computation. Greater Helsinki region provides a cluster of world leading expertise in quantum technologies, from basic science to enabling technologies, engineering, education and innovation.
Global Competitiveness Index
European Commission, Desi 2018
European Commission’s Digital Economy and Society Index 2018