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U.K.'s Oxford Quantum Circuits set to enter Japan

University startup sets up quantum computing unit in Tokyo data center

U.K. startup Oxford Quantum Circuits has set up a quantum computing unit in a Tokyo data center. (Photo courtesy of the company)

TOKYO -- A quantum computing startup that began life at the University of Oxford in the U.K. is set to enter the Japanese market, possibly by late this year, making its service available to Japanese companies via the cloud using computers in Tokyo.

U.K.-based Oxford Quantum Circuits announced the plan on Tuesday. Japan will be the first overseas market for the company, which aims to expand its business in Asia and other regions.

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