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[Funding alert] Colorado-based Quantinuum Secures an $300m Equity Funding

Colorado-based Quantinuum secures an $300m equity funding for Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, at a pre-money valuation of $5 billion.

Colorado-based Quantinuum secures an $300m equity funding for Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, at a pre-money valuation of $5 billion.

The round is anchored by Quantinuum’s strategic partner JPMorgan Chase, with additional participation from Mitsui & Co., Amgen and Honeywell, which remains the company’s majority shareholder. This investment brings the total capital raised by Quantinuum since inception to approximately $625 million.

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This capital raise represents Quantinuum’s first equity funding round since Cambridge Quantum Computing and Honeywell Quantum Solutions merged in November 2021.

The funds will be used to accelerate the path towards achieving the world’s first universal fault-tolerant quantum computers, while also extending Quantinuum’s software offering to enhance commercial applicability.

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Lori Beer, Global Chief Information Officer at JPMorgan Chase said: “Financial services has been identified as one of the first industries that will benefit from quantum technologies. As such, we have been investing in quantum research and our team of experts – led by Dr. Marco Pistoia – have made groundbreaking discoveries, partnering with quantum computing leaders like Quantinuum. We look forward to continuing to work together to positively impact our businesses, customers and the industry at large.”

Toru Matsui, Chief Digital Information Officer of Mitsui & Co., Ltd. said: “We are pleased with our capital contribution to support Quantinuum’s new ventures in fault-tolerant quantum computing and quantum software development, which are ushering in the Quantum Era. Mitsui is committed to teaming to promote the introduction of Quantinuum’s solutions in Japan and the Asia-Pacific markets.”

Rajeeb Hazra, CEO of Quantinuum added: “The confidence in our business demonstrated through this investment by our longstanding strategic partners and industry leaders is a clear indication of the value we will continue to create with the world’s highest performing quantum computers, groundbreaking middleware to accelerate the developer ecosystem and innovative application software to revolutionize fields like cryptography, computational chemistry, and AI.”

Darius Adamczyk, Executive Chairman of Honeywell and Chairman of the Board of Quantinuum concluded: “The successful completion of this investment round is a testament to Quantinuum’s evolution and maturation in the quantum space. Today’s news signals the extent to which Quantinuum is uniquely positioned to commercialize its innovation and continue their leadership in a rapidly growing market. We look forward to welcoming these partners as investors in Quantinuum, as we all look forward to the tremendous opportunities in the years to come.”

About Quantinuum

Quantinuum, the world’s largest integrated quantum company, pioneers powerful quantum computers and advanced software solutions. Quantinuum’s technology drives breakthroughs in materials discovery, cybersecurity, and next-gen quantum AI. With almost 500 employees, including 370+ scientists and engineers, Quantinuum leads the quantum computing revolution across continents.

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