Empowering Innovation:

Expanding to Denmark for Quantum Advancement

Atom Computing is establishing a European headquarters in Copenhagen as part of a strategic partnership with Denmark to accelerate quantum research in the country and serve quantum computing customers across Europe.
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"As we look to the future of our security cooperation, quantum computing will be at the forefront of our joint research efforts. Denmark’s leadership has brought the NATO Centre for Quantum Technology to Denmark. This innovation accelerator will build upon the important work already happening here and serves as a reminder of the critical role Denmark’s research ecosystem plays in our shared security and shared future.”​
Alan Leventhal
U.S. Ambassador to Denmark from October 2023 op-ed​
"The quantum environment in Denmark has always been strong on the academic side and we are keen to commercialise all that research and technology. Denmark has the academic and professional expertise to move quantum on to the next stage. Plenty of companies are popping up, but not many of them are building hardware. So we are delighted to be partnering with Atom Computing and their talented team, which is now establishing a European office based in Denmark."
Peder Lundquist
CEO, Export and Investment Fund of Denmark (EIFO)
"I'm delighted that Atom Computing has decided to establish a European head office in Denmark. This testifies to our strong international position in quantum technology. International partnerships and collaboration are crucial to the development of a strong Danish ecosystem and to our ability to leverage our world-class research environment. This new strategic partnership demonstrates that the National Strategy for Quantum Technology is not just another publication: it leads to concrete new initiatives and important steps forward."
Christina Egelund
Denmark Minister for Higher Education and Science

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June 2023
Denmark releases the first part of its National Strategy for Quantum Technology, with the intention of prioritizing 1 billion Danish kroner on quantum research and innovation.
September 2023
Denmark releases the second part of its National Strategy for Quantum Technology, which prioritizes international cooperation and attracting foreign companies. ​
JUNE 2024
Atom Computing announces it will locate its European headquarters in Denmark, becoming the first U.S. quantum computing company to do so. The Export and Investment Fund of Denmark (EIFO) invests in Atom Computing.
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