Quantum-Computing Startup IonQ Plans Public Debut in $2 Billion SPAC Merger - WSJ  

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The money raised from the transaction will be used to help IonQ manufacture a quantum-computing machine that works at room temperature and is about the size of an Xbox videogame console, Mr. Chapman said. That would be significantly smaller than early-stage machines on the market today, without requiring the supercooling necessary to achieve quantum mechanical effects. IonQ expects the device to be completed in 2023.

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