Rohde & Schwarz acquires Zurich Instruments to expand in quantum computing

Tuesday 6 July 2021 | 16:38 CET | News
Rohde & Schwarz is expanding into the field of quantum computing with the acquisition of Zurich Instruments, a Swiss specialist in test and measurement. The deal will help Rohde & Schwarz further expand its Test & Measurement Division. Zurich Instruments will be run as a full subsidiary.

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Companies: Rohde & Schwarz / Zurich Instruments
Countries: Switzerland / World
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