Quantum Ecosystems Technology Council of India (QETCI) has signed MoU with T-Hub to collaborate and develop a supporting ecosystem for startups working on Quantum Technologies.
The pact was signed in the presence of Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary I&C and IT, Govt. of Telangana State; Reena Dayal, Chairperson QETCI & Srinivas Rao Mahankali, CEO of T-Hub, said a press release.
T-Hub and QETCI will provide help to early-stage and growth-stage startups using Quantum Technologies in India with a robust innovation ecosystem, mentoring business opportunities, and market understanding.
Speaking on the occasion, Jayesh Ranjan, Principal Secretary I&C and IT, Govt. of Telangana State said, “This partnership will provide the ecosystem for startups to leverage the opportunities in quantum, and how quantum should also be mainstreamed along with other technologies.”
He recommend that the startups learn more about T-Hub because this association can make a difference to their career.
“In an ecosystem like the T-Hub, you’re able to get curatorial support and entrepreneurship support that is not available anywhere else in the country,” he added.
Srinivas Rao Mahankali, CEO of T-Hub called it an important moment and said, “We signed a MoU with QETCI, a company dedicated to the cause of quantum computing. To raise awareness of quantum computing, QETCI gathered excellent academicians, researchers, and entrepreneurs to support the cause, and we are honoured and privileged to be associated with this initiative.”
According to Reena Dayal, Chairperson QETCI the partnership with T-Hub will provide the desired ecosystem for the quantum innovation journey and will accelerate quantum technology development, collaboration, mentoring, and investments. KNNIndia