IonQ to Become First Publicly-Traded Quantum Computing Company

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Apr.01 — Peter Chapman, chief executive officer and president at IonQ Inc, discusses his company going public via a special purpose acquisition company deal with dMY Technology Group Inc. that gives the combined entity a pro-forma implied market capitalization of about $2 billion. He also shares how soon quantum computing will become mainstream and what real-life issues it can solve. Chapman speaks to Emily Chang on “Bloomberg Technology.”

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