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Quantum computing helps TIM with cell site planning

On Feb 27, 2020
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Use of QUBO algorithm ultimately leads to improvement in VoLTE stabilityQuantum computing '10 times faster' for site planning, optimisationAnnouncement shows t…

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Quantum computing helps TIM with cell site planning

Use of QUBO algorithm ultimately leads to improvement in VoLTE stabilityQuantum computing '10 times faster' for site planning, optimisationAnnouncement shows t…

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