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There is a service supposedly offering unlimited storage and access to a D-Wave quantum computer for outsourcing data processing. If this is legit, this would be a great service if it is affordable. They state the storage service only costs a one time fee of 5 pounds, but the cost of access to data processing was less clear.

What do you all think about this service?

http://www.aeros-os.org/styled-14/

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Thanks for the link valcrow. If NASA is buying it, that adds to the legitamacy of the technology in my opinion.

Still wondering about the service being offered in the link I included, from what I read it was vague about whether you had to pay additional fees to have access to processing time. I am sure you would have to, but I'm not sure how much it would cost or what programs could utilize the service.

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