Cambridge Quantum appoints Daniel Hussein to accelerate global growth and deliver quantum computing solutions to its clients.
CAMBRIDGE, UNITED KINGDOM, February 8th, 2022 – Cambridge Quantum (CQ), the global leader in quantum software, and a wholly owned subsidiary of Quantinuum, the world’s leading integrated quantum computing company, is pleased to announce and welcome Daniel Hussein as Vice President Sales & Business Development with a focus on introducing ground-breaking quantum computing technology to a global client base. Daniel’s remit will include both quantum software and cybersecurity, with specialist teams based in the UK, Japan, Germany and North America. He joins at a time of great momentum for Cambridge Quantum and Quantinuum as global leaders in working with large scale government and corporate organisations who are early adopters of quantum technologies.
Daniel has a proven track record spanning over 20 years of sales and leadership in technology businesses across Europe, where most recently he was EMEA Area Vice President for IOT and Cloud Services at Arm. In his previous roles, Daniel has successfully built and delivered multiple go-to-market strategies, and has developed and led high performing teams to deliver significant value to their clients.
Daniel will be based in Cambridge Quantum’s Munich office, further confirming its commitment to the ambitious project of the German government in supporting and promoting quantum technologies and quantum computing. Cambridge Quantum has an existing scientific team in Munich that complements its existing work in ab-initio Quantum Chemistry with a model-based perspective from Condensed Matter Physics. The goal of the Condensed Matter Group in Munich is to develop algorithms and software that will be the driver of strongly correlated systems research and the commercialisation of quantum materials.
About Cambridge Quantum
Founded in 2014, Cambridge Quantum is a global leader in quantum software and quantum algorithms, enabling clients to achieve the most out of rapidly evolving quantum computing hardware. It is part of the newly formed Quantinuum, the world’s largest, integrated quantum computing company. Cambridge Quantum has offices in Europe, USA, and Japan.