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|Fecha de Creación||13/11/2023|
Quantum computing represents a new paradigm in computing that is based on the properties of quantum mechanics, such as superposition and entanglement, to perform calculations in a much more efficient and faster manner. Despite the achievements made in recent years, there are still many challenges that need to be addressed, such as scalability issues in the representation of both quantum circuits and their results. In addition to the technical challenges inherent to the discipline, there are challenges associated with integrating a quantum computing infrastructure into a supercomputing center (access control, queue management, monitoring and accounting management, etc.). This work conducts an analysis and proposes a scalable and sufficiently flexible architecture to address the primary challenges in integrating a quantum computer into a supercomputing center.