SURFsara positions itself as a national compute centre aiming to provide support and access to latest technologies for the Dutch research community. In recent years, parallel with multiple scientific and engineering breakthroughs on quantum hardware development, various simulators have attracted attention as research and development platforms for quantum algorithms. These require significant classical memory resources. Therefore, it becomes important to use a High Performance Computing environment where a large distributed memory can be used. In this presentation we’ll see what is presently available in the software stack of the Cartesius supercomputer. In addition, SURFsara is currently hosting a Quantum Learning Machine appliance for 30 qubits. The presentation will aim to give a soft introduction to the concepts behind the QLM appliance, some practical examples, as well as information about access to it and availability. Finally, we’ll look at a few of the ambitions and directions SURFsara will take in the future.