The Quantum in quantum computing refers to quantum mechanics used by the system to calculate outputs. In physics, a quantum is the smallest possible discrete unit of any physical property, and usually refers to properties of atomic or subatomic particles, such as electrons, neutrinos, and photons. Quantum mechanics emerged as a branch of physics in the early 1900s, to explain nature on the scale of atoms, and has led to major technological advances.
In this research you will find:
- An overview on Quantum computing
- Quantum computing Application areas
- Quantum computing market forecast
- Five industries Quantum computing will revolutionise
- Quantum investments and initiatives
- Recommendations for quantum-ready organisations
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