Quantum Computing Market Landscape

The quantum computing market will evolve from research-centric to commercial use cases as the technology reaches quantum advantage in the next two to five years. Once this occurs, developments will be rapid and organizations with the foundation built to take advantage of quantum computing will quickly reap the rewards of their early investments. Quantum computing will impact a multiple of aspects of the IT environment, from power consumption to data generation to classical computing tie-ins. The swift impact of quantum computing will be a key factor in determining who wins and who loses in this technological transformation. While initial quantum computing is a cloud-centric story, a multitude of vendors will be impacted by its achievement of quantum advantage.

TBR’s Quantum Computing Market Landscape, which is global in scope, deep dives into the quantum computing-related initiatives of key players in the space. It will lay out the vendor landscape, detail current leaders and laggards, and discuss the differing strategies of vendors in the market. The report will discuss alliances as well as the tie-ins between quantum computing vendors and their nonquantum computing counterparts. Predictions around use cases and workloads that will benefit initially from quantum computing will also be shared.

Cadence

Semiannual, 2Q/4Q (publishes in June and December)

Vendors

  • Including but not limited to:
  • IBM
  • D-Wave
  • Rigetti
  • Microsoft
  • IonQ
  • Nokia Bell Labs
  • QxBranch

Table of Contents

  • Quantum Overview
  • Key Findings
  • Market Roadmap
  • Quantum Computing Events Timeline
  • Regional Summary
  • Phases of Quantum Computing
  • Use Cases
  • Financial Impact
  • Quantum Computing Adoption Curve
  • Key Quantum Computing Advancements
  • Key Quantum Computing Announcements
  • Vendor Positioning
  • Vendor Key Trends
  • Featured Players
  • Alliances
  • Services-centric Quantum Alliances
  • Defintions

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