Quantum Computing - R&D Portfolio Analysis and Roadmapping

Quantum Communication, Sensing, Simulation, and Computing Drives New Opportunities in Computational Science

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Quantum computing developments have witnessed a remarkable progress in the two past decades, involving a multi-disciplinary field of applied research. With the advent of disruptive technologies which addresses individual quantum states, quantum properties such as superposition and entanglement have led to the development of a completely new approach in computational science.Quantum computing field involves four domains: •     Quantum communication via individual or entangled photons used to transmit data in a secure way •     Quantum simulation via well-controlled quantum systems used to reproduce the behavior of less accessible quantum systems • &nbs

Table of Contents

1.0 Executive Summary1.1 Quantum Computing: The Bigger Picture1.2 Quantum Computing: The Most Wonderful Revolution1.3 Quantum Computing: The Empire of Quantum Physics1.4 Research Focus: Quantum Computing Technology Synergy1.5 Research Scope: Unveiling a Radically Novel Technology1.6 Analysis Framework: Frost & Sullivan’s Core Value1.7 Research Methodology2.0 Technology Landscape and Trends2.1 Key Elements of Analysis: The ‘Quantum’ Ecosystem2.2 Brief Overview of Quantum Computing2.3 Evolving Quantum Computers2.4 Quantum Overall Hardware Architecture2.5 Quantum Overall Software Architecture3.0 Technology Status Review and Assessment3.1 Quantum Computing Hardware Innovations3.2 Quantum Computing Hardware Developments3.3 Quantum Computing Hardware Advances3.4 Quantum Computing Hardware Technologies3.5 Quantum Computing Hardware Circuits3.6 Quantum Computing Hardware Disruption3.7 Quantum Computing Hardware Approaches3.8 Quantum Computing Hardware Platforms3.9 Quantum Computing Hardware Novelties3.10 Quantum Computing Software Innovations3.11 Quantum Computing Software Uniqueness3.12 Quantum Computing Software Advances3.13 Quantum Computing Software Developments3.14 Quantum Computing Software Architecture3.15 Quantum Computing Service Innovations3.16 Quantum Computing Service Implementation3.17 Quantum Computing Service Developments3.18 Quantum Computing Service Applications3.19 Quantum Computing Service Deployment3.20 Quantum Computing Service Improvements3.21 Quantum Computing Service Transformations3.22 Quantum Computing Service Revolution4.0 Market Potential and Impact of Quantum Computing Technology across Multiple Industries4.1 Market Dynamics and Business Opportunities4.2 Quantum Computing Market by Application4.3 Quantum Computing Market by Sector4.4 Quantum Computing Market by End User4.5 Quantum Computing Market by Type4.6 Quantum Computing Market by Region5.0 Business Landscape and Intellectual Property Analysis5.1 Technology Synergy Reshaping Value Chain5.2 New Approaches Driving Quantum Computing Solutions5.3 Technology and Business Landscape: Accelerators5.4 Technology and Business Landscape: Challenges5.5 Technology Transfer Assessment and Perceptions5.6 Principal Innovators and Patent Holders6.0 Funding and Investment Landscape6.1 Funding and Investment Models and Adoption6.2 Funding Trends and Contribution Focus6.3 Funding and Investment Distribution by Type6.4 Private Funding Distribution by Stage6.5 Private Funding – Additional Contributions6.6 Public Funding Distribution by Type6.7 Public and Private Funding by Region6.8 Principal Private Investors by Company6.9 Additional Private Investors by Company6.10 Other Private Investors by Company6.11 Public and Private Investment Ecosystem7.0 Technology Roadmapping7.1 Technology Maturity Level and Description7.2 Quantum Computing Technology Maturity7.3 Quantum Computing Technology Roadmap7.4 Hardware Technology and Systems Architecture Roadmap7.5 Quantum Computing Ecosystem7.5 Quantum Computing Ecosystem7.6 Business Model Hybridization7.7 Future Perspective for Quantum Computing8.0 Performance Benchmarking and Strategic Recommendations8.1 Multicriteria Approach for Benchmarking8.2 Strategic Portfolio Assessment8.3 Level 1 Criteria: Innovation Development8.4 Level 1 Criteria: Financial Performance8.5 Level 1 Criteria: Market Evolution8.6 Level 2 Criteria: Key Actions for Success8.7 Analytic Performance Results8.8 Multicriteria Final Assessment8.9 Quantum Computing Technology Developers to Watch8.10 Strategic Business Cases8.11 Strategic Business Developments8.12 Critical Success Factors9.0 Key Industry Influencers9.1 Key Industry Influencers 9.2 Key Industry Models9.3 Key Industry Participants9.4 Key Industry References9.5 Key Industry ExemplarsLegal Disclaimer




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