Although still a distant business, industrial interest in quantum continues.
“Quantum technology covers a wide range of applications addressing key industrial simulation and optimization challenges.” asserts Eric Mounier, Ph.D., Director of Market Research at Yole Développement (Yole). He adds: “These span chemicals/materials research, logistics, financial services, healthcare, life science, manufacturing and defense, drug discovery, protein structure prediction, investment risk analysis, feedstock management, vehicle routing, and network optimization. It is also a critical national issue for many countries as it addresses secure communications and database management linked to national security.”
For more than 20 years, Yole has developed its semiconductor activities by enlarging step by step its expertise in technical innovations and disruptions. Through this development, the company has grown with dedicated activities focused on a wide range of emerging technologies, including quantum computing, quantum sensing, metamaterials, wet-ware, neuromorphic, and more.
Released today, the Quantum Technologies 2021 report includes market trends and forecasts, supply chain, technology trends, technical insights and analyses, take-aways, and outlook. This study delivers an in-depth understanding of the ecosystem and leading players’ strategies and enables a thorough understanding of the value chain, infrastructure, and players in quantum technologies and the quantum computing market.
What are the economic and technological challenges of quantum technologies? What are the key drivers? What will the market look like in 2030? Who are the companies to watch, and what innovative solutions are they working on?
Yole presents today the status of quantum technologies.