Quantum Computing is the emerging technology that is disrupting the industry. This next wave of computing is gaining prominence in solving majority of problems that are computationally intensive. For example, optimization, quantum cryptography and Artificial Intelligence based applications. Based on the problem being solved, Quantum Annealer, Analog Quantum, Universal Quantum or topology based quantum computers can be leveraged. Pintels Quantum Computing Technology Innovations analytics provide you unprecedented insights into emerging trends and opportunities in quantum computers landscape, who are the prominent players, what do they hold and how the industry and competitor's portfolios are evolving.
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