This report provides a comprehensive analysis of the quantum technology market. It assesses companies/organizations focused on quantum technology including R&D efforts and potential gaming-changing quantum tech-enabled solutions. The report evaluates the impact of quantum technology upon other major technologies and solution areas including AI, Edge Computing, Blockchain, IoT, and Big Data Analytics. The report provides an analysis of quantum technology investment, R&D, and prototyping by region and within each major country globally.
The report also provides global and regional forecasts as well as the outlook for quantum technology's impact on embedded hardware, software, applications, and services from 2020 to 2025. The report provides conclusions and recommendations for a wide range of industries and commercial beneficiaries including semiconductor companies, communications providers, high-speed computing companies, artificial intelligence vendors, and more.
Much more than only computing, the quantum technology market provides a foundation for improving all digital communications, applications, content, and commerce. In the realm of communications, quantum technology will influence everything from encryption to the way that signals are passed from point A to point B. While currently in the R&D phase, networked quantum information and communications technology (ICT) is anticipated to become a commercial reality that will represent nothing less than a revolution for virtually every aspect of ICT.
However, there will be a need to integrate the ICT supply chain with quantum technologies in a manner that does not attempt to replace every aspect of classical computing but instead leverages a hybrid computational framework. Traditional High-Performance Computing (HPC) will continue to be used for many existing problems for the foreseeable future, while quantum technologies will be used for encrypting communications, signaling, and will be the underlying basis in the future for all commerce transactions. This does not mean that quantum encryption will replace Blockchain, but rather provide improved encryption for blockchain technology.
The quantum technology market will be a substantial enabler of dramatically improved sensing and instrumentation. For example, gravity sensors may be made significantly more precise through quantum sensing. Quantum electromagnetic sensing provides the ability to detect minute differences in the electromagnetic field.
This will provide a wide-ranging number of applications, such as within the healthcare arena wherein quantum electromagnetic sensing will provide the ability to provide significantly improved mapping of vital organs. Quantum sensing will also have applications across a wide range of other industries such as transportation wherein there is the potential for substantially improved safety, especially for self-driving vehicles.
Quantum sensing and imaging go hand-in-hand as the former supports the latter and vice versa. Quantum sensing may be used to produce images that reveal information heretofore unobtainable. Conversely, quantum image processing may be used to dramatically improve microscopy, pattern recognition, and segmentation in images. Quantum processes enable detection of image details that would otherwise go unnoticed within the current constraints of background effects/illumination, low light levels, and wavelength limitations.
Commercial applications for the quantum imaging market are potentially wide-ranging including exploration, monitoring, and safety. For example, gas image processing may detect minute changes that could lead to early detection of tank failure or the presence of toxic chemicals. In concert with quantum sensing, quantum imaging may also help with various public safety-related applications such as search and rescue.
Some problems are too difficult to calculate but can be simulated and modeled. Quantum simulations and modeling is an area that involves the use of quantum technology to enable simulators that can model complex systems that are beyond the capabilities of classical HPC. Even the fastest supercomputers today cannot adequately model many problems such as those found in atomic physics, condensed-matter physics, and high-energy physics.
To accomplish this goal, quantum simulators create a more controllable quantum environment to simulate what is actually occurring in nature within a real-world, uncontrollable, inaccessible quantum environment. Quantum simulation and modeling can lead to a variety of practical commercial benefits such as the design of improved computing systems, development of new materials, and predictive analytics for large interdependent systems such as a smart city ecosystem.
Sovereign governments are extremely interested in the quantum technology market and the interest goes way beyond the pride of being the first to be able to claim quantum supremacy for developing a quantum computer that can beat the best classical computer. Governments are interested in quantum technology because of the many military/defense and overall security implications. For example, quantum computing can render all existing encryption useless and exposed to hacking and infiltration.
This means that all financial transactions and state secrets are potentially at risk with quantum computing. Conversely, quantum computing enabled encryption will be completely unbreakable. In another example, quantum sensing and imaging may be used to detect the presence of aircraft (even stealth fighters). Advanced Light Detection and Ranging (LIDAR) systems equipped with quantum imaging processes may identify the presence of aircraft based on minute changes in the environment. Conversely, quantum equipped planes may similarly foil quantum LIDAR detection systems, protecting themselves by projecting images that simulate a normal ambient environment.
The commercial implications for quantum technology cannot be overstated. In many respects today, quantum provides interesting capabilities in search of scalability to support real-world commercial problems. The reason that so much money is being invested in quantum technology is because there is a firm belief that quantum science, such as advanced material science (e.g. quantum computing used in molecular chemistry), will lead to commercially beneficial quantum technologies, such as dramatically improved materials for manufacture of consumer, enterprise, industrial, and governmental goods.
In terms of commercializing quantum technologies, there will be a need to evolve quantum science to an ROI-focused quantum technology market. We see this happening in many ways including industrial-academic collaboration and public-private partnerships, many of which will require governmental funding, stimulated by a desire to substantially improve both digital and physical infrastructure.
This will require a better public and board room understanding of how quantum technologies will improve society. For example, the casual observer may believe that the aforementioned gravity sensors are part of the realm of astrophysics. This could not be further from the truth as there are many potential commercial applications such as locating and mapping underground structures. This has obvious implications for the trillion-dollar global construction industry for new construction, seismic retrofits, smart building integration, and many smart city applications.
One of the key drivers for this developing market opportunity will be future 6G technology market solutions. This is because 6G will provide the potential for many new applications, services, and solutions related benefits such as substantive improvements in the areas of sensing, imaging, and location determination. Higher frequencies will enable much faster sampling rates as well as significantly greater accuracy, down to the centimeter level. The combination of sub-mmWave (e.g. wavelengths smaller than one millimeter) and the use of frequency selectivity to determine relative electromagnetic absorption rates will lead to potentially significant advances in wireless sensing solutions.
These solutions will produce enormous amounts of data. While some of this data will necessarily be handled by edge computing resources, much of it will require processing by more centralized high-performance computing resources. However, classical HPC will not be suited to process data in many scenarios. Accordingly, the quantum technology market will be driven largely based on the development of 6G wireless capabilities and associated emerging use cases involving sensing, detection, identification, and imaging.
- ICT service providers
- Governments and NGOs
- Security solution providers
- ICT infrastructure providers
- Digital commerce companies
- Data and computing companies
Select Report Findings:
- Overall global quantum technology market will reach $21.6B by 2025
- Quantum computing will lead the market with the highest market through 2025
- Quantum communication market will grow with the highest CAGR during 2020 - 2025
- North America will be the biggest regional market for quantum technologies overall
- Japan will lead the APAC quantum technology market at $1.9B by 2025 with 29.6% CAGR
- Germany will lead the European quantum technology market at $1.32B by 2025 with 23.4% CAGR
- Database encryption, app, and infrastructure security are the largest quantum cryptography components
- Currently the smallest opportunity, quantum sensing and imaging will grow in concert with public safety and defense applications
Select Report Benefits:
- Market forecasts for quantum technologies 2020 - 2025
- Identify who is investing where, why, and what quantum technologies
- Understand the challenges and limitations of deploying various quantum technologies
- Identify opportunities to leverage all types of quantum technologies in different industry verticals
- Understand how quantum technology will accelerate the growth of artificial intelligence and IoT marketplace
- Identify contribution of leading investors, vendors, universities, and government agencies in quantum technology R&D
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1.0 Executive Summary
2.1 Defining Quantum Technology
2.1.1 Quantum Computing
2.1.2 Quantum Communication
2.1.3 Quantum Sensing and Imaging
2.1.4 Quantum Dots Particles
2.2 Superposition and Entanglement
2.3 Decoherence and Squeezed States
2.4 Quantum Technology Market Application Areas
2.4.1 Quantum Simulation
2.4.2 Quantum Cryptography
2.4.3 Quantum Optics
2.4.4 Quantum Teleportation and Information Processing
2.4.5 Quantum Error Correction
2.4.6 Quantum Metrology
2.5 Quantum Technology Market Factors
3.0 Market and Application Analysis
3.1 Quantum Computing
3.1.1 Quantum Computing Technology Platforms
3.1.2 Progress of Quantum Computing Development
126.96.36.199 Qubits in Number
188.8.131.52 Flip-Flop Qubit
3.1.3 Quantum Computer
184.108.40.206 Quantum Annealer
220.127.116.11 Analog Quantum
18.104.22.168 Universal Quantum
3.1.4 Quantum Software Platform
3.1.5 Quantum Computing Application and Revenue
3.1.6 Quantum Neurons
3.1.7 Quantum Artificial Intelligence
3.1.8 Exascale Computing Platform
3.1.9 Quantum Computing Disruption and Company Readiness
3.1.10 Quantum Computing Patent and Regulatory Framework
3.1.11 Quantum Computing Investment and Business Model
3.1.12 Quantum Computing Landscape and Regional Participants
22.214.171.124 Leading Vendors and Participants
126.96.36.199 Start-up Companies
188.8.131.52 Government and Local Initiatives
184.108.40.206 University Initiatives
220.127.116.11 Venture Capital Firm
18.104.22.168 Regional Initiatives and Participants
22.214.171.124.3 European Union
126.96.36.199.14 Saudi Arabia
188.8.131.52.24 South Korea
3.2 Quantum Sensing and Imaging
3.2.1 Technology and Applications
3.2.2 Quantum Sensor Products
3.2.3 Quantum Imaging Device
3.3 Quantum Communications
3.3.1 Quantum Cryptography Hardware
3.3.2 Device Independent Quantum Cryptography
3.3.3 Position-Based Quantum Cryptography
3.3.4 Post Quantum Cryptography
3.3.5 Quantum Key Distribution (QKD)
3.3.6 Quantum Cryptography Application
3.4 Quantum Dots (QD) Particle
3.4.1 Quantum Dots: A Product Area and not a Solution Itself
3.4.2 Quantum Dots Materials
3.4.3 Quantum Dots Production
3.4.4 Quantum Dots Application
3.4.5 Quantum Dots Display
3.4.6 New Artificial Quantum Materials
3.5 Quantum Control and Security
3.6 Quantum Technology Value Chain
3.7 Quantum Cloud Platform
3.8 Future Network Connectivity: 5G and Quantum Technology
3.9 AI Solutions in Quantum Technology
3.10 Quantum Technology in IoT and Edge Computing
3.11 Big Data Analytics and Quantum Intelligence
3.12 Blockchain Network and Virtualization
4.0 Company Analysis
4.1 Airbus Group
4.2 Alibaba Group Holding Limited
4.3 BT Group
4.4 Google Inc.
4.5 HP Development Company L.P.
4.6 Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
4.7 IBM Corporation
4.8 ID Quantique (IDQ)
4.9 Intel Corporation
4.11 Lockheed Martin Corporation
4.12 MagiQ Technologies Inc.
4.13 Microsoft Corporation
4.14 Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
4.15 NEC Corporation
4.16 Nokia Corporation
4.17 Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT)
4.18 PQ Solutions Limited (Post-Quantum)
4.19 Anhui Qasky Science and Technology Limited Liability Company (Qasky)
4.21 Quintessence Labs
4.22 Raytheon Company
4.23 SK Telecom
4.24 Toshiba Corporation
4.25 Robert Bosch GmbH
4.26 D-Wave Systems Inc.
4.27 1QB Information Technologies Inc. (IQbit)
4.28 Cambridge Quantum Computing Ltd. (CQC)
4.29 QC Ware Corp.
4.30 QxBranch LLC
4.31 Rigetti Computing
4.32 Anyon Systems Inc.
4.33 Quantum Circuits Inc.
4.34 Fujitsu Ltd.
4.35 Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
4.36 Amgen Inc.
4.37 Biogen Inc.
4.38 Volkswagen AG
4.39 Texas Instruments
4.40 MicroSemi Corporation
4.41 ST Microelectronics
4.42 Apple Inc. (InVisage Technologies)
4.43 M-Squared Lasers Limited
4.45 Oscilloquartz SA
4.46 AOSense Inc.
4.47 GWR Instruments Inc.
4.48 Honeywell International Inc.
4.49 Infineon Technologies
4.50 McAfee LLC
4.51 Nanosys Inc.
4.52 Nanoco Group PLC
4.53 QD Laser Co. Inc.
4.54 NN-Labs LLC.
4.55 Ocean NanoTech LLC
4.56 Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (QD Vision Inc.)
4.57 Quantum Materials Corp. (QMC)
4.60 LG Display Co. Ltd.
5.0 Quantum Technology Market Analysis and Forecasts
5.1 Consolidated Quantum Technology Market 2020 - 2025
5.2 Quantum Technology Market by Segment
5.3 Quantum Computing Market Forecasts 2020 - 2025
5.3.1 Quantum Computing Market by Segment
184.108.40.206 Quantum Computing Market by Hardware Type
220.127.116.11 Quantum Computing Market by Application Software Type
18.104.22.168 Quantum Computing Market by Service Type
22.214.171.124.1 Quantum Computing Market by Professional Service Type
5.3.2 Quantum Computing Market by Technology Segment
5.3.3 Quantum Computing Market by Industry Vertical
5.4 Quantum Cryptography Communication Market Forecasts 2020 - 2025
5.4.1 Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Segment
126.96.36.199 Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Hardware Type
188.8.131.52 Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Service Type
5.4.2 Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Application Type
5.4.3 Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Industry Vertical
5.5 Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market Forecasts 2020 - 2025
5.5.1 Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Product
184.108.40.206 Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Atomic Clock Products
220.127.116.11 Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Light Detector Products
5.5.2 Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Industry Vertical
5.6 Quantum Dots (QD) Market Forecasts 2020 - 2025
5.6.1 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Segment
18.104.22.168 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Product Type
22.214.171.124.1 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Display Type
126.96.36.199 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Materials Type
188.8.131.52.1 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Cadmium-Based Materials Type
184.108.40.206.2 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Cadmium-Free Materials Type
5.6.2 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Industry Vertical
220.127.116.11 Quantum Dots (QD) Market by Healthcare and Medical Application
5.7 Quantum Technology Market by Deployment Type
5.7.1 Quantum Technology Market by Cloud Deployment Type
5.8 Quantum Technology Market by Enterprise Type
5.9 Quantum Technology Market by Connectivity Type
5.9.1 Quantum Technology Market by Cellular Connectivity Type
5.10 Quantum Technology Market by Revenue Sector
5.11 AI Solution Market in Quantum Technology
5.11.1 AI Solution Market in Quantum Technology by Segment
18.104.22.168 AI Chipsets Market in Quantum Technology by Product Type
5.11.2 AI Solution Market in Quantum Technology by AI Technology
5.12 Big Data Analytics Solution Market in Quantum Technology
5.13 Quantum Technology Market in IoT
5.13.1 Quantum Technology Market in IoT by Deployment Platform
5.13.2 Quantum Technology Market in IoT by Sector
5.14 Quantum Technology Market in Edge Network
5.15 Quantum Technology Market in Blockchain
5.16 Quantum Technology Market in Smart City
5.17 Quantum Technology Market in 5G
5.18 Quantum Technology Market in Exascale Computing
5.19 Quantum Technology Market by Region
5.19.1 North America Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country
5.19.2 Europe Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country
5.19.3 APAC Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country
5.19.4 Middle East and Africa Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country
5.19.5 Latin America Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country
6.0 Conclusions and Recommendations
7.0 Appendix: Quantum Technology and 6G Wireless
7.1 Sixth Generation Wireless Technologies
7.1.1 Defining 6G Wireless Communications
7.1.2 A Convergence of Technologies to form 6G Wireless
7.1.3 New 6G Capabilities Driving Need for Quantum Technology Market
7.2 Quantum Technology Relationship to 6G Communications
Figure 1: Quantum Technology Properties
Figure 2: Quantum Computing Applications
Figure 3: Quantum Technology Value Chain
Figure 3: Fault Tree Analysis
Figure 4: Post-Quantum VPN Security Framework
Figure 5: QDEF Evolution
Figure 6: CFQD Quantum Dot Film Display
Figure 7: Global Consolidated Quantum Technology Market 2020 - 2025
Figure 8: Global AI Solution Market in Quantum Technology 2020 - 2025
Figure 9: Global Big Data Analytics Solution Market in Quantum Technology 2020 - 2025
Figure 10: Global Quantum Technology Market in IoT 2020 - 2025
Figure 11: Global Quantum Technology Market in Edge Network 2020 - 2025
Figure 12: Global Quantum Technology Market in Blockchain 2020 - 2025
Figure 13: Global Quantum Technology Market in Smart City 2020 - 2025
Figure 14: Global Quantum Technology Market in 5G 2020 - 2025
Figure 15: Global Quantum Technology Market in Exascale Computing 2020 - 2025
Table 1: Quantum Computing Patent Applications
Table 2: Global Quantum Technology by Segment 2020 - 2025
Table 3: Global Quantum Computing Market by Segment 2020 - 2025
Table 4: Global Quantum Computing Market by Hardware Type 2020 - 2025
Table 5: Global Quantum Computing Market by Application Software Type 2020 - 2025
Table 6: Global Quantum Computing Market by Service Type 2020 - 2025
Table 7: Global Quantum Computing Market by Professional Service Type 2020 - 2025
Table 8: Global Quantum Computing Market by Technology Segment 2020 - 2025
Table 9: Global Quantum Computing Market by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
Table 10: Global Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Segment 2020 - 2025
Table 11: Global Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Hardware Type 2020 - 2025
Table 12: Global Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Service Type 2020 - 2025
Table 13: Global Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Application Type 2020 - 2025
Table 14: Global Quantum Cryptography Communication Market by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
Table 15: Global Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Product 2020 - 2025
Table 16: Global Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Atomic Clock Products 2020 - 2025
Table 17: Global Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Light Detector Products 2020 - 2025
Table 18: Global Quantum Sensing and Imaging Market by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
Table 19: Global Quantum Dots Market by Segment 2020 - 2025
Table 20: Global Quantum Dots Market by Product Type 2020 - 2025
Table 21: Global Quantum Dots Market by Display Type 2020 - 2025
Table 22: Global Quantum Dots Market by Materials Type 2020 - 2025
Table 23: Global Quantum Dots Market by Cadmium-Based Materials Type 2020 - 2025
Table 24: Global Quantum Dots Market by Cadmium-Free Materials Type 2020 - 2025
Table 25: Global Quantum Dots Market by Industry Vertical 2020 - 2025
Table 26: Global Quantum Dots Market by Healthcare and Medical Application 2020 - 2025
Table 27: Global Quantum Technology Market by Deployment Type 2020 - 2025
Table 28: Global Quantum Technology Market by Cloud Deployment Type 2020 - 2025
Table 29: Global Quantum Technology Market by Enterprise Type 2020 - 2025
Table 30: Global Quantum Technology Market by Connectivity Type 2020 - 2025
Table 31: Global Quantum Technology Market by Cellular Connectivity Type 2020 - 2025
Table 32: Global Quantum Technology Market by Revenue Sector 2020 - 2025
Table 33: Global AI Solution Market in Quantum Technology by Segment 2020 - 2025
Table 34: Global AI Chipsets Market in Quantum Technology by Product Type 2020 - 2025
Table 35: Global AI Solution Market in Quantum Technology by AI Technology 2020 - 2025
Table 36: Global Quantum Technology Market in IoT by Deployment Platform 2020 - 2025
Table 37: Global Quantum Technology Market in IoT by Sector 2020 - 2025
Table 38: Quantum Technology Market by Region 2020 - 2025
Table 39: North America Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country 2020 - 2025
Table 40: Europe Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country 2020 - 2025
Table 41: APAC Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country 2020 - 2025
Table 42: MEA Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country 2020 - 2025
Table 43: Latin America Quantum Technology Market by Leading Country 2020 - 2025
- 1QB Information Technologies Inc. (IQbit)
- Airbus Group
- Alibaba Group Holding Limited
- Amgen Inc.
- Anhui Qasky Science and Technology Limited Liability Company (Qasky)
- Anyon Systems Inc.
- AOSense Inc.
- Apple Inc. (InVisage Technologies)
- Biogen Inc.
- Booz Allen Hamilton Inc.
- BT Group
- Cambridge Quantum Computing Ltd. (CQC)
- D-Wave Systems Inc.
- Fujitsu Ltd.
- Google Inc.
- GWR Instruments Inc.
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise (HPE)
- Honeywell International Inc.
- HP Development Company L.P.
- IBM Corporation
- ID Quantique (IDQ)
- Infineon Technologies
- Intel Corporation
- LG Display Co. Ltd.
- Lockheed Martin Corporation
- M-Squared Lasers Limited
- MagiQ Technologies Inc.
- McAfee LLC
- MicroSemi Corporation
- Microsoft Corporation
- Mitsubishi Electric Corp.
- Nanoco Group PLC
- Nanosys Inc.
- NEC Corporation
- Nippon Telegraph and Telephone Corporation (NTT)
- NN-Labs LLC.
- Nokia Corporation
- Ocean NanoTech LLC
- Oscilloquartz SA
- PQ Solutions Limited (Post-Quantum)
- QC Ware Corp.
- QD Laser Co. Inc.
- Quantum Circuits Inc.
- Quantum Materials Corp. (QMC)
- Quintessence Labs
- QxBranch LLC
- Raytheon Company
- Rigetti Computing
- Robert Bosch GmbH
- Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. (QD Vision Inc.)
- SK Telecom
- ST Microelectronics
- Texas Instruments
- Toshiba Corporation
- Volkswagen AG