“What we’re seeing is a market that could be worth four billion dollars by 2025 and 26 billion dollars by 2030,” Challans said.
TQI released a report on the QCaaS recently.
Challans joined other panelists Per Nyberg, Vice President, Strategic Markets and Alliance, Quantum Machines; Allison Schwartz, Global Government Relations, D-Wave Systems; Deepth Dinesan, Director, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Quantum Computing, NetApp and Laura Foster, Programme Manager, Tech & Innovation, techUK.
According to the organizers of the event, as first quantum technologies are commercialized in the coming years, the cloud could offer a way to improve access to quantum devices. The purpose of this event is to help clarify the relationship between these two technologies and showcase some of the brilliant people who were really helping drive innovation in the intersection of the two.