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Data Management For Quantum Computing

Semiconductor giant Intel have announced they are launching a 12-qubit quantum-dot silicon chip in a major move towards the production of the first commercial quantum computer.


Quantum computers have the potential for immense power and ability to solve exceptionally difficult computational problems at a significantly faster pace than any present-day computer.


The tech giants like IBM, Goolge, Microsoft and numerous start-ups spun off from universities are currently racing ahead to build out the first commercially viable quantum computers.


What does this have to do with data management your may ask yourself ? As a comparison, whereas today's most powerful computers consume and process data with say the same rate as a teaspoon of water per hour, tomorrow's initial quantum computers are forecast to consume and process data equivalent to volumes of 1,000 to 2,000 olympic-size swimming pools in a fraction of second. This has massive implications for how these volumes of data are managed, analysed and kept secure. Quaylogic has been working with our research and innovation partners to develop our QL Quantum Data Management Framework (QDMF©) to manage data at the volumes and speeds required. As quantum computing moves out of it's current research and innovation phase into practical applications we will see massive short-term and long-term benefits across all industries including pharmaceuticals, chemicals, automotive and finance. Contact us now to prepare for tomorrow.


Contact us now on info@quaylogic.com or contact the author: Jagtar Bachra (Quaylogic Data Management Expert) jagtar.bachra@quaylogic.com



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