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Quantum Computing: Technologies and Global Markets to 2022

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Quantum Computing: Technologies and Global Markets to 2022
Published: July 24, 2018 Content info: 163 Pages
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Highlights:

The global commercial quantum computing market is expected to reach $1.3 billion by 2027 at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 52.9% from 2022 to 2027 and $161 million by 2022 from $33.0 million in 2017 at a CAGR of 37.3% for the period 2017-2022.

Hardware segment of the global commercial quantum computing market is expected to grow from $30.0 million in 2017 to $120.0 million by 2022 and $960.0 million by 2027 at CAGRs of 32.0% and 51.6% for the periods 2017-2022 and 2022-2027, respectively.

Software segment of the global commercial quantum computing market is expected to grow from $3.0 million in 2017 to $12.0 million by 2022 and $144.0 million by 2027 at CAGRs of 32.0% and 64.4% for the periods 2017-2022 and 2022-2027, respectively.

Report Scope:

The report focuses on the following end-user sectors and applications for quantum computing:

End-user sectors

  • Government.
  • Academic.
  • Healthcare.
  • Military.
  • Geology/energy.
  • Information technology.
  • Transport/logistics.
  • Finance/economics.
  • Meteorology.
  • Chemicals.
  • Other.

Applications

  • Basic research.
  • Quantum simulation.
  • Optimization problems.
  • Sampling.

Report Includes:

  • 35 data tables
  • Detailed study and an industry analysis of the global markets and technologies for quantum computing
  • Analyses of global market trends with data from 2016, forecasts for 2017 to 2027, and projections of compound annual growth rates (CAGRs) through 2027
  • Identification of the quantum computing technologies and products with the greatest commercial potential
  • Segmentation of the global quantum computing market by technology type, end use, application sector, and geographical region
  • Technological assessment of the key drivers and constraints that will shape the market for quantum computing over the next ten years
  • Examination of the companies that are best positioned to meet the demand for quantum computing technologies, because of proprietary technologies, strategic alliances or other advantages
  • Profiles of the leading companies offering products and services related to quantum computing technologies, including D-Wave Systems, Intel Corp., International Business Machines Corp., Microsoft, and Amgen Inc.
Table of Contents
Product Code: IFT149A

Table of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction

  • Study Goals and Objectives
  • Reasons for Doing This Study
  • Scope of Report
  • Information Sources
  • Methodology
  • Geographic Breakdown
  • Analyst's Credentials
  • Related BCC Research Reports

Chapter 2: Summary and Highlights

Chapter 3: Market and Technology Background

  • General Description
    • History
    • Properties
  • Technologies
    • Types of Quantum Computers
    • Qubits
  • Applications of Quantum Computers
    • Quantum Simulation
    • Quantum-Assisted Optimization
    • Quantum Sampling
  • End Users of Quantum Computing
    • Research and Education
    • Governments/Nonprofits
    • Military and Defense
    • Aerospace
    • Healthcare
    • Geology/Energy
    • Financial Services
    • Transport and Logistics
    • Manufacturing
    • Digital Media/Online Services
    • Other

Chapter 4: Market Breakdown by Technology

  • Current Market
  • Market Trends, 2017-2027

Chapter 5: Market Breakdown by End Use

  • Current Market
  • Market Trends, 2017-2027

Chapter 6: Market Breakdown by Application

  • Current Market
  • Market Trends, 2017-2027

Chapter 7: Market Breakdown by Region

  • Current Market
  • Market Trends, 2017-2027

Chapter 8: Patent Review/New Developments

  • Overview
  • Patent Trends Over Time
  • Patent Assignee Characteristics
    • Type of Entity
    • Nationality
  • Patent Portfolios
    • D-Wave Systems
    • IBM
    • Microsoft
    • Northrop Grumman
    • Toshiba
    • Hewlett Packard
    • Japan Science and Technology Agency (JSTA)
    • University of California
    • NEC
    • MagiQ
    • Qucor
    • Hypres
    • Other Noteworthy Patents

Chapter 9: Analysis of Market Opportunities

  • Overview
  • Government and Academic Research Institutions
  • Commercial Users
    • Promising Sectoral Markets
    • Early Adopters
  • Software
  • Cloud-Based Quantum Computing
  • Killer Apps

Chapter 10: Sources of Financing

  • Venture Financing

Chapter 11: Company Profiles

  • Quantum Computing Pure Plays
    • ANYON SYSTEMS INC.
    • ARTISTE-QB.NET INC.
    • CAMBRIDGE QUANTUM COMPUTING LTD.
    • CIPHERQ CORP.
    • D-WAVE SYSTEMS
    • EAGLE POWER TECHNOLOGIES
    • ENTANGLEMENT PARTNERS SL
    • EVOLUTIONQ
    • H-BAR CONSULTANTS
    • ID QUANTIQUE SA
    • IONQ INC.
    • 1QBIT INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • ISARA CORP.
    • NORDIC QUANTUM COMPUTING GROUP AS
    • QBITLOGIC
    • Q-CTRL
    • QC WARE CORP.
    • QUANTIKA
    • QUANTUM CIRCUITS INC.
    • QUANTUM DIAMOND TECHNOLOGIES INC.
    • QUBITEKK INC.
    • QUCOR PTY LTD.
    • QXBRANCH
    • RIGETTI COMPUTING
    • SEEQC
    • SILICON QUANTUM COMPUTING PTY LTD.
    • SPARROW QUANTUM
    • TOKYO QUANTUM COMPUTING
    • TUNDRASYSTEMS GLOBAL LTD.
    • TURING INC.
    • XANADU
    • ZAPATA COMPUTING INC.
    • ZYVEX LABS
    • Diversified Players
    • ACCENTURE LLP
    • AIRBUS SE
    • ALIBABA HOLDING GROUP LTD.
    • AMGEN INC.
    • ATOS SE
    • BIOGEN INC.
    • BOOZ ALLEN HAMILTON HOLDING CORP.
    • COMMONWEALTH BANK OF AUSTRALIA
    • GOOGLE LLC
    • HEWLETT PACKARD (HP) INC.
    • INTEL CORP.
    • INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORP.
    • LOCKHEED MARTIN CORP.
    • MICROSOFT
    • NIPPON TELEGRAPH AND TELEPHONE CORP.
    • NORTHROP GRUMMAN CORP.
    • NOKIA OYJ
    • RAYTHEON CO.
    • TELSTRA CORP. LTD.
    • VOLKSWAGEN AG
  • Non-commercial Research Programs
    • ADVANCING QUANTUM ARCHITECTURE (AQUA) GROUP
    • AUSTRALIA RESEARCH COUNCIL (ARC) CENTRE OF EXCELLENCE FOR ENGINEERED QUANTUM SYSTEMS
    • BERKELEY QUANTUM INFORMATION AND COMPUTATION CENTER
    • CENTER FOR QUANTUM DEVICES
    • CENTRE FOR QUANTUM COMPUTATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY (CQC2T)
    • CENTER FOR QUANTUM INFORMATION AND CONTROL
    • CENTER FOR QUANTUM PHOTONICS
    • CENTRE FOR QUANTUM TECHNOLOGIES
    • CENTER FOR QUANTUM SOFTWARE AND INFORMATION
    • CENTER FOR SPINTRONICS AND QUANTUM COMPUTATION
    • CHICAGO QUANTUM EXCHANGE
    • COMPUTATIONAL AND DATA INTENSIVE PHYSICS GROUP
    • COMPUTATIONAL PHYSICS GROUP
    • DNA-SEQ ALLIANCE
    • IARPA QUANTUM COMPUTER SCIENCE PROGRAM
    • INFORMATION SCIENCES INSTITUTE (ISI)
    • INSTITUT QUANTIQUE
    • INSTITUTE FOR QUANTUM COMPUTING
    • INSTITUTE FOR QUANTUM INFORMATION AND MATTER
    • INSTITUTE FOR QUANTUM OPTICS AND QUANTUM INFORMATION
    • INSTITUTE FOR QUANTUM STUDIES
    • ION QUANTUM TECHNOLOGY (IQT) GROUP
    • JOINT CENTER FOR QUANTUM INFORMATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
    • JOINT INSTITUTE FOR LABORATORY ASTROPHYSICS (JILA)
    • KEY LABORATORY OF QUANTUM INFORMATION
    • LOS ALAMOS NATIONAL LABORATORY
    • NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY (NIST)
    • NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION (NSF)
    • NETWORKED QUANTUM INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES (NQIT)
    • OXFORD QUANTUM
    • PERIMETER INSTITUTE
    • PLOURDE RESEARCH LAB
    • QUANTUM COMPLEXITY SCIENCE INITIATIVE
    • QUANTUM INFORMATION AND INTEGRATED NANOSYSTEMS GROUP
    • QUANTUM ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE LAB
    • QUANTUM SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE
    • QUANTUM SCIENCE RESEARCH GROUP
    • QUANTUM SYSTEMS GROUP
    • QUANTUM WORLD ASSOCIATION
    • QUSOFT
    • QUTECH
    • UNIVERSITIES SPACE RESEARCH ASSOCIATION (USRA)
    • YALE QUANTUM INSTITUTE
    • YAMAMOTO GROUP

Chapter 12: Patent Portfolios

  • D-Wave Systems
  • International Business Machines
  • Microsoft
  • Northrop Grumman
  • Toshiba
  • Hewlett-Packard
  • Japan Science and Technology Agency
  • University of California
  • NEC
  • MagiQ
  • Qucor
  • Hypres

List of Tables

  • Summary Table: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Type, Through 2027
    • Table 1: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Type, 2016
    • Table 2: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Type, Through 2027
    • Table 3: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by End-Use, 2016
    • Table 4: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by End-Use, Through 2027
    • Table 5: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market Shares, by End-Use, 2016-2027
    • Table 6: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Application, Through 2027
    • Table 7: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market Shares, by Application, 2016-2027
    • Table 8: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Region, Through 2027
    • Table 9: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market Shares, by Region, 2016-2027
    • Table 10: U.S. Patents and Applications for Quantum Computing-Related Inventions (Patents Granted and Applications Filed as of Oct. 1, 2017)
    • Table 11: Number of Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patents Issued, by Year, 2008-2017
    • Table 12: Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patent Holders, by Type of Entity
    • Table 13: Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patent Holders, by Nationality
    • Table 14: Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patent Publication Holders
    • Table 15: IBM vs. D-Wave Patent Publications, 2015-2017
    • Table 16: National Government Spending on Quantum Technology Research, 2016*
    • Table 17: Government Investments in Quantum Computing vs. Selected Other Emerging Technologies
    • Table 18: Companies with an Early Commercial Interest in Quantum Computing
    • Table 19: Other Quantum Computing Open-Source Software
    • Table 20: Quantum Computing Venture Financing Trends, 2012-2016
    • Table 21: Individual Company Shares of Total Quantum Computing Venture Financing, 2012-2016
    • Table 22: Venture Capital Investors with Investments in Quantum Computing Companies
    • Table 23: Venture Capital Investments in Quantum Computing vs. Selected Other Technologies, 2016*
    • Table 24: D-Wave U.S. Patent Publications, 2002-2017
    • Table 25: IBM U.S. Patent Publications, 2002-2017
    • Table 26: Microsoft U.S. Patent Publications, 2006-2017
    • Table 27: Northrop Grumman U.S. Patent Publications, 2009-2017
    • Table 28: Toshiba U.S. Patent Publications, 1993-2017
    • Table 29: Hewlett-Packard U.S. Patent Publications, 2005-2016
    • Table 30: Japan Science and Technology Agency U.S. Patent Publications, 2005-2016
    • Table 31: University of California U.S. Patent Publications, 2002-2017
    • Table 32: NEC U.S. Patent Publications, 2002-2014
    • Table 33: MagiQ U.S. Patent Publications, 2004-2011
    • Table 34: Qucor U.S. Patent Publications, 2006-2013
    • Table 35: Hypres U.S. Patent Publications, 2012-2017

List of Figures

  • Summary Figure: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by End-Use, 2016-2027
    • Figure 1: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Type, 2016
    • Figure 2: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by Type, 2016-2027
    • Figure 3: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market, by End-Use, 2016
    • Figure 4: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market Shares, by End-Use, 2016-2027
    • Figure 5: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market Shares, by Application, 2016-2027
    • Figure 6: Global Commercial Quantum Computing Market Shares, by Region, 2016-2027
    • Figure 7: U.S. Patent and Application Shares of Quantum Computing-Related Inventions
    • Figure 8: Number of Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patents Issued, by Year, 2008-2017
    • Figure 9: Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patent Holders Share, by Type of Entity
    • Figure 10: Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patent Holders Share, by Nationality
    • Figure 11: Quantum Computing-Related U.S. Patent Publication Holders
    • Figure 12: National Government Spending on Quantum Technology Research, 2016*
    • Figure 13: Government Investments in Quantum Computing vs. Selected Other Emerging Technologies
    • Figure 14: Promising Sectoral Markets for Quantum Computing
    • Figure 15: Quantum Computing Venture Financing Trends, 2012-2017
    • Figure 16: Individual Company Shares of Total Quantum Computing Venture Financing, 2012-2016
    • Figure 17: Venture Capital Investments in Quantum Computing vs. Selected Other Areas, 2016
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