Market Research Report
Enterprise Quantum Computing: Quantitative Assessment of the Enterprise Market Opportunity for Quantum Hardware, Software, Storage, and Services
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|Enterprise Quantum Computing: Quantitative Assessment of the Enterprise Market Opportunity for Quantum Hardware, Software, Storage, and Services|
|Published: September 29, 2020||Content info: 41 Pages; 21 Tables, Charts & Figures||
Quantum computing is the utilization of the principles of quantum mechanics to perform calculations and solve problems. Using the unique phenomena of individual subatomic particles as compute elements, quantum computers have the potential to quickly solve problems that are impossible to calculate in timeframes that are useful to humans and eventually solve problems that classical computers cannot.
Omdia's research indicates that an increasing number of enterprises are experimenting with quantum computers. However, most of the revenue being generated is not through traditional hardware sales, but via services, such as general consulting services that are provided by vendors, professional services firms, and third-party industry consultants or via cloud-based access to quantum computers. Omdia projects that total quantum computing market revenue, including hardware, software, storage, and services, will reach $3.6bn annually by 2030. Services is expected to account for $2.5bn in annual revenue in 2030, followed by software, storage, and hardware.
This Omdia report examines the market trends and technology issues surrounding quantum computers used by enterprise organizations. It highlights quantum computing use cases within industry groups that are projected to increasingly experiment with and use quantum processing (healthcare, life sciences, finance, investment, and IT). Global market forecasts for quantum-related hardware, software, storage, and services revenue, segmented by region, product type, industry, and use case, extend through 2030.