quantum computing: Qubit by Qubit: making quantum computing accessible for the masses

The government in the 2020 budget announced an expenditure of Rs 8,000 crore ($1 billion) over the next five years for the advancement of quantum information and meteorology, applications and quantum materials, and quantum communications.


Rapid innovation in chip and hardware design, coupled with subscription and cloud-as-a-service offerings from companies such as IBM, HPE, Microsoft Azure and AWS, have made quantum computing infrastructure accessible.

Indian companies are looking to establish a strong footprint in the quantum computing space, although the revenue models that can be used to source quantum computing are still a work in progress. So far, the high cost of quantum computing infrastructure and the lack of relevant datasets have limited its use to high-end research and government projects. However, this may change. Rapid innovation in chip and hardware design, coupled with

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