Quantum Computing Continuing Information Service

A Hyperion Research Special Intelligence Service

The Hyperion Research Quantum Computing Continuing Information Service (QC-CIS) is a departure from the traditional industry-centric information service model. Quantum computing is in a nascent state and has not yet evolved into a stable array of technologies, markets, applications and use cases on which to build a traditional information service. This service will concentrate on defining and scoping the important issues of the day from technology to end-use examples, market sizing, applications, funding, and policy-making perspectives. The service will select the latest and most relevant QC topics and issues based on continued discussions with a global panel of QC experts.

  • Global coverage of R&D efforts spanning QC algorithm, application, hardware status and prospects
  • Global coverage of QC funding activities, investments, purchases, policies, and R&D initiatives
  • Specific regions covered: North America, EMEA, Japan, Asia/Pacific, and ROW
  • Segments covered: government, academia, industry and vertical domains
  • Highlights of major commercial activities around the world
  • Early-stage QC market dynamics and impact on HPC sector writ large
  • QC hardware and software ecosystem developments and research projects
  • Algorithm/application development trends and highlights
  • Elements of the QC hardware/software stack
  • Overall QC landscape taxonomy
  • QC benchmarks and significant milestones for QC hardware and software
  • Cloud-based QC development/offerings
  • QC's role in near-term and Post Moore's law HPC environment
  • Compelling QC end-use cases and success stories
  • What are the leading development trends in QC hardware and software?
  • Who are the most significant QC developers and how do they compare with counterpart efforts?
  • What is the likelihood of success and time frame for leading QC development efforts?
  • Which verticals can benefit most from near-term QC advances?
  • What is the expected time frame/schedule for various QC hardware and software availability?
  • What are some of the key technology drivers and inhibitors in QC development?
  • What applications will benefit most from QCs in both the near and far term?

Companies We Analyze

The QC-CIS will closely track QC development efforts worldwide in the academic, government and commercial sector including:
  • 1Qbit
  • Alibaba
  • Bull/Atos
  • DOE Office Of Science
  • D-Wave
  • Elyah
  • ETHZ
  • Google
  • Hitachi
  • HPE
  • IBM
  • ionQ
  • Intel
  • Lockheed Martin
  • Microsoft
  • MIT
  • NASA Ames
  • NIST
  • Nokia Bell Labs
  • Northrup Grumman
  • NSF
  • PSiQ
  • QxBranch
  • Raytheon