Quantum Computing is a comprehensive discipline with endless possibilities. Still is an unfathomable adobe for enterprises.  This blog sheds light on some of the problems It can solve in the future

A traditional computer uses traditional binary means of understanding data, that is, 0s and 1s. Quantum computers use q-bits which are subatomic particles like neutrons and protons. Quantum computers study the phenomenon of these subatomic particles existing in multiple states at the same time. This is known as the particle’s ‘superposition.’

A quantum computer has the power to process huge amounts of calculations in one go. Google claims its quantum computer is 100 million times faster than any other computer in its lab.

Quantum physics describes the behaviours of atoms and fundamental particles like electrons or photons. Similarly, Quantum computing deals with controlling these particles in a completely different way than traditional computers

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Need for Quantum Computing

As more and more data is generated onto the cloud and into hard disks, the need for added processing power becomes more apparent.

Current systems are limited in capacity. They are incapable of handling tasks with the kind of data that will be produced in the coming years. It would be too slow and cumbersome to even perform simple tasks in the near future.

 

The excessive power consumption and time factor demand a quick replacement for traditional systems. A move towards quantum computing is the need of the hour. Possibilities are much wider there. Quantum computers can work on quantum tunnelling, which is far more energy-efficient and safer for the environment.

Advanced Machine Learning algorithms can construct intelligent computer software that can solve many of our current problems. They can even automate many processes. Artificial intelligence (AI) helps in creating cars that can drive themselves. AI runs programs can respond to customer queries. Moreover, AI has applications that can significantly improve operational performance and efficiency.

The need for manpower is reduced when computers can do the same tasks in a completely autonomous manner.

Quantum computing allows for incredibly difficult tasks to be completed in a fraction of time. The next generation of computing would allow engineers to automate processes entirely. Processing data, scanning and analyzing documents will all be possible with the help of an automated process.

In most cases, a backup service is built around the unique requirements of business applications. The data is backed up automatically at a regular frequency as per a pre-determined schedule, usually daily or twice a week.

In the public cloud, the process of backing up happens after the data is compressed, encrypted, and transferred over the internet. However, backing up the vast volumes of data generated by large organizations each day is not feasible. This may take up significant time, resources, and network capacity if entirely done over the internet.

In such cases, the process of ‘cloud seeding’ is used, wherein the service provider sends the business with storage devices to back up the data locally. These storage disks are then transferred to the cloud provider. Then, the provider backs them up, and any changes to it over the cloud are backed up incrementally.

In the case of private cloud backups, organizations maintain safe storage spaces at secure locations. This can be on or off premises to ensure a local backup of all their data is readily available.

Advantages of Quantum Computing

Saves Energy: Any problem that can’t be solved by a traditional computer can be solved by a quantum computer. Moreover, it would employ less computational resources to do so.

Problems like energy shortage and global warming need for more efficient and smarter computing solutions. The carbon footprint on the Earth caused by the IT industry is taking a toll on the environment. Quantum computing allows for exponentially greater computing and processing capabilities while consuming very little energy.

Quantum computing saves energy and reduces the impact on the environment while ensuring excellent performance. This helps the industry advance without serious consequences to the environment. This also adds to the extremely important sustainability factor.

Delivers Speed: The improved speed with quantum computers means that it is now possible for complex problems to be solved in seconds. Earlier that would have taken decades.

Processing power still remains the limiting factor for technological advancements. Regardless of how incredibly quick current computers are, quantum computers allow for exponentially faster processing speeds and problem-solving. They produce results in little or no time compared to the traditional systems.

It’s because of the incredibly high processing capabilities that quantum computing can make waiting a thing of the past. High efficiency and no downtimes are the two main advantages of quantum computing. Complex equations can now be solved at the speed of light. Incredibly intricate simulations can run speedily that provide answers to some of the burning questions.

Gaming can be taken to the next level allowing detailed textures that can be mapped on complex wireframes. Slow frame rates and latency are a thing of the past with the added capabilities of quantum computing.

Opens New Possibilities for Cloud Computing: Minimized lag and latency are the two main limiting factors of communication and data transfers with the cloud.

Quantum computing performs tasks at incredible rates. Cloud computing can be improved by reducing server load times to near-instant, resulting in no noticeable lag.

Now, it is possible to have complex equations solved remotely on the cloud via quantum computing. The equations can be relayed back to the source to provide solutions. This means problems can be solved without processing delays. Improvements in internet technology allow for data to be relayed at supersonic speeds making the latency negligible.

Ongoing Developmental Challenges

At this time, quantum computing is still in its infancy and requires plenty more developmental stages to go through. It will take a reasonable amount of time take full swing.

Mainstream quantum computing is still decades away. Scientists are working diligently to develop and innovate their systems.  Cost also remains a significant barrier to the worldwide adoption of quantum computing.

Conclusion

Quantum computing has its applications in architecture, banking & finance, military, technology. The possibilities with quantum computing are endless, it can solve problems more efficiently and provide solutions.

 The processing power of quantum computers is exponentially greater than that of a regular computer. The next generation of technology and businesses around the world will be able to solve complex problems rapidly. Information Technology can take a revolutionary leap by leveraging its processing power.