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The Quantum Revolution in India: Betting Big on Quantum Supremacy
In the last decade, quantum technologies have transitioned from science fiction to real-world enterprise trials. Quantum computing has evolved, providing real-time analytics, faster decision-making, better forecasting, quicker prototyping, and new products creation. India aims to address issues concerning national priorities using quantum technologies. The government has planned an over USD 1B outlay to build a quantum-enabled infrastructure. The infrastructure will focus on converting theoretical aspects of quantum into commercial prospects.
Quantum Computing Coming Sooner Than You Think
The slow pace of quantum development has inspired enterprises to take a “wait and watch” strategy for quantum applications. Increasing the number of qubits while reducing the noise or error correction is the most critical challenge in quantum computing. However, the next five years will be crucial in the development of quantum computers. So now is time to build partnerships and identify pilot programs for when quantum computing becomes affordable and accessible to your size and type of organization.