How Sunon Supports the Processes Powering the Quantum Leap
Quantum computing is on the rise, and it is time for businesses to start planning their quantum-computing strategies. According to Fortune Business Insights, the market is expected to grow from $486.1 million in 2021 to $3.18 billion in 2028.
Though supercomputers are fast, quantum computing promises even faster processing power and more memory capacity. These capabilities will enable the computers of tomorrow to tackle ever more challenging problems.
Shifts in Quantum Computing
Quantum computing operates on the principles of quantum theory. Quantum theory describes the behavior of energy and material on subatomic levels. Particles like electrons can actually exist in more than one state at a time, and quantum computing takes advantage of this quirk of physics to quickly perform calculations that would take years for a conventional computer to complete.
Supercomputers encode information in binary bits, where it is stored as either a 1 or 0 value. While this is efficient, it is also restrictive in terms of processing capacities. A qubit (quantum bit) on the other hand, can exist in multiple dimensions, as opposed to the usual 0 and 1.
With such massive abilities, quantum computing is very beneficial to industries like finance, security, pharmaceuticals, aerospace, military, big data, and AI.
Enabling the Quantum Leap
To speed up the leap into quantum computing, more technological advances need to be made. Here are some of the limitations presently encountered by quantum computing:
- Security and quantum cryptography are still underdeveloped.
- There is a limited number of qubits available, currently 128.
- The process of error correction during the computing stage is not yet fully functional.
- Quantum states are fragile, and the slightest disturbance can make them decay or collapse into a fixed state.
- It is impossible to copy the state of one qubit onto another without altering the state of the first qubit, so it is difficult for developers to produce the copying function, which is an effective error-correction tool.
Where Sunon Fits In<
Sunon is a total thermal solution provider. Our mission is to save energy, reduce carbon emissions, and protect the environment. We produce high-quality fans and blowers of all types. We offer fans, blowers, and other cooling modules that can help assist the development of quantum computing.
Even this new advanced technology needs cooling for its physical infrastructure, and so do the other technologies that assist in R&D, like conventional computers. Sunon is proud to be on the leading wave of technology, developing cooling solutions for quantum computing that will enable it to reach its potential and solve the problems of today and tomorrow.