ABI Research’s September 26 Webinar Explores Quantum Computing

14 Sep 2018

45-Minute Webinar:‘Quantum Computing: Early Insight on Commercial Viability, Use Cases and Timeline’

Date: September 26, 2018 (Wednesday); Time: 10 a.m. U.S. Eastern Time
Duration: 45 minutes, including question-and-answer session

Presented by ABI Research’s Vice President of Strategic Technologies, Malik Saadi, and Principal Analyst, Lian Jye Su

The webinar serves as an introduction to quantum computing. Unlike classical computers, based on sequential processing principles, quantum computers leverage their strengths from two fundamental characteristics inspired from quantum physics, namely entanglement and superposition, which make them super powerful for undertaking certain tasks, notably inter-correlated events that need to be executed in parallel. Nonetheless, quantum computing is still in its embryonic stage and the industry needs to address challenges in scalability, technology stability, reliability, and cost efficiency.

In this webinar, the speakers will discuss the different software and hardware approaches at stake. They will also elaborate on how the technology, once perceived as Fundamental Physics, will lead to a number of new business opportunities, otherwise not possible using the traditional computing paradigm; these include handling processing of a number of advanced AI applications, cybersecurity, chemical and materials designs, and medical and Pharmaceutical research.


  • What are the technologies at stake and how are they differentiated?
  • Is quantum computing systematically more efficient than its classical computing counterpart?
  • Will quantum computing ever fully replace classical computing?
  • Will quantum computing be a cloud play, or will it support a more distributed computing paradigm?
  • What are the primary use cases currently served by quantum computing?

Click here to register or visit https://www.abiresearch.com/webinars/quantum-computing-early-insight-commercial-viability-use-case-and-timeline/

ABI Research’s transformative technologies Webinar series is complimentary to attend. All attendees receive a PDF of the presentation after the Webinar. And, all registrants are welcome to watch the on-demand replay at their convenience. 

For a complete list of all ABI Research’s upcoming Webinars, click here or visit https://www.abiresearch.com/webinars/.

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