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Inside Quantum Technology Research Delivers Analysis, and Consulting Market Forecasts for Quantum Technology Businesses.

Inside Quantum Technology is the first company to be entirely dedicated to meeting the strategic information and analysis needs of the emerging quantum technology sector. In addition to arranging events and publishing articles of critical importance to the quantum technology sector, our consulting group, IQT Research, provides published reports on most of the important revenue opportunities in quantum technology including quantum computer markets.
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IQT Research will publish 14 reports in 2021 in five categories as follows. Each of these reports contains granular market forecasts in value and volume terms, as well as analysis of markets and key players in each of the areas covered.
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  • The Road to the Quantum Internet: A Ten-Year Forecast and Opportunity Analysis of Quantum Networks


  • Quantum Key Distribution (QKD) Markets: A Worldwide Survey of Deployments—2021-2030
  • Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC): A Revenue Assessment 2021-2030
  • QRNGs: A Revenue Assessment 2021-2030


  • Quantum Sensor Markets: 2021-2030
  • Markets for Quantum Magnetometers: 2021-2030
  • Atomic Clocks Markets: 2021-2030


  • Quantum Computer Markets: A ten-year market forecast and roadmap
  • Quantum Cloud Markets: 2021-2030
  • Quantum Software Markets 2021-2030
  • Key Quantum Computer Firms: Profiles and Company Analysis
  • Quantum Processors: Markets, Products and Supply Chains


  • Quantum Computing in the Financial Services Market: An International Forecast – 2021-2030
  • Quantum Computing for the Pharmaceutical and Chemical Industries: A Market Forecast 2021-2030
  • The IQT Research Guide to the Quantum Safe Enterprise


All reports are available under three license options

  • Single-user license
  • Five-person license
  • Enterprise license (unlimited usage within a client organization)

For pricing on any of these options please enquire.

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Latest Reports

Quantum Sensors: Market Evolution 2023 to 2032

Published: October 17, 2023
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Quantum Technology Industry Report 2023

Published: October 5, 2023
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Post-Quantum Cryptography 2023: Market Opportunities After NIST

Published: July 25, 2023
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Quantum Technology Industry Report 2022

Published: December 31, 2022
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News Releases

Could a New System of “Erasure Error” be Key to Quantum Error Correction?

Sep 12, 2022

One of the biggest challenges in developing a quantum computer is error correction. Errors within quant...

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Latest Blogs

Oct 26, 2021
Quantum annealing pilot tackles logistics challenges

Two Japanese companies have begun a pilot project that leverages quantum annealing, a capability that can be used to calculate a...

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Sep 24, 2021
A New and Elegant Quantum Teleportation Scheme

(By Amara Graps, Staff Writer) A new, highly robust, quantum teleportation method, which is, in principle, unconditional, with no enta...

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Sep 22, 2021
Towards a Commercial Quantum Computer: A Dutch Roadmap

(By Amara Graps, Staff Writer) To summarize what is needed in a supply chain for the key components for a consumer Quantum Com...

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Quantum Technology News

Dec 09, 2023
Quantum News Briefs: December 9, 2023: UTC Connected to EPB Quantum Network℠ Powered by Qubitekk; Qrypt Partners with Los Alamos National Labs to Advance Quantum Random Number Generation Technology; EU launches new pact on quantum technologies

Quantum News Briefs: December 9th, 2023:  UTC Connected to EPB Quantum Network℠ Powered by Qubitekk The University of Tennessee at Chattanooga (UTC) has become the first academic institution connected to the EPB Quantum Network℠, a joint venture between EPB and Qubitekk, established in 2022 as the nation's first industry-led, commercially available quantum network. This connection, facilitated through a node in UTC's quantum technology laboratory, marks a significant step in integrating quantum technology into education and research. UTC's involvement is seen as crucial by EPB for advancing quantum education and positioning Chattanooga as a desirable location for quantum companies. UTC's commitment to quantum science, demonstrated by its recent initiative in quantum information science and technology, aims to foster innovation and economic development through cross-disciplinary collaboration in STEM and non-STEM fields, with applications in advanced energy systems and smart city technologies. Qrypt Partners with Los Alamos National Labs to Advance Quantum Random Number Generation Technology Qrypt, a leader in quantum-secure encryption, has completed a significant Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Los Alamos National Labs (LANL) to enhance its Quantum Random Number Generation (QRNG) technology. This advancement is pivotal for Qrypt's cloud-based Quantum Entropy and Quantum Key Generation services, which rely on quantum randomness to provide secure cryptographic solutions. The collaboration with LANL has led to significant breakthroughs in generating truly unpredictable numbers by leveraging photon bunching to filter out classical noise, enhancing the unpredictability and security of encryption keys. This partnership has bolstered the foundation of cryptographic systems against quantum computing threats. It demonstrates Qrypt's commitment to developing quantum-secure solutions through scientific peer review and collaboration with top research labs. Additionally, Qrypt's recent collaboration with Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) further underscores its leading role in advancing quantum cryptography. EU launches new pact on quantum technologies During its presidency, Spain coordinated a joint declaration on quantum technology to position Europe as a global leader in quantum innovation, known as the "Quantum Pact." This initiative, presented at the Transport, Telecommunications and Energy Council (TTE) meeting, seeks to unify EU, national, and regional efforts to create a comprehensive quantum technology ecosystem. So far, 11 EU countries, including Spain, France, and Belgium, have endorsed the pact, though major quantum players like Germany, the Netherlands, and Denmark abstained, citing the last-minute nature of the decision. This reflects a broader European challenge in recognizing quantum technology as a strategic priority, with only five EU countries having national quantum strategies and a general perception of quantum as primarily an R&D issue. While a positive step, the pact highlights the need for greater commitment and coordination in Europe's approach to quantum technology and cybersecurity, as countries like Germany, France, and the Netherlands invest significantly in national quantum initiatives and infrastructure. Kenna Hughes-Castleberry is the Managing Editor at Inside Quantum Technology and the Science Communicator at JILA (a partnership between the University of Colorado Boulder and NIST). Her writing beats include deep tech, quantum computing, and AI. Her work has been featured in Scientific Ame...

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Dec 08, 2023
New IQT The Hague 2024 Speaker: Melchior Aelmans, Chief Architect at Juniper Networks

In 2024, Melchior Aelmans, the Chief Architect at leading cloud service company Juniper Network...

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Dec 08, 2023
Ingrid Romijn, Director of Business Development at Qbird, will speak at IQT the Hague in 2024

In 2024, Ingrid Romijn, the Director of Business Development at quantum company Qbird a...

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Quantum Computing Spending By End-User Segments ($Millions)
Quantum computing  spending by end-user segments  show that banking, healthcare and pharma will be biggest end segments
Quantum Computing Expenditures By Region
The North American market will represent the largest quantum computing market in 2023, dwarfing all other markets
Quantum Repeater Markets
Quantum repeater markets to grow to over $800 million in revenues in the year 2026

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When a company purchases a report from Inside Quantum Technology or engages us for custom consulting
It receives comprehensive analysis that reflects today’s quantum technology realities and tomorrow’s profit potential

Detailed forecasts that are both believable and provide our clients with an edge over the competition. Actionable recommendations identifying where money will be made and where it will be lost. Candid market assessments based on today’s best strategic thinking, not just data dumps from the Internet. Our offerings complement internal product and market planning and technology roadmapping and provide low-cost knowledge enhancement for firms in the quantum technology space


IQT Research offers customized consulting that provides clients with analysis and forecasts that go beyond what is available in our published reports. The final deliverable – in the form of a report or final presentation –offers clients strategic guidance on many aspects of their quantum technology businesses. Our coverage provides insight for those companies offering quantum technology systems, components, materials and software


Latest Blogs

October 26, 2021

Two Japanese companies have begun a pilot project that leverages quantum annealing, a capability that can be us...

September 24, 2021

(By Amara Graps, Staff Writer) A new, highly robust, quantum teleportation method, which is, i...

September 22, 2021

(By Amara Graps, Staff Writer) To summarize what is needed in a supply chain for the key components for a consumer Quantum Computer product, the Dutch quantum ecosystem formed the ImpaQT project, with their first task: the development of a Roadmap. For such a roadmap one needs a sta...