Emerging Markets for Quantum Computing Components: 2022-2031

Report IQT-QC2022-0123
Published October 26, 2022

Publish Date: January 2023

Quantum computers are the stuff of legend, but quantum components are already generating revenues. Quantum components includes the dilution refrigerators, cabling, control products, optical and microwave devices, shielding, readouts, interfaces, and other products, that are already being sold into the budding quantum computer industry. The goal of this report is to (1) identify the key business opportunities in the quantum components sector, (2) provide a ten-year market forecast in volume and value terms and (3) profile some of the leading suppliers of quantum components and their strategies

The report begins with a survey of the major components and materials that go into today’s quantum computers and continues with an account of how these products are already being used at leading companies and different kinds of quantum computers. This new report for IQT Research will be published in December 2022.

Provisional Table of Contents
Executive summary

Chapter One: Quantum Components and Materials: State of the Art and Evolution
1.1 Dilution refrigerators: Survey of current products and suppliers
1.2 Cabling: Major suppliers and product types
1.3 Microwave components: An important role in quantum computers
1.4 Photonic components: Technology change and use in quantum computers
1.5 Quantum materials
1.5.1 Semiconducting materials
1.5.2 Defected materials
1.5.3 Gases
1.6 Shielding: Isolation from the environment
1.7 Control equipment and software
1.8 Interfaces to classical computing environment
1.9 Networking components
1.10 Readout circuits
1.11 Key points from this chapter
Chapter Two: Component Demand by Quantum Computer
2.1 Superconducting: Refrigerators and microwave components
2.1.1 Case study of components use: Rigetti
2.1.2 Case study of components use: IBM
2.2 Photonic quantum computers: Fiber optic components and error correction
2.2.1 Case study of components use: PsiQuantum
2.2.2 Case study of components use: Xanadu
2.3 Trapped ions: Microwave and optical
2.3.1 Case study of components use: Quantinuum
2.3.2 Case study of components use: IonQ
2.4 Semiconducting: Microwave, materials, and magnetic fields
2.4.1 Case study: Intel
2.5 Key points made in this report
Chapter Three Business Characteristics of the Quantum Components Market
3.1 Marketing of early-stage products
3.2 Supply chains and sales strategies for quantum components
3.3 The future of lead times
3.4 Emergence of standards: Impact on Quantum Components
3.4.1 Q-EDC efforts
3.4.2 Attitude of the components makers to standardization
3.5 Integration and miniaturization of quantum components
3.6 Integration with classical components/host processor
3.7 Quantum error correction issues
3.8 Parallels with the optical components business
3.9 Key points made in this report
Chapter four Ten-year Market Forecasts for Quantum Components
4.1 Refrigerators and peripherals
4.2 Microwave components:
4.3 Photonic components
4.4 Quantum materials
4.5 Control equipment and software
4.6 Networking components
4.7 Key points from this chapter
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