An accessible piece outlining the global race to realize quantum technologies was published in The Economist in 2017.
A primer on the role of quantum technology for defense applications was recently published in War on The Rocks. These two pieces provide a great place to start if you're new to the field.
Understanding what quantum computing is and deciphering competing claims from different research teams can be challenging. This piece cuts through the hype and helps you navigate the field.
Any number of excellent review articles have been written on quantum computing supporting today's growth among quantum computing companies. Here's one that we like.
If you're itching to gain a foothold in some of the physics underlying Q-Ctrl's products, see the Quantum Control Laboratory at the University of Sydney
The Feynman Lectures are the ideal place to start for the layperson looking to learn, in detail, what quantum physics is all about. For the mathematically inclined.
Quantum computing is an extremely collaborative field with research teams spanning the globe. Nonetheless we are seeing the emergence of regional and national strategies around the importance of investment in quantum technology. This global investment is a key opportunity for Q-Ctrl's growth. Here we highlight a few major initiatives.
In the last few years we have seen a rapid expansion of industrial effort in quantum computing. Here's are some of the key players.