What is quantum computing?
What does quantum computing actually mean? What are Qubits?
Quantum computers have the potential to process information much faster and to master more complex problems than classical computers.
Quantum-based computers can perform calculations significantly faster than conventional ones. This is because they use quantum mechanically entangled elementary particles like electrons or protons as an information unit: Qubits.
Qubits can not only assume the values 0 or 1 - like classical bits - but also all values in between at the same time. This allows complex tasks to be processed simultaneously instead of linearly. In the future, quantum computers will be able to solve in seconds the problems that previously took computers years.