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Global Quantum Repeaters Market Analysis Report 2022: A "Guide for the Perplexed" on Where the Money will be Made and Where it will be Lost in the Quantum Repeater Market to Come - Forecast to 2032

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Dublin, March 02, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- The "The Coming Market for Quantum Repeaters: A Ten-Year Market Forecast" report has been added to's offering.

This report will provide a "guide for the perplexed" on where the money will be made and where it will be lost in the quantum repeater market to come.

Several years ago, the analyst was the first research firm ever to forecast the market for quantum repeaters.

The quantum repeater is the enabling technology that will propel the Quantum Internet from a disconnected collection of testbeds to an integrated network capable of carrying qubits. In this new report, the publisher provides an analysis on what the value of the quantum repeater market will be and who the main contenders are in supplying quantum repeaters at a commercial level.

The introduction of optical amplifiers into the fiber optic networks in the 1980s and 1990s transformed optical networking into a global platform for high-speed data communications and we believe something similar will happen as quantum repeaters are installed in the network.

In analyzing who will be the winners and losers in the quantum repeater stakes, we take into consideration vendors' technology and marketing strengths as well as their connections to the marketplace. This report also describes at a granular level the various approaches to building quantum repeaters and tier-one companies and research centers developing them.

Repeaters provide the ability to build distributed quantum networks connecting quantum devices such as quantum sensors and quantum computers and therefore potentially quantum repeaters create huge amounts of value for carriers, equipment vendors, and component makers. But many challenges remain as do big differences of opinion on how quantum repeaters can be built most profitably.

Key Topics Covered:

Executive Summary
E.1 Goal and Scope of this Report
E.2 Quantum Memories and Quantum Repeaters
E.3 Markets for Quantum Repeaters

Chapter One: Introduction
1.1 Goal and Scope of this Report
1.2 What is a Quantum Repeater?
1.2.1 New Technologies for Quantum Repeaters
1.2.2 Quantum Repeater Designs: Quantum Memories and Optical Components
1.3 Markets for Quantum Repeaters: Quantum Networks the Quantum Internet
1.3.1 Entanglement and Quantum Networking
1.4 Quantum Repeaters as a Business

Chapter Two: New Technologies Required for Quantum Repeaters
2.1 Introduction
2.1.1 First-generation Repeaters
2.1.2 Materials for Repeaters
2.2 Quantum Memory
2.3 Synchronization for Quantum Repeaters
2.4 Photon Sources and Detectors for Quantum Repeaters
2.5 Entanglement Protocols for Quantum Repeaters
2.6 Error Correction for Quantum Repeaters
2.7 Outlook

Chapter Three: Quantum Repeaters in China
3.1 Introduction
3.2 Jian Wei-Pan
3.2.1 All-Optical Approach to QRs
3.2.2 Cold Atoms
3.3 Guang-Can Guo
3.4 Outlook for China's Quantum Networking

Chapter Four: Quantum Repeaters in Asia: South Korea, Japan, and Singapore
4.1 Japan
4.1.1 QuREP
4.1.2 NTT
4.1.3 Toshiba
4.2 South Korea
4.3 Singapore

Chapter Five: Quantum Repeaters in Europe
5.1 Introduction
5.1.1 Outlook for European QR Development
5.2 Austria
5.2.1 The Invention of GHZ
5.2.2 Quantum Austria Funding Initiative
5.3 France
5.3.1 French Quantum Plan
5.3.2 CNRS and PASQAL
5.3.3 CEA
5.3.4 INRIA
5.4 Spain
5.4.1 Institute of Photonic Sciences (ICFO)
5.4.2 Barcelona Institute of Science and Technology
5.5 Switzerland
5.5.1 University of Geneva
5.5.2 EPFL
5.5.3 ETH-Zurich
5.5.4 IDQuantique
5.6 The Netherlands
5.6.1 QIA
5.7 United Kingdom
5.7.1 The Networked Quantum Information Technologies NQIT Hub
5.7.2 Advances in Quantum Memories

Chapter Six: Quantum Repeaters in North America
6.1 Introduction
6.1.1 National Quantum Initiative
6.1.2 National Subcommittee on Quantum Information Science
6.1.3 CHIPS
6.2 Center for Quantum Networking
6.3 DOE and DOD Quantum Information Science Centers
6.3.1 The Quantum Science Center
6.3.2 Q-NEXT Science Center
6.3.3 Other DOD-led Research Centers
6.4 National Institute of Standards - NIST
6.5 Stony Brook University and Brookhaven National Labs
6.6 Other University Efforts
6.7 Commercial Labs: Amazon, Cisco, and Juniper
6.7.1 Cisco Systems
6.7.2 Juniper
6.7.3 Amazon
6.8 Outlook for Quantum Repeater Development in the U.S.

Chapter Seven: Early Entrants into the Quantum Repeater and Related Markets
7.1 Introduction
7.2 Aliro Quantum (United States)
7.2.1 Emulators and Simulators
7.2.2 Outlook
7.3 ColdQuanta (United States)
7.3.1 Outlook
7.4 LQUOM (Japan)
7.4.1 Products
7.5 Quantum Network Technologies (United States)
7.6 Q-bird (The Netherlands)
7.7 Qunnect (United States)
7.7.1 Qunnect Hardware
7.7.2 Finance
7.8 Raytheon BBN (United States)

Chapter Eight: Market Forecast
8.1 Introduction: Forecasting Methodology
8.2 Available Market for Quantum Repeaters
8.3 Penetration Rates
8.4 Replacement Rates
8.5 Price Points

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