What is Quantum Computing?
In classic computers we understand the data to be binary and present at a bit level. The data is built by small switches that are present in either an on or off mode, often described by a one or a zero.
Quantum Computing changes that fundamental principle, meaning that data will exist in both states at once and every possible state surrounding it. Quantum Computing breaks down the two options of on or off into a list of exponential possibilities available as a resource. This creates quantum bits, referred to as Qubits.
Each Qubit now has the power to operate as an individual processor and memory more powerful than an entire classic computer.