Quantum computing could turn the technology world on its head. By harnessing properties beyond the grasp of traditional Newtonian physics, the potential is to transform the way that computers look at data and the speed at which they can process and analyse it.
The computers we are familiar with store information in zero and one bits. A quantum computer uses zero and one bits as well as the subatomic particles both in between and simultaneously to perform operations quicker
and with greater energy efficiency. At least, that’s the theory.