QED-C takes vital steps to create the full quantum computing stack from hardware to applications

The quantum computing industry is in its infancy and lags far behind the classical computers in use today. Drawing analogies between the development of classical and quantum computing is difficult because quantum computing faces the need for various technologies, which were developed over decades in the classical computing space, all at once. Therefore, quantum computers may address different challenges at a different rate and order than was done in the classical space. However, solving these challenges is vital to the advancement of quantum computing as a whole.