Quantum Computing concentrates on the development of computer technology following the quantum theory principle. In quantum computing, the computer uses quantum bits or qubits to process data. It uses the unique ability of subatomic particles which enable them to exist in more than one state. Quantum and classical both try to solve problems, but the approach followed by each is different.
Quantum Computing can be explained via two vital quantum physics features, ‘Superposition’ and ‘Entanglement’, that form the basis of supercomputers. These two features enable these supercomputers to operate at an exponentially higher speed as compared to conventional computers with less energy consumption.