An approach for scalable quantum computing infrastructure based on the use of low-power digital superconducting single flux quantum (SFQ) circuits is described. Rather than replicating the room-temperature microwave control and measurement infrastructure solutions dominating the current systems, we use the inherent to superconducting technology methods - the use of SFQ pulses directly at the base temperature. For qubit control, we irradiate qubits with the coherent SFQ pulse sequences computed using optical control theory. For qubit measurement, Josephson photon counter performs projective quantum measurement, the result of which is converted to digital SFQ output. These operations are aided by a high-speed digital SFQ coprocessor located at higher temperature stage (e.g., 3 K) to process the measurement results and load new control sequences to 20 mK SFQ quantum-classical interface circuits.