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IBM Revamps Quantum Programming Tools

By ET Bureau - March 18, 2021 1 Mins Read

IBM Revamps

IBM has updated its quantum computing programming tools for developers to run experiments and access quantum circuits in a more streamlined way.

The tools IBM Quantum Lab and IBM Quantum Composer replace IBM Quantum Experience. IBM said it has over 280,000 registered users executing around 1 billion hardware circuits per day on its quantum hardware and simulators.

IBM Quantum Composer helps developers visualize, build, and execute quantum circuits. The user interface is something that developers are familiar with, and it aims to attract multiple programming levels. On the other hand, IBM Quantum Lab enables developers to build quantum experiments and applications via Qiskit in the cloud.

To Read More: ZDnet


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