The Amazon Web Services has recently announced the general accessibility of its Amazon Braket. This fully managed AWS solution will make it easier for the researchers, developers, and scientists to experiment with computers from their quantum hardware providers.
The quantum hardware includes systems from IonQ, D-Wave, and Rigetti. As per the company, it is a single development environment that can help to create quantum algorithms and testing on simulated quantum systems. Besides, users can try them on different quantum hardware architectures.
As mentioned by Bill Vass, AWS VP of technology – “The cloud will be the main way that customers access quantum computers and combine those systems with high-performance classical computing for certain types of computationally-intensive research.”