Amazon Web Services throws his Cloud service of quantum counting
Recently, as part of the 2019 re-invent conference, the giant Amazon Web Services launches its Cloud Braket service dedicated to quantum computing. So, what are the features and benefits of this new cloud service?
After Google, Microsoft, and IBM, it’s Amazon’s turn to launch its AWS Braket quantum computing cloud service. However, rather than building its own quantum calculator, the Seattle-based firm is partnering with D-Wave, IonQ, and Rigetti to make their systems available via its cloud.
Using this service, developers can develop algorithms and quantum applications and test them through simulations performed on AWS and the quantum hardware of its partners. Developers also take advantage of a fully managed Jupyter notebook environment to explore their algorithms. Many pre-installed tools and other tutorials will be included to allow newcomers to learn.
Amazon launches into quantum… without making his own calculator
It is about an ingenious strategy on behalf of Amazon since she allows him to launch into running in the quantum without accomplishing a material investment. The quantum computers were not besides installed in Data Centers of the business company.
The deal is also winning for the partners of the plan, since they will so be able to attain a distinctly broader audience. Finally, the developers and the researchers will be able to benefit from this understanding by achieving the quantum tools by means of a unified interface.
At the same time, Amazon is also launching the AWS Quantum Solutions Lab and the AWS Center for Quantum Computing. The first will allow researchers to collaborate on this new technology alongside experts in quantum computing, Machine Learning, and HPC. The second is a research center where Amazon will fund and lead research on quantum computing.
The new AWS Braket service has just been announced as part of the Re-Invent 2019 conference. It’s available for preview now to subscribe to Amazon’s cloud.