Publicado: Mier, Diciembre 04, 2019
Espectáculos | Por Manuelo Venegas

Amazon is Bringing Quantum Computing Technology to Customers

Amazon is Bringing Quantum Computing Technology to Customers

Boeing is an early adopter of Braket, and is experimenting with quantum computing to solve problems around fundamental materials science, complex system optimisation and secure communications, the airplane manufacturer's general manager of disruptive computing and networks Charles Toups said at the AWS Re:Invent developer meet in Las Vegas.

Apart from quantum system simulations, AWS envisages Braket could be used to explore solving of optimisation problems in industries such as financial services and logistics, and machine learning. "We believe that quantum computing will be a cloud-first technology, and that the cloud will be the main way customers access the hardware".

Amazon Braket (in preview today) is a new, fully managed AWS service that enables scientists, researchers, and developers to begin experimenting with computers from quantum hardware providers (including D-Wave, IonQ, and Rigetti) in a single place.

Braket is created to give hands-on experience with qubits and quantum circuits, AWS "chief evangelist" Jeff Barr said in a blog post today. It takes its name from Bra-ket notation, which is commonly used to denote quantum mechanical states.

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And while many businesses want quantum computing right now, with Braket, customers can realistically make a start in the field, and more specifically identify how quantum computers might benefit their operations. "It is a very powerful tool that can solve certain types of problems that are hard or impossible to solve classically". I suspect that within 40 or 50 years, many applications will be powered in part using services that run on quantum computers. As such, it is best to think of them like a GPU (graphics processing unit) or a math co-processor.

AWS Center for Quantum Computing will bring together quantum computing experts from Amazon, the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and other top academic research institutions to collaborate on the research and development of new quantum computing technologies.

AWS has also teamed up with 1Qbit, Rahko, Rigetti, QCWare QSimulate, Xanadu and Zapata to form the collaborative Amazon Quantum Solutions Lab to help discover new applications and to find ways to deploy quantum computing within organisations.

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