AWS Quantum Computing Blog

Category: Research

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Introducing the Qiskit provider for Amazon Braket

We are excited to share a solution to one of our most frequent customer requests: a Qiskit provider for Amazon Braket. Users can now take their existing algorithms written in Qiskit, a widely used open-source quantum programming SDK and, with a few lines of code, run them directly on Amazon Braket. The qiskit-braket-provider currently supports […]

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CINECA Center in Italy

CINECA and AWS bring new quantum computing capabilities to the Italian research community

CINECA and AWS are collaborating on a series of quantum computing research initiatives to help to accelerate the next generation of computational capabilities and enable new research in Italy. CINECA is a consortium made up of 70 Italian universities and four national research institutes to form the leading high-performance computing (HPC) research center in Italy. […]

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Graphic of a Wigner functions of (a) a GKP state with 10 dB GKP squeezing (b) a GKP state with 12 dB GKP squeezing.

Low-overhead quantum computing with Gottesman-Kitaev-Preskill qubits

Introduction This post summarizes a research paper from the AWS Center for Quantum Computing that proposes a direction to implement fault-tolerant quantum computers with minimal hardware overhead. This research shows that by concatenating the surface code with Gottesman, Kitaev, and Preskill (GKP) qubits, it is theoretically possible to achieve a logical error rate of 10-8 […]

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Cat codes on Bloch sphere

Designing a fault-tolerant quantum computer based on Schrödinger-cat qubits

At the AWS Center for Quantum Computing, we are doing scientific research and development on quantum computing algorithms and hardware. This post summarizes findings from our first architecture paper that describes a theoretical blueprint for a fault-tolerant quantum computer that features a novel approach to quantum error correction (QEC). Fair warning, this post dives somewhat […]

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