Tag: Amazon Braket
In this blog post, we introduce OpenQAOA, Entropica Labs’ open-source SDK for the QAOA, and OpenQAOA-Braket, a plugin specifically designed to expand OpenQAOA’s capabilities by leveraging Amazon Braket.
This blog post is an introduction to HPC on AWS for quantum computing researchers who are seeking to compare their quantum or hybrid algorithms against classical calculations.
In this post, we’ll explore the Wolfram Quantum Framework and show you how to connect it with Amazon Braket to run quantum algorithms.
Earlier this year, QuEra and AWS sponsored the first-ever hackathon on a neutral-atom computer. In 24 hrs the teams solved hard problems using real quantum computers. It was a rush. We asked the winning team to tell us their story.
Everyone needs effective cost management. In this post, we’ll introduce you to an Amazon Braket cost-control solution, which we’ve open-sourced on GitHub under an MIT license.
In this post, you’ll learn about IonQ’s latest trapped-ion quantum computer, IonQ Aria, which is now available on Amazon Braket, and is also the first QPU in AWS to feature error mitigation.
In this post, we show how tools from our partner Good Chemistry can help you further explore the potential of quantum computing for non-trivial molecular systems, and design experiments that you can run on Amazon Braket.
In this blog post, we show how you can track and manage hybrid quantum-classical experiments with the Hybrid Jobs feature in Amazon Braket and Amazon SageMaker Experiments, used by ML developers on AWS to organize their experiments and trials.
Running Jupyter notebooks as Hybrid Jobs on Amazon Braket, you get performance and convenience of jobs, without modifying code. In this post, we show how you can scale up from exploratory notebook to repeatable and reliable experiments on different quantum hardware.
Over 2800 developers from the PennyLane community got together during the virtual QHack event in February. Today we bring you some highlights and tell you about the winning projects.