Tag: Oxford Quantum Circuits
Amazon Braket Pulse lets you control the low-level analog instructions for quantum computers, to optimize performance or develop new analog protocols, like error suppression and mitigation. Today we show you how and describe some best practices.
As of 05/17/2023, the ARN of the IonQ Harmony device changed to arn:aws:braket:us-east-1::device/qpu/ionq/Harmony. Therefore, information on this page may be outdated. Learn more. Previously, when customers submitted a circuit to the IonQ device on Amazon Braket, the circuit was automatically compiled to native instructions. Today, we are extending the verbatim compilation feature to IonQ’s 11-qubit […]
Amazon Braket launches Lucy, a new quantum processor from Oxford Quantum Circuits and expands to the Europe (London) Region
Since launch, Amazon Braket has been committed to providing customers with a single access point to different quantum hardware choices, allowing them to experiment and innovate with multiple quantum processing units (QPUs) through the same interface. Today we announce the general availability of the first publicly available QPU from Oxford Quantum Circuits (OQC). The device, […]
With so much happening at the annual re:Invent conference, it would be easy to miss some of the updates in AWS Quantum Technologies. In this post we summarize four recent announcements: a new feature that helps customers run hybrid quantum-classical algorithms more easily and with better performance, two new quantum processing units (QPUs) coming to […]