Build quantum projects on a trusted cloud with simple pricing and management controls for both quantum and classical workloads.
Run hybrid quantum-classical algorithms faster with priority access to quantum computers and no classical infrastructure to manage.
How it works
Research quantum computing algorithms
Accelerate scientific discovery with tools for algorithm development and support from the AWS Cloud Credit for Research Program.
Test different quantum hardware
Push the boundaries of quantum hardware research with easy access to trapped ion, superconducting, and annealing devices.
Build quantum software faster
Bring software for quantum computing to market rapidly with Amazon Braket’s software development kit (SDK), simple pricing, and workflow management.
Explore industry applications
Prepare your business for quantum hardware advances and learn how to apply the technology to optimization, chemistry, simulation, and other hard computational problems.
Quantum Hardware Technologies
Quantum annealing uses a physical process to find a low energy configuration that encodes the solution of an optimization problem. Amazon Braket provides access to quantum annealing technology based on superconducting qubits from D-Wave.
Gate-based ion-trap processors
Trapped-ion quantum computers implement qubits using electronic states of charged atoms called ions. The ions are confined and suspended in free space using electromagnetic fields. Amazon Braket provides access to ion-trap quantum computers from IonQ.
Gate-based superconducting processors
Superconducting qubits are built with superconducting electric circuits operating at cryogenic temperature. Amazon Braket provides access to quantum hardware based on superconducting qubits from Rigetti.
How to get started
Try the AWS Free Tier
Get a year of hands-on experience with Amazon Braket simulators and the AWS Free Tier.
Connect with an expert
Get help from the Quantum Solutions Lab for complex computational problems.
Get credits for research
Start your academic quantum research on Amazon Braket with support from the AWS Cloud Credit for Research Program.