Quantum computer technology is another huge step forward for major technology companies. Amazon relies on quantum computing using its own AWS infrastructure. Will this accelerate the development of quantum computers?
Quantum computing not only means a breakthrough, but also huge costs. Amazon, which until recently did not develop this line of business, has now started to offer a new service to its customers using AWS servers. So the company wants to eliminate some of the costs and problems that are behind the performance of quantum computers.
Instead of building its own quantum computer and investing huge amounts of money in it, Amazon launched Braket. Working with brands such as D-Wave, IonQ and Rigetti, the company wants to launch a so-called general inventory of quantum states, allowing developers and scientists to work with qubits and quantum schemes at a small part of the price. Each of the users will be able to build their own algorithms from scratch, as well as work with a set of ready-made solutions. All this should be available within one consecutive interface.