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A web-based IDE interface that provides software tools for researchers and developers in quantum, as well as access to quantum hardware, GPUs, and CPUs.
The qBraid-SDK is a Python toolkit for cross-framework abstraction, transpilation, and execution of quantum programs on hardware and simulators.
Harness 20+ quantum computers and simulators including IBM, QuEra, Oxford Quantum Circuits, Rigetti and Amazon Braket as well as flexible CPUs and GPUs.
Tokyo, Japan

Quantum Chemistry Benchmarking with NVIDIA GPUs on qBraid

1.14.23
San Jose, California

Quantum Computing for Flight Trajectory Optimization

12.6.22
Chicago, Illinois

QuSTEAM

1.2.22
North Carolina

NCAT

6.8.21
NYUAD, Abu Dhabi

NYUAD Hackathon for Social Good

12.6.20
San Francisco, California

Intel Quantum SDK Version 1.0

10.29.20

Alex

Keesling

CEO at QuEra Computing Inc.
"Getting quantum computing resources in the hands of users far and wide is one of our main aspirations. Working with qBraid now enabled an exciting new pipeline, and a simple and functional one, that users can use to deploy the most innovative solutions with some of the largest and most unique quantum computing resources in the world!"

James

Daniel
Whitefield

Associate Professor at Dartmouth College

Amazon Visiting Academic at AWS

Researcher and educator in quantum information sciencea
“qBraid lab and qBraid SDK are the prefect companion tools for managing research workflows. Accessing the latest devices and rapidly coding tests without the headache of installation has been amazing for me and my research group.”

Bennett

Brown

QuSTEAM Director of Business Planning and Development
"QuSTEAM offers our undergraduate course modules using the qBraid platform because it's easy for students to start running quantum programs on different kinds of QPUs, right away. It's easy for the instructor to manage the educational materials, provide starter code, and manage QPU credits as their students progress through projects."

Sana

Odeh

NYUAD Clinical Professor of Computer Science

Faculty Liaison for Global Programs of Computer Science at NYU,New York 
"qBraid helped the NYUAD hackathon  empower a new generation of computer scientists with the necessary collaborative, cross-border skills to advance quantum computing capabilities here in Abu Dhabi and ultimately make a positive impact on our society. Leading up to the hackathon the quantum experts and the domain experts held many workshops for the student hackers many of whom were introduced to quantum computing with qBraid for the first time."
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