Quantum Cloud made available by Bristol University

The University of Bristol has announced the launch of a project designed to offer access to a quantum computing resource in the cloud.

Qcloud will allow researchers, academics and interested members of the public to access a quantum simulator based on the technology. If the experiment on the simulator is a success they can submit the experiment to run on actual hardware at the university.

The simulator is built on Google App Engine, but any projects that run on the actual hardware will use the university’s own in-house servers that have access to its two-qubit quantum processor.

Visit the Qcloud home page.

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