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Amazon Braket’s Richard Moulds on parametric compilation and classical-quantum interplay

By Dan O'Shea posted 05 Oct 2023

Since launching in August 2020, the Amazon Braket service from Amazon Web Services has been one of the key providers of quantum computing as a cloud-based managed service, making available to the masses machines from Rigetti Computing, IonQ, Oxford Quantum Circuits, QuEra, and several others.

In recent months, Amazon has been quietly working to upgrade performance for Braket users. Richard Moulds, general manager of Amazon Braket, recently spoke with IQT PRO about those improvements, and how the company is helping its users to align classical and quantum computing resources.

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