Quantum Computers in Innsbruck Now Support Qiskit as Quantum Software Tool
(Innovations-Report) The quantum computers in Innsbruck, Austria, by AQT and the University of Innsbruck now support Qiskit, a prominent open-source programming language initially created by IBM and developed by scientist all around the world. Qiskit comes with a wide range of algorithms and applications, which will now be available via the cloud on the Innsbruck quantum devices.
There are only very few quantum programming languages, with Qiskit being the most widely used quantum software development kit. Qiskit includes a large library of algorithms, routines and applications. To date, Qiskit mainly focused on the superconducting platform – which is about to change.
Quantum developers can now, at the push of a button, create and investigate entanglement, develop new quantum algorithms, and implement novel quantum applications on devices of IBM, AQT and the University of Innsbruck.