(InsideHPC) Quantum Computing Inc. (OTCQB: QUBT) (QCI) today announced that QCI’s Qatalyst constrained optimization is now available as a Software as a Service (SaaS) on Amazon Web Services, Inc. (AWS), for both classical and quantum computers. The SaaS service eliminates the need for complex quantum programming. It empowers subject matter experts (SMEs) to submit their complex optimization problems to Qatalyst, which leverages the power of quantum-ready computational software on classical processors to provide solutions. Users can also submit smaller problems to a variety of quantum processing units (QPUs) via Amazon Braket, using the exact same API with no quantum expertise required. As QPUs scale to support production usage, SMEs can submit the exact same problem to Qatalyst for hybrid classical/quantum or pure quantum processing.
QCI is working closely with AWS technology to ensure that Qatalyst delivers the best possible experience for classical users and workflows as they leverage quantum techniques and resources. Today, the Qatalyst SaaS service delivers quantum-ready constrained optimization, accelerating and improving the accuracy and diversity of results on classical systems. It can accept constrained optimization problems, as well as graph models, for computation. It also includes seamless access to QPUs via Amazon Braket, including D-Wave, IonQ, and Rigetti.
Qatalyst SaaS gives users straightforward access to the software and hardware needed to drive computational results. Users or workflows simply employ one of the Qatalyst API’s six calls to submit today’s problems, with no new programming or changes to the problems.