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Amazon Braket adds support for Borealis, the first publicly accessible quantum computer that is claimed to offer quantum advantage


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Amazon Braket, the quantum computing service from AWS, adds support for Borealis, a new photonic quantum processing unit (QPU) from Xanadu. The Borealis device is the first publicly available quantum computer that is claimed to have achieved quantum advantage: the technical milestone when a quantum computer outperforms the world’s fastest supercomputers on a well-defined task, in a peer-reviewed study published in the journal of Nature. Until now, none of the devices that have been claimed to demonstrate quantum advantage have been accessible to the public, but for the first time, customers can test a quantum advantage claim for themselves on Amazon Braket while also exploring potential applications for this technology.

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