Quantum Computing Service
The platform enabling researchers to access beyond-classical computational resources
We are advancing the state of the art in quantum algorithms and applications by granting access to Google’s quantum computing hardware. With the Quantum Computing Service, researchers with approved projects can run quantum programs remotely on Google’s latest quantum processors like Sycamore with 50+ qubits.
import cirq import sympy sampler = cirq.google.get_engine_sampler( project_id=PROJECT_ID, processor_id=PROCESSOR_ID, gate_set_name='sqrt_iswap') circuit = cirq.Circuit( cirq.XPowGate(exponent=sympy.Symbol('t'))(cirq.GridQubit(5,4)), cirq.measure(cirq.GridQubit(5,4), key='meas')) rabi_sweep = cirq.Linspace('t', start=0, stop=1, length=20) results = sampler.run_sweep(circuit, repetitions=1000,params=rabi_sweep) for t in range(20): print(results[t].histogram(key='meas'))
We are dedicated to cultivating an open and inclusive community to build software for near term quantum computers, and we welcome contributions from the community.
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