D-Wave opens up its quantum computer to the Internet

Canadian quantum computing company D-Wave has opened up access to its quantum computer farm through an online portal called the Leap Quantum Application Environment.

Leap allows developers and researchers anywhere in the world to access a live quantum computer over the Internet.

Users can sign up on the online portal by supplying their email address and personal information to register.

After registering on the platform, users will have real-time access to the quantum computing environment, allowing them to play around with the unique opportunities offered by quantum computers.

Speaking to Engadget, D-Wave chief product officer said that anyone with an email address, basic Python knowledge, and familiarity with the Ocean open-source software suite can sign up for the programme.

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D-Wave opens up its quantum computer to the Internet