The qBraid team is excited to announce it’s sponsoring the NYUAD Hackathon for Social Good as a quantum computing solution provider.
Participants can leverage qBraid Lab to develop and execute quantum algorithms on quantum computers, such as “Lucy” from Oxford Quantum Circuits.
“qBraid is proud to play a key role in the first quantum computing hackathon in the Middle East and is excited to establish strong ties with NYUAD to accelerate quantum computing across the globe,” said Kanav Setia, founder and CEO of qBraid.
While most quantum computing services require setting up storage, identity, and security in a cloud environment, qBraid users can effortlessly connect to various quantum hardware including IonQ, Rigetti, and Oxford Quantum Circuits, with a single command line on qBraid Lab (a cloud-based jupyter IDE).
In addition to the turn-key solution by qBraid Lab, tutorials and demos of various quantum computing languages (Braket, Pennylane, Cirq, Qiskit) are also accessible and runnable on qBraid Lab with no pip or conda installation. Operating with a cloud-native SaaS architect, qBraid offers its 4,000 users pay-as-you-go access to quantum hardwares, further augmenting the quantum developer experience on qBraid.