Guo Guangcan, a renowned Chinese physicist from a university in east China’s Anhui province, and his team have released a cloud platform for quantum computing, Anhui Daily reported Tuesday, citing local authorities.
The APP platform will allow cellphone users to perform quantum computing and write quantum software.
Quantum computing is computing using quantum-mechanical phenomena.
The team launched 32-qubit quantum computing cloud service in January and achieved a 64-qubit simulation of quantum circuit in February, breaking the world record set by IBM.
The APP is only available to Android users for the present, the team said, adding that they are trying to develop other versions as soon as possible.
Compared to the previous mobile web version, the APP further improves adaptability in the process of quantum programming. It is not hard even for quantum laymen, said the team.
Guang Guangcan, who works with the University of Science and Technology of China (USTC), has dedicated himself to quantum information, communication and optic for many years.
cnanhui, 2018-04-03, http://english.anhuinews.com/system/2018/04/03/007840383.shtml
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