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Amazon sees quantum computers as key to the future of AWS.
In 2019, the big tech co partnered with startups to launch a quantum service on AWS called Amazon Braket. It's positioning this service as an accessible way for organizations to begin experimenting with quantum computers.
This week, Amazon announced the launch of a new research center — the AWS Center for Quantum Networking.
Amazon envisions a world where quantum devices are connected together in a quantum network, like how the internet connects our devices today.
These networks could enable more secure global communications, among other applications — but much hardware and software development is needed to get there.
Read about Amazon’s quantum computing strategy in detail here.