Get to know the world's first full-stack, open cloud quantum computing ecosystem
Experience quantum impact—today
Quantum computing presents unprecedented possibilities to solve society's most complex challenges. Microsoft is committed to responsibly turning these possibilities into reality—for the betterment of humanity and the planet.
Over decades of research and development, Microsoft has achieved advancements across every layer of the quantum stack—including software, applications, devices, and controls—and is delivering true impact today through quantum-inspired classical computing.
The Microsoft approach to quantum
Microsoft takes a comprehensive approach to delivering all the technology needed to enable commercial impact with quantum—encompassing everything from development to deployment. This approach innovates in parallel at all layers of the computing stack, including controls, software, and development tools and services. It also includes major ongoing focus to develop the topological qubit to help make scalable, stable quantum computing a reality.
The Azure Quantum open cloud ecosystem
Find everything you need to accelerate your application development and quantum computing growth in a single place: including quantum software, hardware, and solutions from Microsoft and partners, as well as learning resources for developers, researchers, and students. Find pre-built optimization solvers that borrow from quantum principles running on classical resources, and write quantum algorithms designed to run on quantum hardware.
Start using Azure Quantum
Bring quantum apps to life with the quantum development kit for the Q# quantum programming language and Azure Quantum. In this open-source kit, you'll find tools to formulate and run optimization problems on large-scale or hardware-accelerated Azure compute resources, as well as for developing durable quantum applications for quantum hardware.Get the quantum development kit
For more information on getting started watch the Azure Quantum Developer Workshop series on demand for free:
Get access to some of the most diverse quantum resources available today—including optimization solvers and quantum hardware—with applications for a wide range of industries. There are two ways to start your quantum journey today:
- Join the Microsoft Quantum Network by collaborating directly with Microsoft through the Enterprise Acceleration Program—and start developing your quantum solution.
- Join the Azure Quantum public preview to get access to the latest quantum technologies and solutions from Microsoft and partners.
From breakthroughs in physics and nanomaterials to seamless integration with Azure and familiar developer tools, Microsoft is committed to making quantum computing opportunities a reality for researchers: empowering them to potentially solve some of the world's most complex scientific problems in just hours or days instead of the years it would take with classical computing.
Grow your quantum skills
Join the growing global community of experts, enthusiasts, and quantum computing companies by learning the fundamentals of quantum computing concepts, operations, and Q# programming. Get started with a wide variety of learning resources for developers, researchers, and students, including free, self-paced Microsoft Learn courses and open-source GitHub katas.
Read the latest Microsoft Quantum research, news, and blogs
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Read about pioneering quantum hardware that allows for controlling up to thousands of qubits at cryogenic temperatures.
Read the article about Azure Quantum's new solver offerings.
Read about new support in Azure Quantum for major quantum Python SDKs including Qiskit and Cirq.
Read about the new Azure Quantum Credits program that provides up to $10,000 of credits to use on Azure Quantum partner hardware.
Read how companies and application partners are opening up new avenues of research using Azure Quantum and watch our Build 2021 session.
Find job listings with the Microsoft quantum computing research teams.