IBM Quantum

IBM Quantum Services provides access to more than 20 currently available quantum systems (known as backends). IBM’s quantum processors are made up of superconducting transmon qubits, and users can utilize these systems via the universal, gate-based, circuit model of quantum computation. Additionally, users have access to 5 different types of simulators, simulating from 32 up to 5000 qubits to represent different aspects of the quantum backends.

For further OLCF documentation about IBM Quantum, see our IBM Quantum User Guide


IonQ offers access to their cloud quantum computing platform for optimizing, running, and simulating quantum programs. It combines access to their trapped-ion systems via the Quantum Cloud API with web-based tools for inspecting and understanding user’s quantum jobs.

For further OLCF documentation about IonQ, see our IonQ User Guide.


Quantinuum offers access to the Quantinuum System Model H1 family of trapped ion quantum computers and emulators, accessible via their API and User Portal.
Features include, but are not limited to:

  • N ≥ 12 qubit trapped-ion based quantum computer
  • All-to-all connectivity
  • Laser based quantum gates
  • Linear trap Quantum Charge-Coupled Device (QCCD) architecture with three or more parallel gate zones
  • Mid-circuit measurement conditioned circuit branching
  • Qubit reuse after mid-circuit measurement
  • Native gate set: single-qubit rotations, two-qubit ZZ-gates

For further OLCF documentation about Quantinuum, see our Quantinuum User Guide


Rigetti currently offers access to their systems via their Quantum Cloud Services (QCS). With QCS, Rigetti’s quantum processors (QPUs) are tightly integrated with classical computing infrastructure and made available to you over the cloud. Rigetti also provides users with quantum computing example algorithms for optimization, quantum system profiling, and other applications.

A list of available Rigetti systems/QPUs, along with their performance statistics, can be found on the Rigetti Systems Page.

For further OLCF documentation about Rigetti, see our Rigetti User Guide