Open-source emulator of programmable neutral-atom arrays
The state-of-the-art open-source emulator of programmable neutral-atom arrays

Bloqade enables benchmarking and algorithmic design, incorporating the core strengths of neutral-atom arrays for quantum computing. Accounting for features such as flexible processor geometry, multi-qubit connectivity, and analog operation modes, it is both flexible and powerful. Once the algorithm is ready, Bloqade can be used to easily deploy it for execution on a quantum computer.


  • Flexible and high-performance benchmarking of continuous quantum algorithms (using analog computing mode) for analyzing phase transitions, adiabatic state preparation, and other dynamic quantum phenomena.

  • High-end performance with support for CUDA and integration with high-performance computing resources such as Amazon Web Services.

  • Built-in features to easily deploy different processor geometries, qubit connectivity, and functional drives.

Screenshot from Bloqade - an open-source emulator of neutral atom interactions
Bloqade interface

Get Started

Bloqade can be accessed in two ways:
Option 1.  Access Bloqade on Amazon Braket to leverage their HPC cluster for simulation

Option 2. Download Bloqade on GitHub and run it on your computer.
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