Diane Bryant, Data Center Group, presents the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family launch keynote, discussing real time analytics for business.
Senior Vice President of the Data Center Group Diane Bryant presents the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family launch keynote, discussing how it will help real time analytics lead to business insights.Full View >
Video: Eric Dishman discusses megatrends driving the healthcare system and Intel's computing technologies and solutions to support care.
Intel IT’s David Schaefer discusses the value of data visualization tools for users and for IT and the future of visualization in the enterprise.
Intel strategist Linda Feldt highlights five key findings from a 2013 peer research report on big data analytics.
Scalable Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family-based servers provide the performance needed to analyze massive amounts of data for real-time insight.
Four IT managers discuss virtual desktop management models for four industries: financial services, education, healthcare, and general office.
Alan Gates describes how the Apache Pig* programming language and execution framework makes it easy to create Apache MapReduce* applications.
Alan Gates describes how the Apache Pig* high-level data flow programming language and execution framework makes it easy to create Apache MapReduce applications. Part of the Intel® IT Center’s Apache Hadoop* Community Spotlight series.Full View >
SAP HANA* big data solutions with Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software help stadiums identify and solve customer complaints in real-time.
Intel® technology expands health care options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with video conferencing.
Mark Blatt, Intel’s worldwide medical director, explains how Intel® technology expands healthcare options by strengthening information security and enhancing doctor/patient interaction with multi-way video conferencing and streaming medical data.Full View >
John Hengeveld uses real-life example to explain how computers help cure diseases with simulated experiments that provide more results in less time.