Infographic: eHarmony builds a robust cloud environment with Cloudera* software and Intel® Xeon® processors to make more, happier matches.
Infographic: eHarmony builds a robust cloud environment with Cloudera* software and Intel® Xeon® processors to make more, happier matches and gain a competitive edge for the future.
Register to attend the 2015 IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Spain and get access to exhibits and sessions from tech and industry experts.
Register to attend the 2015 IoT Solutions World Congress in Barcelona, Spain and get access to exhibits and sessions from experts in technology and industrial markets focused on the Internet of Things for vertical industries.
Brief: Improve meeting productivity with Intel® Pro Wireless Projection for a secure, private connection between devices and enabled projectors.
Solution Brief: Discusses how to improve productivity and collaboration in meetings by using Intel® Pro Wireless Projection, which provides a secure, private, and easy-to-use connection between devices and enabled projectors and televisions.
Highlights benefits of big data, with an example of virtual simulation used to integrate automotive design and engineering for superior performance.
Episode 1 of "At the Intersection" focuses on benefits of big data, with an example of how large amounts of data collected from virtual simulation are used to integrate automotive design and engineering for enhanced vehicle detail and performance.Full View >
Mobile apps for baseball fans crunch big data for an interactive experience, from in-game analysis and instantaneous replay to concession sales.
Mobile apps developed by MLB Advanced Media crunch big data so baseball fans can enjoy their favorite pastime as an interactive experience, from pitch-by-pitch analysis and instantaneous replay to fantasy leagues and online concession sales.Full View >
Introducing big data, what it is, why you should care, and how organizations can take advantage to uncover insight and big competitive impact.
The results of a 2013 survey of 200 U.S-based IT managers provide insights into how organizations are using big data analytics today, and their plans for using big data by 2016. This survey also compares against 2012 results on the same topic.