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Home Health reference design details for development of low-power, low-cost, high-performance platforms include overview, block diagram, and specs.
Wireless personal area network (PAN) reference design details include overview, interactive block diagram, and specifications.
White Paper: RENCI utilizes Intel® technology and Hadoop* to provide the IT infrastructure to turn big data into lab insight and clinical therapy.
As medical imaging and medical devices share more data, Intel works with manufacturers on security, performance, and integrated graphics processing.
Produce a scalable, secure cloud based on today’s enterprise IT requirements.
Patients need care teams to communicate, collaborate and plan—often across organizational boundaries.
White Paper: InterSystems HealthShare* data centers provides healthcare IT with power management, data management, and deployment flexibility.
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researchers combine computer science, biology, and medicine to advance disease treatment and prevention.
White Paper: Describes advantages of Aspera technology for ultra-high-speed data transfer in virtualized computing environments typical of the cloud.
Success Brief: Infanta Leonor Hospital pilots mobile access with Intel®-based tablets and Windows 8*, boosting care efficiency and staff interaction.
Solution Brief: Cisco UCS* delivers secure performance and scalability for enterprise systems with Intel® Distribution for Apache Hadoop* software.
Smaller and faster processors, powering healthcare innovation.
Case Study: Carestream Health reduces management costs with an Ethernet-based datacenter that merges server and storage hardware.
Case Study: DuPont builds private cloud infrastructure using Intel® Trusted Execution Technology to support growth and increase data center security.
Intel’s Stage 3 recommendations to the U.S. Health IT Policy Committee on the meaningful use definition of handling electronic records for health IT.
IT infrastructure for pediatric health care improves patient/provider interaction by allowing clinicians to quickly manage medical information.
Solution Brief: Derive Technologies implements an Intel®-based VMware ESX* architecture for virtualization, maximizing performance and cost savings.
Healthcare programs provide technology and resources emerging countries need to provide better care at a lower cost to more people.
Case Study: The SoloHealth* self-service kiosk lets consumers screen vision, BP, BMI and overall health in seven minutes or less.
Case Study: In remote areas, exams can be conducted with one camera at the patient’s location and another with the treatment specialist.
Intel® architecture provides wireless, critical-business applications with data acquisition, transfer capabilities needed simultaneously.