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T-Systems Creates a Cloud-based Big Data SolutionCompanies now realize that the data passing through their businesses can have strategic value. To help them unlock it, T-Systems launched a new cloud-based big data analysis service, based on the Intel Xeon processor E3 product family.Challenges• Enable big data: T-Systems needed to deploy a cloud-based big data solution for its customers, with minimal operating costsSolutions• Intel®-based servers: T-Systems deployed 95 physical servers based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E3 product family, Intel® Server Board S1200BTLR and 1 Gigabit Intel® Ethernet Converged Network Adapters.• Big data software: Hadoop*, running on the CentOS* operating system, was deployed for big data analysisBusiness Value• New services: T-Systems has extended its offering to existing clients through the launch of the cloud-based big data analysis service, which enables customers to cost-effectively analyze complex and large data sets.• New customers: T-Systems can now work with customers that could not previously afford big data analysis servicesRead the full T-Systems Creates a Cloud-based Big Data Solution Case Study.
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