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Using Graph Analytics in Big Data for Healthcare

Unlock healthcare insights with graph analytics software, a powerful way to visualize and identify meaningful relationships from large data sets.

Intel® Scalable System Architecture Specification

This specification for high performance computing systems enables a high degree of commonality and interoperability between systems.

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Intel® Scalable System Framework Reference Design

This Intel® SSF Reference Design includes Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v4 product family and Intel® OPA, and uses the OpenHPC software stack.

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Precision Medical Analytics and the Collaborative Cancer Cloud

Learn how deploying a private cloud is enabling precision medicine and precision medical analytics to fuel advances in fighting cancer.

Wearable Medical Devices, Big Data & Parkinson’s Disease Research

Learn how wearable medical devices are advancing Parkinson’s research through the collection and analysis of data that has never been seen before.

Healthcare Cloud Infrastructure at Johnson & Johnson

The healthcare cloud infrastructure in place at Johnson & Johnson offers agility and improved healthcare outcomes.

Collaborative Analytics for Personalized Cancer Care

Intel and the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute use collaborative analytics and genomic analysis via the cloud to develop personalized treatment plans.

University Health Database Migration Reduces TCO: Infographic

University Health’s database migration to an open standards-based architecture helped lower TCO and boosts performance and flexibility.

Case Study: Cutting Epic and Caché* TCO at University Health

See how the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family is helping University Health cut total cost of ownership (TCO) for its Epic and Caché* deployment.

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Using Wearable Technology to Advance Parkinson's Research

Describes Intel's collaboration with the Michael J. Fox Foundation on a Parkinson's research solution using wearable technology.

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