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Case Study: Supporting its HPC clusters and expanding private cloud, Duke uses the Intel® Xeon® technology with Intel® Turbo Boost Technology 2.0.
When you prepare your students with digital skills and knowledge for the modern world, it brings innovation, growth, and success on a societal level. Hammersmith Academy in London is re-setting the bar for everyone.
A smart health vehicle developed at the University of Kansas uses Intel® technology-based tablets and the Intel® IoT Gateway to help nurse practitioners address the critical shortage of primary care providers in rural America.
Case Study: The Universidad de Cantabria, with a supercomputing solution based on IBM System x* servers and Intel® Xeon® processors, supports high-performance computing for complex projects at the university and for the European scientific community.
Case Study: The National Institute for Computational Sciences helps researchers optimize HPC application performance with a cluster based on the Intel® Xeon Phi™ coprocessor to solve larger, more complex problems while controlling costs.
Case Study: City of Liverpool College faculty employ BYOD consumerization in education using Intel® Atom™ processor-based Windows* 8 Pro tablets to teach more efficiently, delivering productive and inspirational instruction for greater learning.
At Intel, we have the tools to help you choose the right technology for education—from assessment to selection—to guide student success.
The Singapore Institute of Technology adopts a virtualized educational model with servers running on Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family.