Discover how Intel is turning differences into strengths by focusing on global diversity and inclusion using workforce demographics, strategic initiatives, and employee research groups to create a competitive strategy for the global marketplace.
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.
Solution Brief: Intel and SAP are using HTML5 to efficiently bring SAP Business ByDesign* apps to multiple platforms. By using HTML5, SAP was able to reduce the time to port apps between platforms from weeks to just days.
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.
Princess Cruise Lines uses Intel® Core™ vPro™ processors to remotely manage 6,000 enterprise PCs, helping Princess IT leaders to reduce downtime and costs, streamline management, and improve productivity.
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.