Intel helps you learn about big data analytics, get help planning for it, and decide on the technology and solutions you need to make it happen.
Intel helps you use big data with software, technology, and tools built for the demands of big data–intensive projects. We can help you learn about it, plan for it, and decide on the technology and solutions you need to make it happen.
Case Study: Madrid Health Service improves performance, reduces costs, and increases flexibility by migrating from RISC architecture to Fujitsu PRIMERGY* servers with Intel® Xeon® processors E7-8870 and E5-5500 to support critical applications.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich discusses the importance of the Cloudera collaboration, bringing an enterprise-ready big data platform to the mainstream.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich talks about the equity investment and importance of the technology collaboration between Intel and Cloudera Technology, bringing an enterprise-ready platform to the mainstream for impactful big data solutions.Full View >
Improve your business value using big data analytics resources on the fundamentals, planning and implementation, and recommended products.
Make informed decisions that can improve your business value using these resources for big data analytics, including a video on the fundamentals, planning and implementation white papers, and recommended Intel® products.
Diane Bryant, Data Center Group, presents the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family launch keynote, discussing real time analytics for business.
Senior Vice President of the Data Center Group Diane Bryant presents the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family launch keynote, discussing how it will help real time analytics lead to business insights.Full View >
Discover resources to help you plan your big data projects, including guides, white papers, case studies, and more.
To plan your big data project, identify the right opportunity, assess environment, map requirements, and identify technical needs. Intel provides practical planning guides, white papers, case studies, and more.
White Paper: An Oregon Medicaid experiment seeks more control over healthcare inflation, improved quality of care, and greater coordination.
White Paper: An Oregon Medicaid movement toward coordinated care organizations seeks more control over healthcare inflation, improved quality of care, and greater flexibility through systematic reform of fee-for-service models.