Unlock healthcare insights with graph analytics software, a powerful way to visualize and identify meaningful relationships from large data sets.
David Zirl, healthcare solutions strategist at Dell, describes cloud-based unified clinical archive and mobile clinical computing solutions.
David Zirl, healthcare solutions strategist at Dell, describes its unified clinical archive, a secure, cloud-based medical image repository, and mobile clinical computing solution, providing session mobility for physicians, nurses, and clinicians.Full View >
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 >
SAS CEO Jim Goodnight speaks at Analytics 2013 about SAS’s commodity hardware, such as servers, racks, blades, and their Intel® Xeon® processors.
SAS CEO Jim Goodnight speaks at Analytics 2013 Conference, discussing SAS’s commodity hardware, such as servers, racks, blades, and the Intel® Xeon® processor inside.Full View >
Tablets help California VNA make patient care easier and more efficient.
Joining Dell and Intel, Arizona State University creates a Next Generation Cyber Capability to advance big data and accelerate results in healthcare.
In partnership with Dell and Intel, Arizona State University has created a Next Generation Cyber Capability (NGCC) to advance big data and high performance computing research, as well as to accelerate results in the healthcare industry.Full View >
OHSU’s Brian Druker and others discuss its collaboration with Intel to create tools optimized for sequencing genomes and personalizing cancer care.
At OHSU’s Knight Cancer Institute, Intel is helping enable greater genomic understanding with new tools to speed the discovery of cancer treatment.
Panelists discuss transforming mobile health services using examples from Brazil and Spain, where digitization of records, care, and more is underway.
Philips uses Intel® technology to improve radiology imaging for pediatrics with better scan quality and imaging time, and lower radiation exposure.
Philips and Intel help kids be kids with advances in radiology imaging for pediatric care by improving CT scan quality, reducing imaging time, and lowering radiation exposure through innovative hardware and software powered by Intel® technology.Full View >