Intel and the OHSU Knight Cancer Institute use collaborative analytics and genomic analysis via the cloud to develop personalized treatment plans.
See how Intel and the Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU) Knight Cancer Institute are using collaborative analytics via the cloud to increase the speed and cost-effectiveness of developing a personalized treatment plan.Full View >
A single Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 for healthcare costs less than two devices when comparing the three-year costs for support, software, IT, and security.
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 >
John Hengeveld uses real-life example to explain how computers help cure diseases with simulated experiments that provide more results in less time.
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.
Accelrys and Diagnomics executives discuss how they help organizations improve new medical therapies through better science using Intel® technology.
Accelrys and Diagnomics executives discuss how they help healthcare organizations improve new medical therapies in predictive sciences and better modeling and simulation using Intel® technology.Full View >
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 >
Life sciences researchers discuss next-gen genome sequencing for personalized medicine on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family.
Big data and life sciences researchers discuss accelerating the generation, transmission, and storage of complex data on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v3 product family for next-generation human genome sequencing and personalized medicine.Full View >
World Health Organization panel, including Intel Board of Director’s Jane Shaw, discusses cultural and economic shifts happening as populations age.