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Big Data Analytics: Intelligence Begins with Intel

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.

Cloud Computing Solutions from Intel

Explore cloud computing solutions built on Intel®-based technology. Learn the fundamentals, plan your solution, and decide on the technology you need.

Intel® True Scale Fabric Cable Products

Tested for performance, reliability, and signal integrity, Intel® True Scale Fabric Cables exceed IBTA* standards and lead BER performance.

Architecting a High Performance Lustre Storage Solution

This guide illustrates how to design fast, scalable storage solutions for data intensive computing.

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Intel® Xeon Phi™ Product Family: Product Brief

Product Brief: The Intel® Xeon Phi™ product family enhances the performance of highly parallel applications, while maintaining a unified environment.

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Intel® Xeon® Processors Help CGG Improve Seismic Modeling Accuracy

Case Study: Geoscience company CGG improves the accuracy of its seismic modeling for upstream oil and gas reservoirs with enhanced HPC clusters.

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Mobile Apps Give Baseball Fans the VIP Treatment

Mobile apps for baseball fans crunch big data for an interactive experience, from in-game analysis and instantaneous replay to concession sales.

Real-Time Big Data Analytics for the Enterprise

White Paper: Get in-memory big data management with predictable speeds with Terracotta BigMemory Max* and Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2-based servers.

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REALTECH Enables Big Data Analytics on Mobile: Case Study

Case Study: REALTECH’s planned SAP services use SAP HANA* and the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family to enable big data analytics on mobile devices.

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High Performance Servers

A server based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2697 v3 was much faster than servers based on processors from earlier generations of the same family.

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