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UrFU and Intel—Partners in High Performance Computing

Case Study: See how Intel® Parallel Studio Cluster Edition is helping enrich the high-performance computing curriculum at Ural Federal University.

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Using Graph Analytics in Big Data for Healthcare

Unlock healthcare insights with graph analytics software, a powerful way to visualize and identify meaningful relationships from large data sets.

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.

Intel Reference Architecture–A Scaling Study in Genomics

White Paper: This scaling study demonstrates how Intel Reference Architecture can be used to perform analysis on big genome sequencing datasets.

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Predictive Analytics Help Hospital Reduce Patient Length-of-Stay

Use Case: See how Intel is helping a large hospital group by using predictive analytics with Cloudera to accurately predict patient length-of-stay.

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Intel® Xeon® Processor E7 v4 Family Software Solutions

Explore Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v4 family software solutions for big data analytics, enterprise databases, financial services, and more.

Life Sciences: Accelerating Precision Medicine

Explore life sciences solutions based on Intel® technology that help revolutionize personalized medicine and tailor treatments to individual patients.

All In One Day Precision Medicine for Cancer Patients

Transformative tools such as Cromwell and GenomicsDB help address obstacles facing "All in One Day" precision medicine for targeted cancer treatments.

Meet the Key Players with CORAL Bios

Meet the key players and read short bios about the background and accomplishments of Argonne's, Cray's, and Intel's leaders in the CORAL project.

The Path to Aurora

Get a sneak peek at the future of scientific discovery with the Aurora supercomputer, built in collaboration with Intel, Argonne, and Cray Inc.