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Scan Large Data Volumes Fast with Hyperscan Open-Source Software

Presentation: Hyperscan is an open-source software pattern matching library that is ideal for applications that scan large data volumes at high speed.

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 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® Atom™ Processor E3800 Product Family TXE Firmware: Guide

This guide covers building the firmware image for the Intel® Atom™ processor E3800 product family. (v.1.3, Oct. 2014)

CRB for Intel® Pentium® and Celeron® Processors N3000: Layout File

Layout: Describes use of the Intel® Pentium® and Celeron® processors N3000 customer reference board. (v.1.5, Mar. 2015)

Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series: BSDL File

BSDL File: Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series. (v.0.7, May, 2011)

Intel® Communications Chipset 8900, 8903, and 8910: Thermal Guide

Thermal design guide specifications for the Intel® Communications Chipset 8900, 8903, and 8910 and reference solutions. (v.2.2, Jan. 2014)

Intel® Communications Chipset 8900 Series: Datasheet

Electrical characteristics, major features and an architectural overview of the Intel® Communications Chipset 8900 Series. (v.2.5, Feb. 2014)

Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series Margin for DMI: Note

Intel® Communications Chipset 89xx Series: Margin for Direct Media Interface (DMI) Application Note (v.1, Mar. 2014).