InterSystems Caché 2015.1 triples the database accesses/sec on Epic EMR workloads with the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family
InterSystems Caché 2015.1 demonstrates triple the global references per second (GREFs) on Epic EMR workloads moving from the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family to the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family
Case Study: HackensackUMC standardizes databases on an Intel®-based virtualized environment for performance and scale to reduce TCO and speed ROI.
Case Study: HackensackUMC standardizes and migrates to an Intel® technology-based virtualized environment for Epic EHR and Caché* database, delivering affordable performance and economies of scale to help reduce TCO and speed ROI.
Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai boosts billing efficiency, capacity, and performance with Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.
Case Study: China Mobile Shanghai improves billing efficiency, capacity, and overall system performance and reliability while reducing operating costs by migrating to an Intel® Xeon® processor E7-based cloud computing platform.
Peer Research: Intel’s IT manager survey on how organizations are approaching mission-critical application migration.
Insights from an Intel IT Center survey of 200 IT managers on how they’re approaching data center modernization and moving mission-critical workloads from RISC/UNIX* systems to Intel-based architecture running Linux* or Windows* operating systems.
Planning Guide: Provides guidance and steps to migrate mission-critical workloads from RISC/UNIX* to Intel® processor-based x86 architecture.
Planning Guide: Provides guidance and steps to migrate mission-critical workloads from RISC or UNIX* to Linux* or Windows* operating systems running on Intel® Xeon® processor-based x86 architecture.
Migrating from RISC platforms onto Intel® technologies helps a Canadian agency increase Oracle Database* performance and reduce operating costs.
Migrating from RISC platforms onto Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family-based servers is expected to boost database performance by 100 percent and reduce annual operating costs by more than 80 percent for the British Columbia Assessment Authority.