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Expedia: Analisi dei big data

Volare alto: l'agilità aziendale è al centro del viaggio di prima classe Expedia verso il successo

Intel: analisi di big data

Il Big Data Lab di Intel accelera lo sviluppo di città intelligenti, di un'agricoltura connessa e di un'assistenza sanitaria personalizzata

Altibase Improving In-Memory High-Speed Data Processing

Solution Brief: Altibase makes in-memory high-speed processing of large and complex data possible through Intel® Xeon® processor E7 v2 family.

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Big Data Platform: Accelerate Big Data with Intel® Technologies

White Paper: Intel® technologies help scale up Apache Hadoop* clusters and accelerate big data analysis to handle the increasing volume of data.

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IEEL (Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* Simplifies HPC Storage)

Demos HPC cluster remote manageability using Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software, enabling data center monitoring for scalable utilization.

Data Hub Architecture Built on Intel® Technology

A Data Hub Architecture can process multiple data formats in real time to deliver immediate analytics and insights

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Intel and Oracle Extend the Reach of Real-time Analytics

Solution brief: Oracle Exalytics* in-memory machine optimized for Intel® Xeon® processors delivers breakthrough performance for real-time analytics.

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The Data-Driven Enterprise sits on a Foundation of SQL Server* 2014

Solution Brief: SQL Server* 2014 and Intel® Xeon® processors support the data-driven enterprise with in-memory performance and big data integration.

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HIMSS Europe: Experiences and Metrics for Calculating ROI

White Paper: Presents the results of an HIMSS Europe and Intel exercise to uncover the ICT ROI for health organizations and implementation plans.

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Public Cloud vs. Private Cloud vs. Hybrid Cloud

What are the differences between public, private, and hybrid clouds? What can each do, and why are they important?