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Case Study: Kingdom Stock and Intel: Meeting Stock Market Needs

Kingdom Stock Transaction System support with a reliable, secure, high-performance solution based on the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family.

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Enhancing Postal Service* Efficiency

Analyzing big data using a supercomputer with Intel® Xeon® processors helps the USPS streamline operations, reduce costs, and increase revenues.

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Thesys Technologies Video: Extreme Speed, Extreme Throughput

Thesys Technologies uses the Intel® Xeon® processors 5500 series for its trading platform, improving throughput and lowering latency.

COSMOS: Exploring the Origins of the Universe

Video: The COSMOS Consortium at the University of Cambridge uses a supercomputer powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor 7500 series.

High-Performance Computing for Silicon Design

White Paper: Tapeout is a final step in silicon design and its computation demand is growing exponentially for each generation of silicon process technology.

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How to Self-Provision with Intel® vPro™ Technology

Intel IT created a tool using Intel® vPro™ technology that allows employees to self-provision their systems over the WLAN.

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Using Apache Hadoop* for Context-Aware Recommender Systems

Intel IT’s context-aware recommender system (CARS) addresses big data predictive analytics challenges.

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Anixter International Keeps Orders Flowing

Case Study: IBM DB2 pureScale* on Intel® processor based IBM System x servers helps Anixter* provide uninterrupted data access for applications.

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Business Netbook - Evaluating Netbooks for use in the Enterprise

Intel IT’s study suggests business netbooks potentially could become companion devices that employees use while traveling, in meetings, and at home.

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What is 64-bit Mobile Computing?

Get 64-bit mobile basics to see if upgrading makes sense; the platform can process twice as much data, but also requires a 64-bit OS and applications.