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In April 2010, Intel defined a multi-year data center transformation strategy: to run Intel data center services like a factory, affecting change in a disciplined manner and applying breakthrough technologies, solutions, and processes. Our strategy has enabled us to achieve world-recognized leadership in data center asset utilization efficiency while delivering quality of service and the lowest ...continue reading Data Center Transformation Drives Millions in Business Value
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Infusing business analytics based apps with AI isn’t easy. Today the world of AI is quite disconnected from the world of business analytics today. To converge the two, you need to master the entire AI pipeline, from data wrangling to …
The concise answer to the question posed in the title is: not exactly. Blockchain is certainly not a panacea or silver bullet that will magically address all interoperability woes. However, blockchains will provide opportunities to significantly move the needle in a positive way in terms of improving healthcare interoperability. Consider the Healthcare Blockchain Overview diagram ...continue reading Will Blockchains Deliver Healthcare Interoperability?
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Are you an Oracle In-Memory customer but have not yet got around to unleashing its potential for blazingly fast analytics? Do you want to ensure you are targeting the right use case scenarios and getting the best bang for the buck? Do you need a helping hand from an expert to ensure early success of your initial deployment?What
Oracle In-Memory, introduced in Oracle 12c, can supercharge your reporting and analytics workloads. It is super easy to use and get started with, and requires no changes to your application. However, it is important to target the right use cases and workloads to maximize your performance results. So a little guidance can’t hurt.…
McKinsey recently issued another must-read paper for retail technologists. I urge you to spend time with the chart on slide two. Serious, what-do-we-do-now time. Seven core value propositions are listed for the store. These are the value propositions through which brands differentiate themselves, that win and lose retail shoppers. In McKinsey’s opinion, Amazon has conquered ...continue reading Latest Should Make Us All Nervous
With data volumes growing at a whopping 62 percent CAGR, it’s easy to see why some organizations are worried about keeping up. They’re trying to process and analyze bigger and more complicated problems, which increasingly stresses their computing resources. Eventually, you hit the…
Whenever industries transform, businesses have to redefine themselves. We’ve seen plenty of this in the retail industry recently, with many retailers turning to new retail technologies to help them keep up with customer demands and market shifts. This new tech is not only helping retailers please customers, it’s also changing the way supply chains function. ...continue reading Retail Redefined with the IoT, AI, and Video
Intel’s Chief Data Scientist, Bob Rogers, outlines the common misconceptions held about advanced analytics by business users and decision makers and explains why they are untrue. I spend a lot of time speaking to Intel customers and others in the IT industry about analytics, and I’m often surprised about some of the misapprehensions out there. ...continue reading Busting analytics myths and misconceptions
We talk plenty about legacy hardware, but right now the world of SSDs is grappling with legacy design. Within two years, however, a majority of data center SDDs on the market will look less like a box or plug and more like a ruler. The new Intel "ruler" form factor SSDs are literally about to become ...continue reading Intel’s New Ruler Form Factor: The Shape of the Future
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