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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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Intel® Architecture Enhances Loan-Processing Efficiency

Case Study: Fullerton India powers its loan-processing services with Intel® technology that improves response time and lowers cost of operation.

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Virtualizing Mission Critical Applications

Intel IT has a goal of virtualizing up to 75 percent of our office and enterprise computing environments.

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Staying Committed to Server Refresh Reduces Cost

Brief: Intel IT discovers server refresh delays increase operational cost by USD 19 million.

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Next-Generation Mission Critical IT: Modernizing Your Environment

Intel® IT Center webinar—Next-Generation Mission Critical IT: Migrate your mission-critical deployments to keep important workloads up and running.

Alinean Analysis: Lowering TCO by Migrating to SUSE Linux*

White paper features migration to SUSE Linux* from Novell for SAP on IBM eX5 Enterprise Systems* and servers with Intel® Xeon® 7500 series processors.

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Reliability: Intel® Xeon® Processors on Dell PowerEdge* Servers

Dell PowerEdge* with Intel® Xeon® processors supports database, enterprise and customer resources, virtualization, and intelligence applications.

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Cisco Unified Computing System*: A Powerful, Simplified, and Flexible Alternative to RISC Computing

Product Brief: Cisco Unified Computing System* powered by Intel® Xeon® processors, platform that delivers on both RISC and x86 architectures.

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SAP and Intel Video: SAP In-Memory Appliance*

The video shows Intel and SAP co-innovation related to bringing this leadership solution to market exclusively on the Intel® Xeon® processor platform.

Cambridge University Uses Solar Energy to Deploy Eco Vehicles

Case study: Cambridge University Eco Racing uses solar energy and Intel® Solid-State Drives for an eco-friendly vehicle for the World Solar Challenge.

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