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Evaluating in-memory computing performance in big data analytics

NTT Data demonstrates superior performance of Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family in heavy load evaluation

Data Center Efficiency Dell Glasgow Games Case Study

Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games implements end-to-end IT solution from Dell powered by Intel® Xeon® and Intel® Core™ processors.

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Securing chip, cloud and computer - Intel, Acer and VASCO

Intel, Acer and VASCO deliver two-factor authentication

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The Evolution of the Enterprise Client Experience

How Ultrabook™ devices address evolving enterprise needs.

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Mobile Customer Service at the Bus Stop

Case Study: With a Windows 8* app, Sacramento Regional Transit District uses operational data to provide customer self-service on mobile devices.

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Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company Goes Paperless

Case Study: Intel® Core™ i5 processor and Windows* 8-based tablets help Meiji Yasuda Life Insurance Company go paperless and improve communications.

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Engaging Students with Anytime, Anywhere Learning

Case Study: Northern Michigan University enables anytime, anywhere learning with Ultrabook™ 2 in 1 systems for enhanced student-teacher collaboration.

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Unified Information System Enhances Mobile Productivity

Case Study: Mental health agency increases mobile productivity using a tablet-based unified information system that cuts costs and improves services.

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Inca Local Hospital Mobilizes High-Quality Care

Case Study: Inca Local Hospital improves patient care and gets anytime, anywhere access to medical info with Intel® Core™ i5 processor-based tablets.

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Aviva Boosts Productivity with Ultrabook™ Devices

Case Study: Insurer Aviva trials Intel® Core™ processor-based Ultrabook™ devices with Windows 8* for enhanced user experience and IT manageability.

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