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How Intel is addressing the Internet of Things

intel.jpgWith the Internet of Things expected to reach 26 billion units by 2020, enterprises must start preparing now for this influx of new data. Learn what solutions Intel is contributing to that will help you manage, secure, analyze, and store massive amounts of information.

Get to know Intel at HP Discover

86518-pic-700y600.jpgHP and Intel have a long and fruitful relationship. Learn how Intel’s technology complements HP solutions, and what’s in the future for these two tech giants in the future.

Reinventing the Business PC Experience

Intel 2.jpgCome and find out how to bridge the gap between what your users want and your IT needs from HP Discover Conference Sponsor, Intel.

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Intel and HP Launching your Data Center into 2014 and Beyond!

Intel 2.jpgIf you are heading to HP Discover in Barcelona, be sure to check out what Intel is saying about Data Centers, the latest tech challenges and opportunities with intelligence performance

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Intel IT’s Big Data Journey

By Ajay Chandramouly, IT Director, Big Data Domain


First, let me begin by addressing why Intel decided to invest in big data in a big way and embark on this journey. We are an IT shop with finite resources. We didn’t do this just because everyone else was talking about it and it sounded cool. Rather we did this for 3 very specific and important reasons: 


  • Performing cost-effective BI in an era of big data to enable competitive advantage
  • Providing the right data in the right form to the right people at the right time
  • Solving high-value business problems with actionable insights in near real time
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