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Amplify DB2* Performance with IBM and Intel® Innovations: BriefIBM DB2* 10.5 running on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family delivers high performance, flexibility, and cost savingsBig data offers tremendous potential for generating new insights, optimizing customer interactions, and facilitating decisions that propel businesses forward. But to capitalize on big data, many organizations need to rethink the way they use and view information. They need new ways to analyze and manage the large volume and variety of information they are collecting. They need solutions that improve transaction performance and accelerate query results to capture time-sensitive opportunities, all while controlling costs.IBM and Intel technologies are designed to take companies confidently into the future of big data analytics, enabling them to better manage and analyze their diverse information and increase their performance, all at a low cost. Businesses can leverage new insights while dramatically reducing costs with low power consumption, in-memory speed, and simplicity. Additional SAP workload optimization features and compatibility with Oracle Database* applications help cut costs even further.Read the full Amplify DB2* Performance with IBM and Intel® Innovations Solutions Brief.
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Diane Bryant, Data Center Group, discusses real time analytics for business in the launch keynote.
SAS CEO Jim Goodnight speaks at Analytics 2013 about its Intel®-based commodity hardware.
Intel and Oracle work together to help you acquire, organize, and analyze the flood of structured and unstructured big data coming into your business.
Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® SSDs boost performance, enhancing AutoCAD* 2013’s new workflow.
Intel® Integrated I/O merges the I/O controller onto the processor for reduced latency.
How Intel IT is finding the right platform and developing the skills.