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Enhanced Dining Using Tablets with Intel® Atom™ Processors

Providing customers with tablets at tables helps Genghis Grill–Build Your Own Stir Fry accelerate ordering, provide entertainment, and boost revenues

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Robust Cloud Computing with Intel® Xeon® Processors

Envision Technology Advisors builds its InFlight Cloud Platform* on the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v2 family

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Taking Oil and Gas Exploration to the Next Level

Case Study: DownUnder GeoSolutions speeds up oil and gas exploration with an Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2600 v2 product family-based HPC platform.

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High-performance computing enhances wind modeling at Natural Power

Natural Power has implemented supercomputers powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E5-2660 v3 product family to deliver results.

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HLRS: Making the Most of HPC

The High Performance Computing Center (HLRS) can quickly process huge amounts of data for a wide range of clients, using Intel® Xeon® processors.

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CMS at CERN explores LHC data further with Intel® technology

Global research organization boosts its data handling capabilities with Intel® technologies.

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UrFU and Intel—Partners in High Performance Computing

Case Study: See how Intel® Parallel Studio Cluster Edition is helping enrich the high-performance computing curriculum at Ural Federal University.

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Transforming Epic TCO with Intel® Technologies

Epic TCO was a key concern for University Health System in Louisiana. They moved to Intel® platforms and cut acquisition costs by 50 percent.

Rocketing the Development of Hypersonic Vehicles

Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology Creates Faster and More Accurate Computational Fluid Dynamics Software.

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Simulation-Driven Design is Easy with Altair* and Intel

Brief: See how the Intel® Xeon® processor E5 v3 family and Altair* are working together to make simulation-driven design easier to adopt and scale.

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