Intel is creating standards for its non-manufacturing buildings to design efficiencies as cost-effective as it is in Intel’s smart factories.
Intel IT, along with Intel’s Internet of Things Group and other industry groups, is leading the effort to establish smart building standards and messaging protocols for non-manufacturing buildings that allow vendors to provide integrated solutions.
Epic TCO was a key concern for University Health System in Louisiana. They moved to Intel® platforms and cut acquisition costs by 50 percent.
By migrating its EHR database from RISC to an open standards-based architecture, University Health lowers TCO and boosts performance and flexibility.
See how, by migrating its EHR database from RISC to an open standards-based architecture, University Health is slashing total cost of ownership (TCO) while boosting performance, flexibility, and coordinated care for patients.
See how the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family is helping University Health cut total cost of ownership (TCO) for its Epic and Caché* deployment.
See how by migrating from RISC to Dell platforms powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family, University Health expects to cut total cost of ownership (TCO) by 40 percent for its Epic and Caché* deployment, reducing costs, complexity, and risks.
Case Study: POC supercomputer demos 3M Novec* Engineered Fluids two-phase immersion data center cooling, reducing energy while increasing density.
Case Study: Intel and SGI create a fully functional proof of concept supercomputer to demonstrate the 3M Novec* Engineered Fluids two-phase immersion data center cooling technology, reducing energy use while increasing density.