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Introducing Intel® Omni-Path Fabric
See how Intel is addressing tomorrow's HPC needs for digital content, weather, financial services, and more. (1:32)
Automaker GM Speeds IT for Success
GM leaders discuss rapid data sharing to bring vehicles to market faster and increase sales. (273:53)
Framestore Visual Effects Soar with Flexible IT
Framestore enhances film and integrated advertising on servers powered by Intel® Xeon® processors.
Game Designers at University Campus Suffolk
Intel® Xeon® processor E5 family empowers the University Campus Suffolk Computer Games Design course.
High-Performance Computing in Personalized Medicine
Intel® Xeon® processors and Intel® technologies provide performance for personalized medicine.
Intel's HPC Scalable System Framework
Intel Fellow Al Gara talks about new HPC architectural directions and the power of integration. (3:53)
Aurora: Advancing Scientific Research
Intel and Cray build a new generation of supercomputers for the U.S. Department of Energy. (3:57)
CORAL and the Role of Intel Federal
Helping achieve mission objectives for government customers through expertise and innovative technologies.
Aurora: Ushering in a New Era in HPC
Intel’s Rajeeb Hazra shares his perspective on Argonne National Laboratory’s selection of Intel to design and deliver next... (5:47)
Powering HPC to Ask Tomorrow’s Biggest Questions
Intel® MIC Architecture-based HPC enables discovery and solutions to the world’s toughest challenges.
High Performance Computing in Energy
See how Intel® technologies safely support high performance computing in energy-related processes. (1:45)
Intel® Technology for Next Gen Sports Medicine
See how Intel® technology is helping change what is possible for the next generation of sports medicine. (1:45)
The Benefits of Big Data
Virtual simulation is used to integrate automotive design and engineering for superior performance.
Rattner on the Future of Computing
Intel Chief Technology Officer, Justin Rattner, on what the future looks like for computing.
The Next 40 Years of Computing
Justin Rattner on Intel’s first 40 years and how technology will bring man and machine together.