Intel targets Big Data apps with chip, software modifications

08/16/2013 | PCWorld

Intel said it will begin modifying its server chips and software with an eye toward boosting their performance for use in Big Data applications such as predictive analytics, data collection and task processing. "It takes a while to get silicon to market," said Ron Kasabian, general manager of Big Data solutions at Intel. "We understand where we can optimize for silicon, and there are certain things to [improve] for performance and optimization."

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