3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors accelerate AI and analytics. The Frontera supercomputer tackles COVID-19. AI for Youth brings AI around the world. IBM Cloud Pak for Data System automates data insights. Intel software helps developers build edge applications.
By 2021, 75 percent of commercial enterprise apps may be using AI. On top of that, nearly a quarter of all data generated will be done in real time. Intel is introducing new solutions—including 3rd Gen Intel Xeon Scalable processors—that will accelerate the development of AI and analytics workloads running in data center, network, and intelligent-edge environments.
Data analytics are an integral part of the scientific discovery process, including for COVID-19 research. Watch this on-demand webinar to learn how researchers are using the Frontera supercomputer at the Texas Advanced Computing Center to study COVID-19 with high performance computing.
Kids these days are hard at work putting AI to good use. Through Intel’s AI for Youth program, they’re using it to detect online bullying, help students find tutors, and reduce energy waste in classrooms. The program, which will be expanded to nine countries this year, aims to provide young people access to this growing field.
In an ideal world, you’d automate how your organization turns data into insights. It turns out the ideal is within reach with IBM Cloud Pak for Data System, a hybrid cloud data and AI platform based on Intel architecture. Join this July 9 webinar to learn how it works and about Intel add-on software packages that deliver excellent performance.
The demand for handling data at the edge just keeps growing. So to help developers build transformative edge applications, Intel has created the Intel Edge Software Hub. This one-stop resource makes it easy to find, prototype, and integrate edge applications, while also reducing development costs and accelerating time to market.