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Innovation improving healthcare & life sciences worldwide
Intel powers the next generation of Ultrabooks™, tablets, devices, and smart phones in the hospital, clinic, and home.
Solution Brief: Intel® and Windows 8* technology deliver superior performance for health care applications with an integrated, easy-to-use platform.
Intel® Evaluation Kit with IEEE 11073 Continua Certified Software Stack for medical applications' design details include overview, diagram, and specs.
Discover how individuals and companies using technology improve the quality of healthcare services, helping to build a better future.
Doctors manage pediatric CT radiation risk with faster scan times to minimize delivered radiation doses using Philips Healthcare technology.
Success stories in Mexico highlight how doctors use telemedicine to cross geographical barriers for healthcare, saving time, money, and lives.
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute models genomes and maps disease data using high-performance computing clusters, providing personalized medicine.
Case Study: AI-EKG* system by A N D Technologies Pvt. Ltd. enables patients in remote areas to send results to healthcare clinics. (v.1, Mar. 2013)
Produce a scalable, secure cloud based on today’s enterprise IT requirements.
Healthcare programs provide technology and resources emerging countries need to provide better care at a lower cost to more people.
Intel collaborates with healthcare providers, other companies, and policymakers on innovative new products and solutions.
As medical imaging and medical devices share more data, Intel works with manufacturers on security, performance, and integrated graphics processing.
Patients need care teams to communicate, collaborate and plan—often across organizational boundaries.
White Paper: RENCI utilizes Intel® technology and Hadoop* to provide the IT infrastructure to turn big data into lab insight and clinical therapy.
Mexico will be connected through tele-medicine to a better future, powered by Intel technology.
Virginia Bioinformatics Institute researchers combine computer science, biology, and medicine to advance disease treatment and prevention.
SuperSonic Imagine Aixplorer* improves breast cancer diagnosis using high-definition images of tissue elasticity.
White Paper: Verifies Siemens Melior meets future IT challenges with Intel® technology in data center consolidation, interoperability, and security.
Video: Intel spent a day with nurse practitioner, Ginger Harris, as she went on home visits with a new Ultrabook.
Video: An ambulance crew tells how computers have improved their ability to care for people in an emergency.