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Intel’s Big Data intelligence with solutions for real time analytics

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NEW DELHI: As escalating volumes of enterprise data continue to add pressure on datacenters globally, Intel India delineated its growth charter backed by Intel’s most advanced Big Data solutions providing real time Analytics to enterprises in India.

Declaring the launch of the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2 product family, Intel expounded its roadmap for these solutions in India with specific focus on verticals reading in the order of retail, followed by healthcare and manufacturing in the first phase of growth.

Big data and the Internet of Things (IoT) are providing colossal prospects meant for many organizations to grow as they create revenue-generating services from the information they are able to derive.

The Indian Big Data industry is expected to grow to $1 billion in Fiscal 2015 at CAGR of over 83 percent from 2012-15. The Big Data industry in India is gaining adhesion with IT services or for that matter analytics providers who are from their barrio offering business centric solutions.

“Organizations that leverage data to accelerate business insights will have a tremendous edge in this economy,” alleged Rajiv Bhalla, director- Market Development, Intel South Asia. Rhetoricising that – “The advanced performance, memory capacity and reliability of the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2 family enables IT organizations to deliver real-time analysis of large data sets to spot and capitalize on trends, create new services and deliver business efficiency.”

By way of – equal to 80 percent higher performance and up to 80 percent lower four year total cost of proprietorship than alternative RISC architectures2, the Intel Xeon processor E7 v2 family also goes on to achieve twice the average performance and has four times the I/O bandwidth of the former generation.

This is the true payout for enterprises investing in big data processing with solutions that analyze all the time more larger volumes of more complex and diverse forms of data and provide real-time insights into results.

Bhalla supplemented that – “The new Intel Xeon E7 v2 processor family is built on an open source framework that allows third parties the flexibility of creating an application layer themselves thereby giving Intel the unique technology edge of allowing IT managers to have better control over their internal IT systems and processes. We are confident that this advantage coupled with the robust support from the ecosystem will help us take this solution to enterprises in the coming years.”

Ganapathy Subramanian, VP, Customer Engagement and Strategic Projects, SAP Labs India, held that – “The ongoing engineering collaboration between Intel and SAP plays a key role in the delivery of next-generation in-memory computing with SAP HANA. The Intel Xeon processor E7 family complements the SAP HANA platform, delivering high performance and reliability to our customers.”

Volumnising that – “Our customers use the solution to extract more value from their business data and improve agility and responsiveness to the market with real-time business decisions. With the next generation Intel Xeon E7 v2 processors, we look forward to delivering significant improvements in processing capabilities and feature enhancements for SAP HANA customers.”

The big data technology and services market is projected to grow 27 percent every twelve months through Fiscal 2017 to reach $32.4 billion. An ace driver of this growth is the massive amount of data coming from connected devices making up the IoT, which is estimated to take a leap to 30 billion devices by Fiscal 2020.

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