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Intel to customize chips for big data apps

15th Aug `13, 12:31 PM in Sectors

IDG News Service – Intel, increasingly customizing server chips for customers, is now tuning chips for workloads in…

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IDG News Service – Intel, increasingly customizing server chips for customers, is now tuning chips for workloads in big data.

Software is becoming an important building block in chip design, and customization will help applications gather, manage and analyze data a lot quicker, said Ron Kasabian, general manager of big data solutions at Intel.

Through hardware and software improvements, the company is trying to figure out how its chips can perform better in areas like predictive analytics, cloud data collection and specific task processing. The company has already released its own distribution of Hadoop, a scalable computing environment that deals with large data sets, and now chip improvements are on tap.

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