SAS & Intel
For technology leaders, the rise of transformative new business analytics capabilities (such as machine learning and AI) is as daunting as it is promising. Because these advances require the ability to process massive volumes of data – which in turn requires extraordinary computing power.
That’s where the 20+ year partnership between SAS and Intel makes all the difference for our customers. We collaborate extensively to make sure our world-leading analytics solutions, starting with SAS® Viya™, take full advantage of the latest capabilities of Intel hardware. Ultimately, that means front-line users of data enjoy lightning-fast access to more accurate, timely insights – bolstered by advanced AI, machine learning, and IoT capabilities.
That’s how SAS and Intel are enabling smarter organizations in every industry around the world – organizations in which people are making decisions that lead to a whole new level of results.
Analytics, Big Data, Business Intelligence, Customer Intelligence, Data Management, Fraud Specialization, Internet of Things, Risk Management
What can SAS and Intel do for your analytics strategy?
What does collaboration between Intel and SAS really mean for organizations looking for advanced analytics capabilities and innovations? Given the rise of a new class of advances in areas such as machine learning, AI, and the Internet of Things, it’s never been more important. Watch this short video on why it matters now, featuring SAS EVP, COO and CTO Oliver Schabenberger and Navin Shenoy, general manager of Intel’s Data Center Group.
So you’re ready to transform. What about your analytics infrastructure?
You’re in a race to determine who can seize real potential in everything from Machine Learning to AI – to take data-driven insights to the next level. Your current approach to analytics may not be up to the job, which is why there’s so much talk of analytics transformation. The ability to ensure infrastructure, software and hardware is ready for what’s next will determine whether your organization succeeds or falls short. The good news is that, together, SAS and Intel are providing integrated capabilities ready for the future. Want to learn more?
WiFi + IoT + analytics = next-level customer experiences
The smartest hotel in the world is now open for business in Fort Worth, Texas – running on SAS, Intel, and Cisco technology. The Sinclair, a Marriott Bonvoy hotel, takes some of the boldest promises of IoT and analytics capabilities and puts them to work today to deliver one of the most unique guest experiences in hospitality today. Want to see what happens when a hotel assigns an IP address to everything from hotel windows to the minibar to the mirror? Curious about how analytics-enabled smart lighting and other energy-consuming devices can drive unprecedented energy efficiency? Want to know how IoT and analytics capabilities, in human hands, are creating the next level of guest experiences in the hospitality industry? These short video can help you get up to speed – fast.
You can also read the short case here.
Analytic Modernization: Increase Your Predictive Power
With the exponential increase in data coming in every format and from every direction, pairing the right analytics platform with a powerful architecture is critical to analytics success. The result is optimal efficiency, innovative processing and the power to reshape your IT infrastructure to fit the modern world. For example, see how we're working with energy companies. Then, learn how to start down the path to modernization, no matter where you are in your journey.
Internet of Things: Make Better Use of IoT Data
To make the most of IoT data collected from sensors, systems and products requires the ability to leverage analytics throughout the IoT infrastructure – from the data center or cloud all the way to the edge, and any point in between. Together, SAS and Intel deliver a full suite of analytics capabilities, end-to-end security, and integration with storage platforms like Hadoop and traditional data warehouses. The result is a full-fledged IoT solution designed for easy implementation and maximum impact for a variety of industries, including industrial IoT for manufacturing.
Managed Analytics Service Providers (MASP): Analytics On Demand
MASPs bundle SAS analytic solutions into turnkey, cloud-based solutions that limit the need for additional personnel and lower risks associated with deploying new infrastructure. This enables customers to implement analytics solutions on demand, in flexible ways that best fit their individual needs and those of their own end users. Working together, SAS and Intel enable MASPs to increase their predictive power by delivering faster, more powerful business analytics to organizations of all sizes.
Artificial Intelligence: Embedded into the SAS platform, propelled by Intel processing power
Today, artificial intelligence (AI) is analytics. Putting AI to work requires deep capabilities in constantly evolving analytics technologies – machine learning, deep learning, computer vision, natural language, you name it. It also requires massive processing power, especially given the rise of the Internet of Things and the torrent of data it has unleashed. So it may come as no surprise that together, SAS and Intel are leading the way on AI. While SAS continues to embed powerful technologies into its platform, Intel is driving major advances in the processing capabilities required to make sense of all that valuable data. The result? Integrated processing power and world-class artificial intelligence capabilities for smarter organizations and stronger outcomes.
Omnichannel Analytics: Engage Customers with Confidence
Together, SAS and Intel help companies engage customers at every step of the customer journey through high-performance tools that speed time to insight for better decision making and real-time responsiveness. This deep customer knowledge allows companies to forge tighter connections with customers through more effective marketing, as well as improve business decisions. Here's a solution brief about Omnichannel Analytics at work in retail.
Intel (NASDAQ: INTC) is a world leader in computing innovation. The company designs and builds the essential technologies that serve as the foundation for the world’s computing devices. Additional information about Intel is available at intel.com.