Using Big Data and predictive analytics, Intel found it could achieve a 25 percent decrease in time for chip design validation, accelerating the time to market of new processors. This is one of the highlights of the 2012-2013 Intel IT Performance Report, which also showcases results for IT initiatives in cloud computing, BYOD and other areas. For instance, Intel’s BYOD program has resulted in annual productivity gain of 5 million hours. This report, as well as the company’s 2013 IT priorities, will be featured in a webcast on Wednesday, March 13, hosted by Intel CIO Kim Stevenson. Please click here to register.