A.D.A.M. Optimizes Programs for the Powerful Attributes of Ultrabook™ Devices, Including their Touch Capabilities, Intel® Core™ Processors, and High-Resolution Screens

Mobile technologies are helping to transform the field of medicine, especially when it comes to learning about and referencing complex medical subjects. Medical learning programs provide an innovative and affordable new way for those working in the medical field to learn, study, and reference complex information.

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The Intel® Developer Zone provided an excellent set of resources that helped us to optimize our programs for the touch capabilities of Ultrabook™ devices.

(PRWEB) October 29, 2013

A.D.A.M. has capitalized on the technical capabilities and interactivity of new Ultrabook™ devices with its series of medical learning programs that are affordable, educational, and interactive. These cloud-based off-the-shelf programs are readily available, which helps save time and money. They provide an innovative and affordable approach to learning about complex medical subjects across various therapeutic areas, including:

  •      Cardiology
  •     Endocrinology
  •     Gastroenterology
  •     Immunology
  •     Neurology and psychiatry
  •     Oncology
  •     Ophthalmology
  •     Reproductive health
  •     Respiratory health
  •     Rheumatology and orthopedics

When creating its series of medical learning programs for Ultrabook™ devices, A.D.A.M. took advantage of its status as an Intel® Software Partner in the Intel® Developer Zone to gain development resources including tools, code, support—and inspiration!—from the developer communities.

“The Intel® Developer Zone provided an excellent set of resources that helped us to optimize our programs for the touch capabilities of Ultrabook™ devices,” said Thierry Semoff, VP of Product Development at A.D.A.M.

A.D.A.M. optimized its programs for the powerful attributes of Ultrabook™ systems, including their touch capabilities, Intel® Core™ processors, and high-resolution screens. The result is engaging medical learning programs with visually compelling graphics, fluid interactivity, and an intuitive response.

“Due to the comprehensive development support from the Intel® Developer Zone, as well as the powerful capabilities of Ultrabook™ devices, A.D.A.M. is looking forward to creating more medical learning programs on Intel® architecture. The interactive capabilities, high-resolution screen, and processing power of Ultrabook™ devices provide us with an exciting and powerful new platform to create new programs for,” said Thierry Semoff.

A.D.A.M.—the company that pioneered online health content—is dedicated to creating and offering the most effective and innovative educational solutions possible for teaching medical science and improving health literacy.

With its team of in-house educators, medical writers, editors, programmers, and medical illustrators, A.D.A.M. develops exciting educational solutions that continue to win awards year after year. Whether you are an educator, health professional, pharmaceutical representative, librarian, or student, A.D.A.M.’s hands-on, interactive learning programs and medical resources will help you meet your educational goals. For more information, visit http://www.adamondemand.com.

The Intel® Developer Zone supports developers and software companies of all sizes and skill levels with technical communities, go-to-market resources, and business opportunities. To learn more about becoming an Intel® Software Partner, join the Intel® Developer Zone. http://software.intel.com/


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