Hewlett Packard Labs Haifa, Israel

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Hewlett Packard Labs Israel is located on the campus of Technion, the Israel Institute of Technology, which sits on Mount Carmel, overlooking the city of Haifa. The lab fosters interactions with Hewlett Packard Enterprise’s large research and development community in Israel, as well as research institutions and high-tech companies in the region.

Established in 1994, Hewlett Packard Labs Israel is an excellence center focusing on research in big data analysis, machine learning, and data mining.

The Haifa lab is taking the lead in reinventing analytics for the era of Memory-driven Computing and in building the platforms, technologies, and tools required to gather, synthesize, and interpret massive volumes of data in real-time. They are also developing hands-on analytics applications that demonstrate the value of these this new approach in a data-dense era.

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Hewlett Packard Labs Israel News

HP Labs Israel news
May 22, 2014

HP Labs Israel celebrates 20 years of innovation

HP Labs Israel marked the twentieth anniversary of one of the key sites of HP's famed central research arm. The lab, located on the campus of the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology and overlooking the city of Haifa, is globally recognized as a leader in innovation, most notably in imaging, printing, and analytics research.

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July 1, 2014

Martin Fink Interview

In an interview with Israeli publication "Globes" EVP and HP CTO Martin Fink discusses among other topics the category of laptops, Microsoft and the future of wearables. (In Hebrew)

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May 29, 2014

At HP Labs Israel, innovation is job #1

In the early 1990s, Abraham Lempel was a man with an idea: start an HP Labs site in Israel. HP had no presence in the country at the time, a lab in Italy had just closed, and internal support for expansion was tepid at best.

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March 29, 2014

Inbal Tadeski - Finding an outlet for creativity at HP Labs Israel

HP Labs researcher Inbal Tadeski didn't really get excited about computer science until she realized how creative it could be. Growing up in her native Israel with a love of both art and mathematics, Tadeski had planned to become an architect.

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Hewlett Packard Labs is seeking creative individuals who are passionate about technology, who identify with our marketplace and our businesses, and who can contribute fresh ideas and solutions.

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