HP Labs Bristol, UK

HP Labs in Bristol is home to the second largest of HP Labs’ research centres. Our Bristol research facility is a vibrant community, where teams from HP work with researchers and interns from universities from across Europe to create next generation technologies that are vital for our online world.

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Research programs

As the divide between the physical and digital worlds continues to blur, the challenges of computer security only mutate and grow. Security research at HP Labs is helping keep business and consumer IT safe in the face of this evolving threat environment.

We’re developing new technologies to help prevent attacks before they happen, to detect any attacks that do penetrate existing defenses, and to ensure swift and complete recovery when those attacks occur.

With a particular focus on platform security, infrastructure security, and security management, and with core competencies in malware and cryptography, we’re dedicated to advancing HP’s reputation as a trusted IT partner for building – and enjoying – secure computer platforms and solutions.

HP Labs Bristol news

July 21, 2015

HP Labs celebrates 30 Years of innovation in Bristol

HP Labs this summer marked the 30th anniversary of the founding of its Bristol, UK lab, the company’s first research facility to be based outside the US.

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July 13, 2015

HP Labs Bristol hosts future engineers, leaders in scholarship, government, and defense

As part of HP’s 75th anniversary celebration last year, HP Labs Bristol launched a computing challenge designed to help students and teachers develop their understanding of computing beyond the ‘desktop apps’ that feature strongly in the current Information and Communication Technology syllabus.

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October 23, 2014

HP 75th Anniversary School Computing Challenge

As part of HP’s 75th anniversary celebration last year, HP Labs Bristol launched a computing challenge designed to help students and teachers develop their understanding of computing beyond the ‘desktop apps’ that feature strongly in the current Information and Communication Technology syllabus.

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November 20, 2014

Primary school visits HP Labs Bristol to build “world’s biggest computer”

Recently, twenty local 10- and 11-year-olds from St. Augustine of Canterbury RC Primary School in Downend, Bristol, visited our labs to better understand how computers work.

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Job openings

HP 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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