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HP Labs 2011 Annual Research Report

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This year’s HP Labs Annual Report is now available, giving a unique look into the state-of-the-art in a wide variety of technologies.

 

The breadth and depth of innovation coming out of HP Labs worldwide R&D centers is nothing short of astonishing.  A few of the 138 Labs' innovations appearing in HP products last year were:

 

Our demonstrator program, which takes selected research and creates real-life product demos, and customer co-innovation programs continue to generate great results. We have featured each of our 2011 demonstrator projects, including work on secure device architectures for personal computing, enterprise collaboration tools, seamless and secure document workflows, and predictive analytics applications in the oil & gas and healthcare industries.

 

This year we have also included a series of spotlights on specific topics for which many of our researchers have real passion: healthcare, sustainability, global and social impact, and thought leadership.

 

Finally, we are pleased to share a companion report, which features the 658 technical papers published by our researchers in a separate HP Labs 2011 Publications report. If you come across a publication that interests you while browsing it, remember you can access all of HP Labs’ external Tech Reports on our site.

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