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HP is a technology company that operates in more than 170 countries around the world.
HP explores how technology and services can help people and companies address their problems and challenges, and realize their possibilities, aspirations and dreams. The company applys new thinking and ideas to create more simple, valuable and trusted experiences with technology, continuously improving the way its customers live and work.
Revenue 2009 - $124,028 millions
HP Labs, one of the world's leading industrial research centers, is seeking talented researchers for positions in its laboratories. The lab attracts top graduates from around the world looking for a chance to work on problems that have real impact.
Research Internships are intended for students enrolled full time at an accredited college/university (minimum 12 hours per semester) who generally work 40 hours per week during the summer months between semesters. This is typically a 10-12 week assignment. In the Exascale Computing Lab, the company conduct research into future systems, networks, and datacenters having capabilities far beyond today's, with interesting challenges concerning performance, power, reliability, manageability, and efficiency. The research spans architecture, systems, software, networking, and management.
The company welcomes applications from PhD students with the background and desire to contribute in the following research directions: advanced multicore processor architectures; transactional memory; program development tools for multicore; analysis and modeling of emerging workloads, architectures and systems; systems architectures including blade servers and datacenters; emerging memory and storage architectures (e.g., non-volatile memory); manageability platforms and solutions; virtualization (including VM management and scheduling) and virtual appliances; networking for blade servers and enterprise datacenters. It is looking for internship candidates who have strong qualifications and who bring diverse perspectives. Excellent research, communication, and implementation skills are required.