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Jennifer J.-N. Liu
Li Mo, Jennifer J Liu, Abinder S Dhillon, Nimer Yaseen, Xiao Hu: System and method to perform non-service effecting bandwidth reservation using a reservation signaling protocol. Fujitsu Networks, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr PC, February 20, 2003: US20030037276-A1

A method to facilitate recovery of a node in a communications network is disclosed. The method comprises receiving one or more messages from at least another node in the communications network and restoring connectivity of a recovering node based at least in part on the received messages.


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Jennifer J.-N. Liu
Li Mo, Jennifer J Liu, Abinder S Dhillon, James A Spallin: Network bandwidth reservation method. Fujitsu Networks, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr PC, December 5, 2002: US20020181508-A1

A method of reserving bandwidth in a network includes the steps of receiving a reservation request for a bandwidth for a hose having one ingress point and at least one egress point, and reserving the requested bandwidth for each link in the hose and assigning a reservation identifier to the hose.


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Jennifer J.-N. Liu
Li Mo, James A Spallin, Jennifer J Liu, Abinder S Dhillon, James H Buchanan, Badarinath Devalla: System and method for resizing the physical link bandwidth based on utilization thereof. Fujitsu Networks, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr PC, April 17, 2003: US20030072264-A1

A method for allocating and resizing a link on a communication medium is provided. The utilization of an allocated link is monitored and an unused bandwidth thereof is determined. Upon request for allocation of a second link, at least a portion of the unused bandwidth is included in the bandwidth of ...


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Stephen A Caldara, Stephen A Hauser, Thomas A Manning, Robert B McClure, Matthias L Colsman: Allocated and dynamic bandwidth management. Fujitsu Networks Communications, Fujitsu, Weingarten Schurgin Gagnebin & Hayes, May 5, 1998: US05748629 (181 worldwide citation)

An ATM network switch and method of utilization for adaptively providing integrated services therein is disclosed. In providing such integrated services, if the allocated bandwidth for one connection has been consumed, or if the connection is not entitled to allocated bandwidth, the connection can o ...


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Albert Pedoeem, Laurence D Fox, Kan S Liu: Card shelf cable management system and method. Fujitsu Networks Communications, Baker Botts L, December 11, 2001: US06330168 (9 worldwide citation)

A card shelf includes a backplane and a plurality of slots each configured to receive an electronic card. An electronic card disposed in one of the slots has a back including a connector adapted to engage the backplane and a front including an angled receptor adapted to engage a cable with a reduced ...


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Hamid Rezaie, Samuel Lisle, Masahiro Shinbashi, Kazuhiko Taniguchi, David Chen, Edward Sullivan, Mark Barratt, Richard DeBoer: Dialable data services/TDM bandwidth management. Fujitsu Networks Communications, Baker Botts L, May 28, 2002: US06396847 (3 worldwide citation)

A communications device and method for effectively managing bandwidth within a telecommunications network carrying both time division multiplexed signals as well as data signals. The communications device having dialable TDM/cell and/or packet-based bandwidth management capability so that a network ...


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Michael J Mezeul, Nimer Yaseen, Abinder S Dhillon, Charlie Stevens: Method of addressing and routing data. Fujitsu Networks, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr PC, December 5, 2002: US20020181457-A1

A method of routing packets in a system includes the steps of receiving a plurality of packets, each packet including a routing label and a packet type, routing each packet to a destination within the system specified in the routing label in response to the packet type being indicative of a data pac ...


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Nimer Yaseen, Charlie Stevens, Li Mo: End-to-end governed data transfers in a network. Fujitsu Networks, Munsch Hardt Kopf & Harr PC, December 19, 2002: US20020194321-A1

A system and method for providing quality of service guarantees in a packet-switched network is provided. A network including nodes linked together by communication links includes a management node for governing the performance of the nodes. Ingress and egress rate restrictions are defined at the no ...


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Ashwin Gumaste: Interconnecting nodes in an optical communication system. Fujitsu Networks Communications, Baker Botts, October 21, 2004: US20040208573-A1

A sub-network of a communication network includes four nodes, with each node having two input ports and two output ports. The first node and the fourth node each link both of their input ports and one of their output ports to other nodes of the sub-network, with each of their remaining output ports ...