Shigeo Kobayashi: Personal processor module and docking station for use therewith. Hitachi Computer Products, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, October 31, 1995: US05463742 (144 worldwide citation)

A highly portable personal processor module (PPM) for use in a variety of docking stations, each of which can be connected to the personal processor via a standard connector, the personal processor and docking station when so connected defining a complete computer system, the personal processor cont ...

Bret A Hartman, Donald J Flinn, Theodore R Burghart Jr: Methods and apparatus for facilitating security in a network. Hitachi Computer Products, Buckley Maschoff & Talwalkar, October 19, 2004: US06807636 (129 worldwide citation)

A system, method, apparatus, means, and computer program code for facilitating security in a network, particularly a distributed network. According to embodiments of the present invention an apparatus or system may include a manager in communication with one or more mappers and one or more adapters ...

Uriel Rahamim, Randy Minobe, Ahmad A Chahrour, Raanan Ben Zur: Packaging and cooling structure for the personal processor module. Hitachi Computer Products, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, August 27, 1996: US05550710 (65 worldwide citation)

A housing and cooling structure for a personal processor module (PPM) is provided which includes a case which is sealed and will fit within both a desktop sized docking station and a smaller notebook sized docking station. Within the case, the components which make up the PPM are located in such a w ...

Nakabayashi Kazuyoshi, Guinoiseau Romuald, Parisot Didier: Electronic terminal apparatus. Hitachi Computer Products Euro, February 2, 2000: EP0977159-A1 (31 worldwide citation)

An electronic terminal (1) such as an information kiosk or cash dispenser is mounted behind a window (2) in a shop and usable through the glass (2) by means of a non-contact card (4), thus obviating the need to cut a hole in the glass to accomodate a card-reader (5) or other input device.

Ruben Yomtoubian: Inline disk tester. Hitachi Computer Products, Graham & James, April 20, 1999: US05895438 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention is an inline tester for analyzing the integrity of a disk drive. Structurally, the inline tester includes a set of statistical and diagnostic routines included in the ROM of a disk drive and a diagnostic logic section included in the drive's logic board. In initial use, the inl ...

Ruben Yomtoubian: Method and apparatus for protecting disk drive failure. Hitachi Computer Products, Graham & James, June 22, 1999: US05914967 (18 worldwide citation)

The present invention is a method and apparatus for predicting the future failure of a disk drive. Structurally, the present invention is implemented as a series of diagnostic and statistical routines contained in a ROM on the logic board of a disk drive. The routines detect errors that occur during ...

Ebrahim Hashemi, Martin E Schulze: Apparatus and method for providing data redundancy and reconstruction for redundant arrays of disk drives. Hitachi Computer Products America, Flehr Hohbach Test Albritton & Herbert, September 23, 1997: US05671349 (12 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides a system of hardware and software that combine to form a redundant array of disk drives. This array provides a double means of redundancy that can reconstruct data from two simultaneously failed disks. The double redundancy means is implemented by two separate algorith ...

Claude Launay, Tomoaki Hirai, Joaquim Da Silva, Florent Voisin, Takanori Ninomiya, Shunji Maeda: Method using capacitive sensors for morphology discrimination of a passenger seating in an automotive seat. Hitachi Computer Products, Blakely Sokoloff Taylor & Zafman, June 14, 2011: US07962311 (9 worldwide citation)

The present invention relates to a method for discriminating the morphology of a passenger seating in an automotive seat, comprising the steps of i) providing a set of a plurality of capacitive sensors (100) covering substantially a transversal cross section of a seat, ii) collecting the outputs of ...

Claude Launay, Joaquim Da Silva, Florent Voisin: Capacitive sensor for morphological discrimination of a motor vehicle seat occupant. Hitachi Computer Products, Adeli & Tollen, October 11, 2011: US08033182 (5 worldwide citation)

A detection assembly for detecting a morphology of a person is provided. The assembly includes a sensor and a processing unit. The sensor includes (i) first and second main linear electrodes covering different zones of a plane, and (ii) a third auxiliary linear electrode having substantially at leas ...

Warren Kimberly Jenney, Randy Minobe, Tomohisa Koyiyama, Masami Yamagishi, Takahiro Yamada, Munekazu Kamo, Makoto Noumi, Noriyuki Iwai: Video picture display device and method for controlling video picture display. Hitachi Computer Products, Flehr Hohbah Test Albritton & Herbert, September 29, 1998: US05815143 (5 worldwide citation)

A video picture written in the bit map memory (4) is displayed in a predetermined area on the display screen (70) of the display device (7) within the computer main body (100). The masking memory (2) having a bit number equal to or less than the number of the pixels of the video picture to be inputt ...