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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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.


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...


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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 ...