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Kuang Yang Huang, Matthew S Malden, Henry D Jay, Anil Annadata: Computer telephony integration hotelling method and system. Siebel Systems, James W Soong, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, June 10, 2003: US06577726 (936 worldwide citation)

A method and system for enabling a CTI user to log in at any work station in a network and utilize the system with the correct teleset, and also to transfer a CTI transaction or interaction to another CTI user.


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Bruce Wilford, Yie Fong Dan: Architecture for high speed class of service enabled linecard. Cisco Technology, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, February 3, 2004: US06687247 (284 worldwide citation)

A linecard architecture for high speed routing of data in a communications device. This architecture provides low latency routing based on packet priority: packet routing and processing occurs at line rate (wire speed) for most operations. A packet data stream is input to the inbound receiver, which ...


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Jagadish Bandhole, Sekaran Nanja, William Blume, Carleton Miyamoto: Dynamic computing environment using remotely allocable resources. Veritas Operating Corporation, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, October 2, 2007: US07278142 (170 worldwide citation)

A system and a method of providing a dynamic computing environment to a user, in which the dynamic computing environment is configured to communicate and to operate under the control of the user. The dynamic computing environment has one or more virtual resources including at least one virtual compu ...


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Jeffery H Lee, Manabu Ando: Parallel access virtual channel memory system. NEC Electronics, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, November 5, 2002: US06477621 (143 worldwide citation)

A memory system having a main memory which is coupled to a plurality of parallel virtual access channels. Each of the virtual access channels provides a set of memory access resources for controlling the main memory. These memory access resources include cache resources (including cache chaining), b ...


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David Belz, Garry P Epps, Michael Laor, Eyal Oren: Pipelined packet switching and queuing architecture. Cisco Technology, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, Marc R Ascolese, December 27, 2005: US06980552 (117 worldwide citation)

A pipelined linecard architecture for receiving, modifying, switching, buffering, queuing and dequeuing packets for transmission in a communications network. The linecard has two paths: the receive path, which carries packets into the switch device from the network, and the transmit path, which carr ...


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H Michael Zadikian, Steven E Plote, John C Adler, David P Autry, Ali Najib Saleh: Method of providing network services. Cisco Technology, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, June 28, 2005: US06912221 (112 worldwide citation)

A method of providing network services is described. The network includes a number of nodes, each one of which is coupled to at least one other of the nodes by at least one of a number of optical links. The network is preferably capable of supporting a number of virtual circuits. The method begins w ...


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Daniel E Fish: Force feedback computer input and output device with coordinated haptic elements. Tactiva Incorporated, Samuel G Campbell III, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, November 16, 2004: US06819312 (112 worldwide citation)

A set of haptic elements (haptels) are arranged in a grid. Each haptel is a haptic feedback device with linear motion and a touchable surface substantially perpendicular to the direction of motion. In a preferred embodiment, each haptel has a position sensor which measures the vertical position of t ...


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Garry P Epps, Michael Laor: High-speed hardware implementation of MDRR algorithm over a large number of queues. Cisco Technology, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, August 17, 2004: US06778546 (111 worldwide citation)

A pipelined linecard architecture for receiving, modifying, switching, buffering, queuing and dequeuing packets for transmission in a communications network. The linecard has two paths: the receive path, which carries packets into the switch device from the network, and the transmit path, which carr ...


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Anand A Kekre, Angshuman Bezbaruah, Shailesh Marathe, Niranjan S Pendharkar: Incremental backup of a data volume. Veritas Operating Corporation, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, August 30, 2005: US06938135 (109 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a method and apparatus for incrementally baking up a data volume. In one embodiment of the method, the data volume is created in a first memory, and a point-in-time (PIT) copy of the data volume is created at time T0. First data of the data volume is modified between times T0 and T1, wh ...


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Anil Kumar Annadata, Wai Hong Pak, Rohit Bedi: System and method for multi-channel communication queuing using routing and escalation rules. Siebel Systems, Campbell Stephenson Ascolese, September 5, 2006: US07103171 (107 worldwide citation)

A system, apparatus, and method for routing work items to agents, wherein the work items can be of one of two or more different communication media types from one of two or more different communication channels. A queuing engine includes a list of routes and each route is associated with one or more ...