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David Andrew Glowny: System and method for remote software configuration and distribution. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff, Mark S Walker, William A Kinnaman Jr, September 8, 1998: US05805897 (177 worldwide citation)

A system and method for remote software installation and maintenance. A number of workstations are connected by a network. Each has basic peer-to-peer communication ability providing remote file transfer and remote command execution. An arbitrarily selected workstation captures user installation req ...


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Francis Archibald Brown Douglas, David Andrew Glowny, Colette Anne Mastrangelo, Paul Melvin Mayer, Peter David Shier, Jenngang Shih, Robin Smith: Method and apparatus for establishing communications sessions in a remote resource control environment. International Business Machines Corporation, William A Kinnaman Jr, Lily Neff, July 29, 1997: US05652908 (167 worldwide citation)

A system for providing distributed control of a resource with centralized configuration management. A network of distributed workstations is provided for controlling a resource such as a large mainframe computer. Server workstations for applying control commands to the resource are attached to each ...


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Deepak Mohan Advani, Michael Justin Byron, Steven Robert Hansell, Todd Ming Chun Li, John Paul Marino, Rajendra Datta Panda, James Andrew Pierce, Ko Yang Wang, Dennis George Weinel, Robert Spencer Welch: Visualization tool for graphically displaying trace data produced by a parallel processing computer. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff, May 2, 2000: US06057839 (127 worldwide citation)

A visualization tool for creating graphic displays of trace data produced by a parallel computer program execution monitoring system. The visualization tool contains a display monitor, possible input devices, a mass storage device, and a computer system. Trace data is converted into data structures ...


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Richard C Chu, Michael J Ellsworth Jr, Donald W Porter, Roger R Schmidt, Robert E Simons: Apparatus and method for facilitating cooling of an electronics rack employing a heat exchange assembly mounted to an outlet door cover of the electronics rack. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff Esq, Kevin P Radigan Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, June 10, 2008: US07385810 (124 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and method are provided for facilitating cooling of an electronics rack employing a heat exchange assembly mounted to an outlet door cover hingedly affixed to an air outlet side of the rack. The heat exchange assembly includes a support frame, an air-to-liquid heat exchanger, and first and ...


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Phil M Perry: Method and apparatus for combining a zoom function in scroll bar sliders. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff, Marc A Ehrlich, C Lamont Whitham, September 3, 1996: US05553225 (110 worldwide citation)

The screen display scale is changed in an easy and intuitive manner, without intermediate steps or operations, and without taking up additional screen display area. At least one so-called scroll bar must be displayed on the screen and be functional at any time that the scale could be changed by the ...


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Deepak Mohan Advani, Michael Justin Byron, Steven Robert Hansell, Todd Ming Chun Li, John Paul Marino, Rajendra Datta Panda, James Andrew Pierce, Ko Yang Wang, Dennis George Weinel, Robert Spencer Welch: Visualization tool for graphically displaying trace data. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff, January 19, 1999: US05862381 (110 worldwide citation)

A visualization tool for creating graphic displays of trace data produced by a parallel computer program execution monitoring system. The visualization tool contains a display monitor, possible input devices, a mass storage device, and a computer system. Trace data is converted into data structures ...


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Jeffrey A Frey, Carroll E Fulkerson Jr, Rodney A Little, Gary S Puchkoff: Providing composed containers and data objects to support multiple resources. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff Esq, Andrew J Wojnicki Jr Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, December 31, 2002: US06502103 (109 worldwide citation)

A composed business object of a server instance is provided. The server instance is coupled to a plurality of resource managers using a container of the server instance. A data object corresponding to the business object is populated with data retrieved using the plurality of resource managers. Thus ...


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Kenneth Nilsen, David Garcia: Distributed database management over a network. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff, William A Kinnaman Jr, February 25, 1997: US05606693 (106 worldwide citation)

A distributed database application for logging large volumes of data to a plurality of database servers. Central configuration management is employed to balance the database load, to direct requesting workstations to the appropriate database, and to manage the mirroring of data for fault tolerance a ...


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Richard C Chu, Michael J Ellsworth Jr, Roger R Schmidt, Robert E Simons: Thermal dissipation assembly and fabrication method for electronics drawer of a multiple-drawer electronics rack. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff Esq, Kevin P Radigan Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, March 14, 2006: US07012807 (101 worldwide citation)

A thermal dissipation assembly and method, and a cooled multi-drawer electronics rack are provided having a first cooling loop and a second cooling loop. The first cooling loop is disposed substantially within an electronics drawer and positioned to extract heat from an electronics module within the ...


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Richard C Chu, Michael J Ellsworth Jr, Roger R Schmidt, Robert E Simons, Randy J Zoodsma: Cooling system and method employing multiple dedicated coolant conditioning units for cooling multiple electronics subsystems. International Business Machines Corporation, Lily Neff Esq, Kevin P Radigan Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, September 12, 2006: US07106590 (99 worldwide citation)

A cooling system is provided employing multiple coolant conditioning units (CCUs). Each CCU, which is coupled to a different, associated electronics rack of multiple electronics racks to be cooled, includes a heat exchanger, a first cooling loop with a control valve, and a second cooling loop. The f ...