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Brickell Ernie F, Hall Clifford D, Cihula Joseph F, Uhlig Richard: Method of improving computer security through sandboxing. Intel Corporation, Brickell Ernie F, Hall Clifford D, Cihula Joseph F, Uhlig Richard, VINCENT Lester J, February 2, 2006: WO/2006/012197 (59 worldwide citation)

Improving security of a processing system may be accomplished by at least one of executing and accessing a suspect file in a sandbox virtual machine.


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FERREN BRAN: Camera applications in a handheld device. INTEL CORPORATION, Vincent Lester J, December 23, 2010: WO/2010/147609 (52 worldwide citation)

A hand held device containing at least one camera can perform various functions. In some embodiments, digitized images taken with two or more camera lenses having different fixed focal lengths may be combined to emulate a high-resolution optical zoom, and may also permit the device to perform 3D app ...


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Lindert Nick, Cea Stephen M: A bulk non-planar transistor having a strained channel with enhanced mobility and methods of fabrication. Intel Corporation, Lindert Nick, Cea Stephen M, VINCENT Lester J, October 20, 2005: WO/2005/098963 (32 worldwide citation)

A method of a bulk tri-gate transistor having stained enhanced mobility and its method of fabrication. The present invention is a nonplanar transistor having a strained enhanced mobility and its method of fabrication. The transistor has a semiconductor body formed on a semiconductor substrate wherei ...


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Kini Vittal: Operating system-independent memory power management. Intel Corporation, Kini Vittal, VINCENT Lester J, July 6, 2006: WO/2006/072040 (32 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the present invention can reduce the power consumption of memory systems by powering down unused portions of memory, independent of operating system activity.


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SHEAFFER GAD: Optimizations for an unbounded transactional memory (utm) system. INTEL CORPORATION, Vincent Lester J, December 29, 2010: WO/2010/151267 (29 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for optimizing an Unbounded Transactional Memory (UTM) system is herein described. Hardware support for monitors, buffering, and metadata is provided, where orthogonal metaphysical address spaces for metadata may be separate associated with threads and/or software subsystems w ...


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BIDERMAN DAVID: Real-time or near real-time streaming. Apple, Vincent Lester J, July 8, 2010: WO/2010/078281 (25 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatuses for real-time or near real-time streaming of content using transfer protocols such as an HTTP compliant protocol. In one embodiment, a method includes dividing a stream of data, representing the contiguous time based content of a program (e.g. a live video broadcast), into a ...


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Brask Justin, Kavalieros Jack, Doyle Brian, Shah Uday, Datta Suman, Majumdar Amlan, Chau Robert: Semiconductor device structures and methods of forming semiconductor structures. Intel Corporation, Brask Justin, Kavalieros Jack, Doyle Brian, Shah Uday, Datta Suman, Majumdar Amlan, Chau Robert, VINCENT Lester J, January 4, 2007: WO/2007/002426 (24 worldwide citation)

A method of patterning a semiconductor film is described. According to an embodiment of the present invention, a hard mask material is formed on a silicon film having a global crystal orientation wherein the semiconductor film has a first crystal plane and second crystal plane, wherein the first cry ...


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Cheng Hen, Mader Thomas B, Ko Jaymun: Optical universal serial bus (usb). Intel Corporation, Cheng Hen, Mader Thomas B, Ko Jaymun, VINCENT Lester J, October 9, 2008: WO/2008/121731 (23 worldwide citation)

Embodiments of the invention are directed to an optical USB (OUSB) to enhance the data rate of USB by adding super-high data rate (e.g. 10Gbps) optical communication on top of its current specification so that backward compatibility is achievable. Mechanical tolerances may be achieved by using embed ...


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Kavalieros Jack, Brask Justin, Doyle Brian, Shah Uday, Datta Suman, Doczy Mark, Metz Matthew, Chau Robert, Majumdar Amlan, Jin Been, Radosavljevic Marko: Narrow-body multiple-gate fet with dominant body transistor for high performance. Intel Corporation, Kavalieros Jack, Brask Justin, Doyle Brian, Shah Uday, Datta Suman, Doczy Mark, Metz Matthew, Chau Robert, Majumdar Amlan, Jin Been, Radosavljevic Marko, VINCENT Lester J, April 12, 2007: WO/2007/041152 (23 worldwide citation)

EA field-effect transistor for a narrow-body, multiple-gate transistor such as a FinFET, tri-gate or Ω-FET is described. The corners of the channel region disposed beneath the gate are rounded in, for instance, oxidation steps, to reduce the corner effect associated with conduction initiating in ...