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Teo Wee Tuck, Rhandeev Singh: Computer network with unique identification. Advanced Network Technology Laboratories, TraskBritt, August 23, 2011: US08005981 (25 worldwide citation)

A computer network is described in which the data link layer address, e.g., MAC address, of the network cards of client nodes are used to uniquely identify the nodes in the provision of network to application layer services. A link layer aware router may determine the MAC address of a client node fr ...


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Teo Wee Tuck, Shingh Rhandeev: Computer networks. Advanced Network Technology Laboratories, huang zexiong zhang yaoli, July 28, 2004: CN01823364 (3 worldwide citation)

A computer network is described in which the data link layer address, e.g MAC address, of the network cards of client nodes are used to uniquely identify the nodes in the prevosion of network to application layer services. A link layer aware router may determine the MAC address of a client node from ...


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TEO Wee Tuck, TOH Teck Kang: [fr] DÉLESTAGE DE DONNÉES DE MOBILE INTELLIGENT, [en] INTELLIGENT MOBILE DATA OFFLOADING. ADVANCED NETWORK TECHNOLOGY LABORATORIES, INFINITUS LAW CORPORATION, December 24, 2014: WO/2014/204404 (3 worldwide citation)

[en] A method for offloading mobile data may include determining a micro-cell performance parameter associated with a micro-cell of a mobile communication system. Further, the method may include determining whether to offload mobile data operations to a micro-cell access point that corresponds to th ...


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Teo Wee Tuck, Singh Rhandeev: Computer networks. Advanced Network Technology La, April 14, 2004: EP1407378-A1

A computer network is described in which the data link layer address, e.g. MAC address, of the network cards of client nodes are used to uniquely identify the nodes in the provision of network to application layer services. A link layer aware router may determine the MAC address of a client node fro ...


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Teo Wee Tuck, Rhandeev Singh: Reconfigurable computer networks. Advanced Network Technology La, April 21, 2004: EP1410579-A1

A computer network is configured to allow addition, deletion and movement of networked objects within the network, which includes a configurable router and a plurality of networked objects, each located at a network node in the network. Configuration of the network includes the steps of: a) providin ...


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Teo Wee Tuck, Rhandeev Singh: Computer networks. Joseph A Walkowski, TraskBritt, December 9, 2004: US20040249975-A1

A computer network is described in which the data link layer address, e.g. MAC address, of the network cards of client nodes are used to uniquely identify the nodes in the provision of network to application layer services. A link layer aware router may determine the MAC address of a client node fro ...