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Bassam Elkhoury, Christopher J Pettey, Dwight Riley, Thomas R Seeman, Brian S Hausauer: Bus-to-bus bridge in computer system, with fast burst memory range. Compaq Computer Corporation, November 10, 1998: US05835741 (39 worldwide citation)

A computer system has a processor bus under control of the microprocessor itself, and this bus communicates with main memory, providing high-performance access for most cache fill operations. In addition, the system includes one or more expansion buses, preferably of the PCI type in the example embo ...


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Bassam Elkhoury: Protection of computer system against incorrect card insertion during start-up. Compaq Computer Corporation, Pravel Hewitt Kimball & Krieger, September 8, 1998: US05805903 (33 worldwide citation)

An apparatus ensures that circuit cards of a computer system are properly oriented and fully inserted into their slots before allowing the computer system to power-up. Each card has two electrically connected key fingers on the card edge, while each slot has first and second contacts adapted to enga ...


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Bassam Elkhoury, Christopher J Pettey, Dwight Riley, Thomas R Seeman, Brian S Hausauer: Bus-to-bus bridge in computer system, with fast burst memory range. Compaq Computer Corporation, Sharp Comfort & Merrett P C, November 14, 2000: US06148359 (10 worldwide citation)

A computer system has a processor bus under control of the microprocessor itself, and this bus communicates with main memory, providing high-performance access for most cache fill operations. In addition, the system includes one or more expansion buses, preferably of the PCI type in the example embo ...


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Bassam Elkhoury, Christopher J Pettey, Dwight Riley, Thomas R Seeman, Brian S Hausauer: Bus-to-bus bridge in computer system, with fast burst memory range. Compaq Computer Corporation, Sharp Comfort & Merrett P C, February 4, 2003: USRE037980

A computer system has a processor bus under control of the microprocessor itself, and this bus communicates with main memory, providing high-performance access for most cache fill operations. In addition, the system includes one or more expansion buses, preferably of the PCI type in the example embo ...