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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolbly, Craig S Cantrell, Brian C Smith, Jon H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Joe Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster III: System and method for processing network packet flows. 3Com Corporation, Hamilton & Terrile, August 22, 2006: US07095715 (111 worldwide citation)

A system and method provides a broadband network node for a best effort network such as the Internet or intranets which supports the inexpensive and rapid deployment of services to the best efforts network. Separate data path and control path mechanisms allow high-speed data transfers with parallel ...


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Robert H Locklear Jr, Craig S Cantrell, Kip R McClanahan, William K Brewer, Anthony J P Carew: Switched architecture access server. Cisco Technology, Baker Botts L, June 26, 2001: US06252878 (95 worldwide citation)

A communication system includes an access server that communicates information between a wide area network (WAN) and a local area network (LAN). The access server includes a WAN interface, a switch fabric, a number of route processors, and a LAN interface. The switch fabric directs information from ...


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Robert H Locklear Jr, Craig S Cantrell, Kip R McClanahan: Data communication using a modifiable number of XDSL modems. Cisco Technology, Baker & Botts L, December 7, 1999: US05999565 (46 worldwide citation)

A communication system includes a number of communication devices coupled to a data network using communication servers. The communication system supports communication sessions between a variety of networks and devices using, at least in part, XDSL communication techniques. Specifically, informatio ...


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Robert H Locklear Jr, Craig S Cantrell, Kip R McClanahan: Data communication using a modifiable number of XDSL modems. Cisco Technology, Baker Botts L, November 19, 2002: US06483870 (36 worldwide citation)

A communication system includes a number of communication devices coupled to a data network using communication servers. The communication system supports communication sessions between a variety of networks and devices using, at least in part, XDSL communication techniques. Specifically, informatio ...


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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolbly, Craig S Cantrell, Brian C Smith, Jon H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Joe Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster III: System and method for processing network packet flows. TippingPoint Technologies, December 15, 2009: US07633868 (8 worldwide citation)

A system and method provides a broadband network node for a best effort network such as the Internet or intranets which supports the inexpensive and rapid deployment of services to the best efforts network. Separate data path and control path mechanisms allow high-speed data transfers with parallel ...


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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolby, Craig S Cantrell, Brian C Smith, John H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Joe Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster III: System and method for processing network packet flows. Hewlett Packard Development Company, February 28, 2012: US08125905 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method provides a broadband network node for a best effort network such as the Internet or intranets which supports the inexpensive and rapid deployment of services to the best efforts network. Separate data path and control path mechanisms allow high-speed data transfers with parallel ...


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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolbly, Craig S Cantrell, Brian C Smith, Jon H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Joe Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster III: System and method for processing network packet flows. Hewlett Packard Development Company, October 29, 2013: US08570866 (1 worldwide citation)

A network node includes a classify engine interfaced with the Internet. The classify engine accepts packets from the Internet and determines classification information for each packet. A process engine is interfaced with the classify engine, and has ports, each port being associated with a function. ...


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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolbly, Craig S Cantrell, Brian C Smith, Jon H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Joe Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster: System and method for processing network packet flows. Robert W Holland, Baker Botts, January 16, 2003: US20030012147-A1

A system and method provides a broadband network node for a best effort network such as the Internet or intranets which supports the inexpensive and rapid deployment of services to the best efforts network. Separate data path and control path mechanisms allow high-speed data transfers with parallel ...


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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolbly, Craig S Cantrell, Brain C Smith, Jon H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, J Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster: System and method for programming network nodes. Tippingpoint Technologies, Baker Botts, February 13, 2003: US20030033519-A1

A system and method programs network nodes of a packet-based network to provide services. A service creation tool provides an interface for defining packet processing behaviors in a domain specific programming language and package the service for deployment to the network. A service control center d ...


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Charles R Buckman, Dennis J Cox, Donovan M Kolbly, Craig S Cantrell, Brian C Smith, Jon H Werner, Marc Willebeek LeMair, Joe Wayne Blackard, Francis S Webster: System and method for processing network packet flows. Hamilton & Terrile, October 26, 2006: US20060239273-A1

A system and method provides a broadband network node for a best effort network such as the Internet or intranets which supports the inexpensive and rapid deployment of services to the best efforts network. Separate data path and control path mechanisms allow high-speed data transfers with parallel ...