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Paul Chang, Gary S Delp, Hanafy E Meleis, Rafael M Montalvo, David I Seidman, Ahmed N Tantawy, Dominick A Zumbo: Generic high bandwidth adapter having data packet memory configured in three level hierarchy for temporary storage of variable length data packets. International Business Machines Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy & Presser, November 22, 1994: US05367643 (135 worldwide citation)

A generic high bandwidth adapter providing a unified architecture for data communications between buses, channels, processors, switch fabrics and/or communication networks. Data is carried by data stream packets of variable lengths, and each packet includes a header control information portion requi ...


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Mon Song Chen, Barry C Goldstein, Hanafy E Meleis, Dominick A Zumbo: Adaptive data link protocol. International Business Machines, Perman & Green, November 13, 1990: US04970714 (134 worldwide citation)

A communication system provides high speed transmission of data over a link, such as a fiber optic link, between a first terminal and a second terminal. The architecture and protocol permits the use of dedicated hardware such as state machines constructed of programmable array logic units, to synchr ...


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Paul Chang, Gary S Delp, Hanafy E S Meleis, Rafael M Montalvo, David I Seidman, Ahmed N E D Tantawy, Dominick A Zumbo: Generic high bandwidth adapter providing data communications between diverse communication networks and computer system. IBM Corporation, Scully Scott Murphy and Presser, May 27, 1997: US05634015 (115 worldwide citation)

A generic high bandwidth adapter providing a unified architecture for data communications between buses, channels, processors, switch fabrics and/or communication networks. Data is carried by data stream packets of variable lengths, and each packet includes a header control information portion requi ...


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Barry C Goldstein, Hanafy El Sayed Meleis, Asser N Tantawi, Dominick A Zumbo: Low-end high-performance switch subsystem architecture. International Business Machines Corporation, Whitham & Marhoefer, January 1, 1991: US04982187 (14 worldwide citation)

An architecture for a low-end, high-performance switch subsystem allows the connection of a multitude of requests per link. The switch subsystem operates a cross-bar switch under the control of a controller, such as a personal computer, to connect selected ones of a plurality of input links to selec ...