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Edward John Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, August 3, 1999: US05931918 (365 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Edward John Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, September 1, 1998: US05802366 (303 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Paul Popelka, Tarun Kumar Tripathy, Richard Allen Walter, Paul Brian Del Fante, Murali Sundaramoorthy Repakula, Lakshman Narayanaswamy, Donald Wayne Sterk, Amod Prabhakar Bodas, Leslie Thomas McCutcheon, Daniel Murray Jones, Peter Kingsley Craft, Clive Mathew Philbrick, David Allan Higgen, Edward John Row: Processing system with dynamically allocatable buffer memory. Auspex Systems Incorporated, Fish & Richardson P C, June 27, 2000: US06081883 (188 worldwide citation)

A scalable computer system has an interconnect bus providing communication links among a host processor and one or more function-specific processors, including a network processor (NP) and a file storage processor (FSP). The host processor provides a single interface to network administrators for ma ...


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Edward John Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Haynes Beffel & Wolfeld, June 27, 2002: US20020083111-A1

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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