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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Edward W Chencinski, James R Coon, John C Dayka, Steven G Glassen, Richard J Gusefski, Michael J Jordan, Marco Kraemer, Thomas B Mathias, Peter K Szwed, Garry J Sullivan, Klaus Werner: Integrated key server. International Business Machines Corporation, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, November 12, 2013: US08582778

A computer program product for integrated key serving is provided. The computer program product includes a tangible storage medium readable by a processing circuit and storing instructions for execution by the processing circuit for performing a method. The method includes using a smart card of two ...


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James Kraemer Ph.D.
Edward W Chencinski, James R Coon, John C Dayka, Steven G Glassen, Richard J Gusefski, Michael J Jordan, Marco Kraemer, Thomas B Mathias, Peter K Szwed, Garry J Sullivan, Klaus Werner: Integrated key server. International Business Machines Corporation, December 6, 2012: US20120308011-A1

A computer program product for integrated key serving is provided. The computer program product includes a tangible storage medium readable by a processing circuit and storing instructions for execution by the processing circuit for performing a method. The method includes using a smart card of two ...


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Edward W Chencinski, Jeffrey C Bixler, Neal T Christensen: Storage protection cache and backing storage having system control element data cache pipeline and storage protection bits in a stack array with a stack directory for the stack array. International Business Machines Corporation, Lynn L Augspurger, December 31, 1996: US05590309 (31 worldwide citation)

A high performance cache and storage control and management scheme for storage protection (SP) bits. The SP bits of interest are "key", "reference" and "change" bits which are architected to prevent unauthorized access to storage and to allow the efficient paging of main storage data. Access to this ...


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Chin Long Chen, Edward W Chencinski, Vincenzo Condorelli, Leonard L Fogell, Samir K Patel: Circuits and methods for modular exponentiation. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence D Cutter, November 8, 2005: US06963977 (5 worldwide citation)

The modular exponentiation function used in public key encryption and decryption systems is implemented in a standalone engine having at its core modular multiplication circuits which operate in two phases which share overlapping hardware structures. The partitioning of large arrays in the hardware ...


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Edward W Chencinski, Michael Jung, Martin Rehm, Philip A Sciuto: Sideband error signaling. International Business Machines Corporation, Steven Chiu Esq, Blanche E Schiller Esq, Heslin Rothenberg Farley & Mesiti P C, February 4, 2014: US08644136 (1 worldwide citation)

Fast error reporting is provided in networks that have an architected delayed error reporting capability. Errors are detected and reported without having to wait for a timeout period to expire. Further, failures of other components caused by the delay are avoided, since the delay is bypassed.


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Craig A Bickelman, Edward W Chencinski, Seth R Greenspan, M Dean Sciacca, Xiaojin Wei: Control of solid state memory device temperature using queue depth management. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, November 22, 2016: US09501069

Embodiments relate to controlling a temperature of a solid state memory device using queue depth management by monitoring an operating temperature of each of a plurality of solid state drives of the solid state memory device. Based on a determination that the operating temperature of one of the plur ...


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Craig A Bickelman, Edward W Chencinski, Seth R Greenspan, M Dean Sciacca, Xiaojin Wei: Control of solid state memory device temperature using queue depth management. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, August 23, 2016: US09423804

Embodiments relate to controlling a temperature of a solid state memory device using queue depth management by monitoring an operating temperature of each of a plurality of solid state drives of the solid state memory device. Based on a determination that the operating temperature of one of the plur ...


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Craig A Bickelman, Edward W Chencinski, Seth R Greenspan, M Dean Sciacca, Xiaojin Wei: Control of solid state memory device temperature using queue depth management. INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS MACHINES CORPORATION, Cantor Colburn, Steven Chiu, April 11, 2017: US09619166

Embodiments relate to controlling a temperature of a solid state memory device using queue depth management by monitoring an operating temperature of each of a plurality of solid state drives of the solid state memory device. Based on a determination that the operating temperature of one of the plur ...


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Chin Long Chen, Edward W Chencinski, Vincenzo Condorelli, Leonard L Fogell, Samir K Patel: Circuits and methods for modular exponentiation. International Business Machines Corporation, Lawrence D Cutter Attorney, IBM Corporation Intellectual Property Law Dept, August 25, 2005: US20050188209-A1

The modular exponentiation function used in public key encryption and decryption systems is implemented in a standalone engine having at its core modular multiplication circuits which operate in two phases which share overlapping hardware structures. The partitioning of large arrays in the hardware ...


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Edward W Chencinski, Michael Jung, Martin Rehm, Philip A Sciuto: Facilitating processing in a communications environment using stop signaling. International Business Machines Corporation, December 6, 2012: US20120311133-A1

Processing, such as debug and/or recovery processing, within a communications environment is facilitated. Responsive to detecting an event, a stop signal is propagated through a communications network of the communications environment, and each network element that receives the stop signal, transmit ...