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Michael L Lajoie, Louis Williamson, Wilfrid Alssi, Chris Cholas, Jason Gaedtke, Kenneth Gould, Glen Hardin, Charles Hasek, Vedavati Hegde, Jeffery P Markley, Vipul Patel, Howard Pfeffer: Methods and apparatus for packetized content delivery over a content delivery network. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, August 20, 2013: US08516529 (28 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for delivery of packetized content (e.g., video, audio, data, etc.) over a content delivery network. In one embodiment, the content is packetized using an Internet Protocol (IP), and delivered by a service provider over both managed and unmanaged networks to subscribers of the ...


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Paul D Brooks, Glen Hardin, Tom Gonder: Apparatus and methods for packetized content delivery over a bandwidth-efficient network. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, March 31, 2015: US08997136 (12 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for providing packetized content to users via a bandwidth-optimized network. In one embodiment, legacy and IPTV streams are carried over the same switched digital infrastructure, and freely intermixed without regard to their encoding or type. A user's selection for IPTV content ...


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Glen Hardin: Method and apparatus for network bandwidth allocation. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinksi & Associates PC, September 23, 2014: US08843978 (11 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for assigning bandwidth to a network based on two or more different service levels. In an exemplary embodiment, video on-demand (VOD) session requests within a service group of an HFC cable network are assigned bandwidth such that maximum opportunity is given to grant HD VOD re ...


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Glen Hardin, Robert Benya, James Kasanin: Methods and apparatus for supporting content distribution. Time Warner Cable, Straub & Pokotylo, Michael P Straub, Stephen T Straub, May 7, 2013: US08438603 (1 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for supporting content delivery service are described. In accordance with the invention content can be supplied to temporary storage of a regional or local server used to supply the content to a customer's premises when the requested content is not already available in the regi ...


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Michael L Lajoie, Louis Williamson, Wilfrid Aissi, Chris Cholas, Jason Gaedtke, Kenneth Gould, Glen Hardin, Charles Hasek, Vedavati Hegde, Jeffery P Markley, Vipul Patel, Howard Pfeffer: Methods and apparatus for packetized content delivery over a content delivery network. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, December 27, 2016: US09531760

Methods and apparatus for delivery of packetized content (e.g., video, audio, data, etc.) over a content delivery network. In one embodiment, the content is packetized using an Internet Protocol (IP), and delivered by a service provider over both managed and unmanaged networks to subscribers of the ...


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Glen Hardin: Digital domain content processing and distribution apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable Enterprise, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, March 29, 2016: US09300445

Methods and apparatus for distributing content using a spectrum generation device. In one embodiment, digital content is received via a time-multiplexed network transport (such as Gigabit Ethernet), and converted to frequency channels suitable for transmission over a content distribution (e.g., Hybr ...


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Glen Hardin: Digital domain content processing and distribution apparatus and methods. TIME WARNER CABLE ENTERPRISES, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, November 10, 2015: US09185341

Methods and apparatus for distributing content using a spectrum generation device. In one embodiment, digital content is received via a time-multiplexed network transport (such as Gigabit Ethernet), and converted to frequency channels suitable for transmission over a content distribution (e.g., Hybr ...


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Scott W Ramsdell, Glen Hardin: Methods and apparatus for local channel insertion in an all-digital content distribution network. TIME WARNER CABLE ENTERPRISES, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, January 12, 2016: US09237381

Methods and apparatus for inserting local content of interest in an all digital content delivery network. In one embodiment, the content delivery network comprises a cable television or satellite network, and an RF channel thereof is separated or isolated from an incoming multiplex of all-digital co ...


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Robert Benya, James Kasanin, Glen Hardin: Methods, apparatus and user interface for providing content on demand. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Straub & Pokotylo, Michael P Straub, Stephen T Straub, January 20, 2015: US08938765

Methods and apparatus for supporting content delivery service are described. In accordance with the invention content can be supplied to temporary storage of a regional or local server used to supply the content to a customer's premises when the requested content is not already available in the regi ...


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Glen Hardin: IR pairing for RF4CE remote controls. Time Warner Cable Enterprises, Chapin IP Law, February 9, 2016: US09258508

Systems, apparatus, and methods for pairing information appliance devices, such as set-top boxes and/or set-back boxes (the “set-top/back boxes”), to wireless remote control devices. The systems, apparatus, and methods allow the pairing between a set-top/back box and a remote control device to be ma ...



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