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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Aric Hagberg, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Configurable adaptive global traffic control and management. Level 3 Communications, Brian Siritzky, October 26, 2010: US07822871 (162 worldwide citation)

A framework for delivery of Internet content includes a subscriber server network; and at least one domain name server constructed and adapted to provide policy-based domain name service, wherein, in response to a request to resolve a hostname, the domain name server resolves the hostname to at leas ...


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Mark Brady, Maksim Yevmenkin, Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey Koller, Aric Hagberg, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, Davidson Berquist Jackson & Gowdy, Brian Siritzky, December 28, 2010: US07860964 (117 worldwide citation)

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Paul E Stolorz, John K Salmon, Michael S Warren, Jeffrey G Koller, Maksim Yevmenkin, Mark Brady, David Pfitzner, Ted Middleton, Aric Hagberg: Policy-based content delivery network selection. Level 3 Communications, February 4, 2014: US08645517 (68 worldwide citation)

In a framework wherein resources of a content provider may be delivered to clients from different domains, a method distributes the requests based on content-provider policies. In some cases, the domains include at least two distinct content delivery network (CDN) domains. The domains may include a ...


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Arnold Mendelsohn, John K Salmon deceased: Traction elevators with adjustable traction sheave loading, with or without counterweights. Otis Elevator Company, August 4, 1998: US05788018 (32 worldwide citation)

Elevators operating in hoistways serving landings at different floor levels of multi-story buildings are each provided with a compensation or comp sheave engaged in the lower bight of the rope, at the lower end of the elevator hoistway, with all or most of the weight of the comp sheave and its beari ...


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Clement A Skalski, John K Salmon, Boris G Traktovenko, Richard L Hollowell: Active vibration control system for an elevator, which reduces horizontal and rotational forces acting on the car. Otis Elevator Company, Francis J Maguire Jr, March 15, 1994: US05294757 (28 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for actively counteracting a disturbing force acting on a platform moving vertically in a hoistway is disclosed. A manifestation of the disturbing force such as rotational acceleration or translational accelerations indicative thereof is sensed and counteracted, for example, b ...


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John K Salmon, Young S Yoo: Elevator car mounting assembly. Otis Elevator Company, William W Jones, February 13, 1990: US04899852 (21 worldwide citation)

The elevator car is disposed in a frame which moves on rails through the elevator hoistway. A pendulum mount is used to mount the car in the frame so that the car is free to swing within the frame in pendulum fashion. Both lateral and torsional swinging movement of the car within the frame are contr ...


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John K Salmon, Dwight Beazley: Self-refilling hydraulic actuator. Otis Elevator Company, Robert E Greenstien, July 28, 1981: US04280600 (21 worldwide citation)

A piston slides in a fluid-filled piston chamber for damping or snubbing the movement of an object connected thereto. Attached to the piston is a piston rod which is disposed in the main fluid supply reservoir located below the piston chamber, at the lowest point in the apparatus. As the piston move ...


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John K Salmon, William S Edge: Elevator roping arrangement. Otis Elevator Company, February 28, 1989: US04807723 (19 worldwide citation)

In a traction drive elevator system, the ropes from the counterweight are fed over a secondary or deflection sheave to the bottom of a drive sheave, around the drive sheave for more than 180.degree. and then to the elevator car. The sheaves contain polyurethane inserts for the rope. The draw angles, ...


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John K Salmon, Irving A Hiller: Hydraulic tie-down for elevators. Otis Elevator Company, Robert E Greenstien, June 11, 1985: US04522285 (18 worldwide citation)

A compensating rope sheave tie-down uses a hydraulic control system comprising various valves to control sheave motion. The sheave is permitted by the control system to move up and down slightly at slow rates, but is held in place if a high rate occurs. The control also permits the sheave to drop do ...


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John K Salmon: Two car elevator system. Otis Elevator Company, June 18, 1996: US05526901 (18 worldwide citation)

An elevator is provided comprising a first car, a second car, and a counterweight for travel within a hoistway. A plurality of ropes connect the first and second cars to the counterweight for travel within the hoistway. A machine is provided for driving the cars and counterweight within the hoistway ...