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Charles Hasek, Kenneth Gould: Emergency alert data delivery apparatus and methods. Time Warner Cable, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, September 22, 2009: US07592912 (47 worldwide citation)

Apparatus and methods for efficiently and flexibly providing emergency alert data (e.g., EAS messages) to subscribers of a content-based network, such as for example Internet protocol television (IPTV) subscribers. In one exemplary embodiment, the apparatus includes a server performing real-time rec ...


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Kenneth Gould: Methods and apparatus for efficient IP multicasting in a content-based network. Time Warner Cable, Gazdzinski & Associates PC, April 6, 2010: US07693171 (38 worldwide citation)

Methods and apparatus for assigning physical channels in a content-based network. In an exemplary embodiment, the network comprises a cable television network having a plurality of cable modems, and the physical channels are assigned to the cable modems based at least in part on any multicast transm ...


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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 (37 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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Andrew Danforth, Kenneth Gould: Method to block unauthorized access to TFTP server configuration files. Time Warner Cable, Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, November 6, 2007: US07293282 (32 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches methods and systems for blocking unauthorized access to cable modem configuration files stored on trivial file transfer protocol (TFTP) servers. Filenames are modified by the DHCP to incorporate an authentication key (and optional cloaking) prior to transmission to the ...


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Paul Alexander, Christopher P Williams, Kenneth Gould, David Christman: System and method for controlling a digital video recorder on a cable network. Time Warner Cable, Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, February 3, 2009: US07486869 (26 worldwide citation)

A system and method for controlling a digital video recorder on a cable network. Signaling associated with the answering or initiation of a digital telephone call by a digital telephone subscriber is used to issue commands to a digital video recorder (DVR). A signal is generated by an MTA when the t ...


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John Anthony Chen, Kenneth Gould: Thwarting denial of service attacks originating in a DOCSIS-compliant cable network. Time Warner Cable, Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, May 13, 2008: US07372809 (25 worldwide citation)

Methods and systems for thwarting denial of service attacks originating in a DOCSIS-compliant cable network (DCN) are described. A DCN comprises one or more sub-networks each comprising an access network, one or more cable modem termination systems (CMTSs) and one or more cable modems (CMs). The DCN ...


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Chris Williams, Kenneth Gould: System and method for detecting and reporting cable modems with duplicate media access control addresses. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, September 18, 2007: US07272846 (24 worldwide citation)

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable modem (CM) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical cable modem ...


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Kenneth Gould, Christopher Pierce Williams: System and method for detecting and reporting cable network devices with duplicate media access control addresses. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, Roberts Mardula & Wertheim, March 31, 2009: US07512969 (22 worldwide citation)

The detection of devices with duplicate media access controller (MAC) addresses in a cable network. A cable network device (CND) having a MAC address is connected by the cable network to a cable modem termination system (CMTS) having a gateway interface address. A centralized storage of historical c ...


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Kenneth Gould, Joo Chung, Michael Sun, Frank Huang: System and method for multicast stream failover. Road Runner, ServiceCo, Roberts Abokhair & Mardula, January 4, 2005: US06839865 (19 worldwide citation)

A system and method for avoiding a single point of failure in the broadcast of streaming data. The system uses multiple redundant servers steaming the exactly same data to a failover device. The failover device buffers the steams into a primary and secondary data stream and automatically switches fr ...


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Kenneth Gould: Gaming server providing on demand quality of service. Time Warner Cable a division of Time Warner Entertainment Company, The Marbury Law Group PLLC, April 5, 2011: US07918734 (13 worldwide citation)

The present invention teaches methods and systems for providing a gaming server system (Gaming System) for enabling a quality-of-service on-demand (QoS) broadcast system to provide a gaming computer or game console with premium levels of quality-of-service. The gaming server provides premium network ...



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