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Mostafa Tofighbakhsh: Open connection manager virtualization at system-on-chip. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY I, Amin Turocy & Watson, February 23, 2016: US09270659

Resource and memory use by applications used by user equipment (UE) can be adaptively controlled. A UE comprises a connection-manager kernel (CMKC) that can be embedded at the SOC level to facilitate resource and memory control at SOC level. CMKC operates in conjunction with an operating system kern ...


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Milap Majmundar, Mostafa Tofighbakhsh: Opportunistic service management for elastic applications. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY I, Amin Turocy & Watson, August 9, 2016: US09414401

Methods and systems for facilitating management of elastic applications in a wireless environment are provided. The methods and systems include determining a degree of elasticity for wireless applications having varying degrees of elasticity. Traffic entities generated by wireless application are th ...


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Feng Wang, Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, David Wolter: Mobile device network configuration via speed determination. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY I, Toler Law Group PC, May 16, 2017: US09654931

In one or more embodiments, a mobile device can determine its speed and can utilize a wireless network based on its determined speed. In one example, the mobile device can be within a communications range of a wireless access point that implements a wireless local area network and can utilize a mobi ...


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Kaveh Hushyar, Mostafa Tofighbakhsh: Modifying original geographic location for viewing by a user in a multingual collaborative gaming environment. AT&T Intellectual Property II, September 5, 2017: US09754241

Disclosed are systems, methods, and computer readable media for providing a collaborative communication environment. The method embodiment comprises receiving user profiles, establishing a collaborative communication environment where a plurality of users simultaneously interact over a network, conv ...


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Feng Wang, Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, David R Wolter: Mobile device network configuration via speed determination. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY I, Toler Law Group PC, March 27, 2018: US09930493

A method includes receiving a beacon signal from a wireless access point at a mobile device. The method also includes determining, based on the beacon signal and a size of a buffer of the mobile device, a speed threshold associated with the wireless access point. The method further includes selectiv ...


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Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, David R Wolter: Mobile point-of-presence for on demand network client services and security. AT&T Intellectual Property I, Hartman & Citrin, August 30, 2016: US09432386

Devices, systems and methods are disclosed which relate to implementing a point-of-presence system on a mobile service network. Such a point-of-presence system includes a mobile device communications network; a mobile device; a point-of-presence logic installed on a mobile device; and an application ...


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Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, Michael Q Iapalucci: Collecting and using quality of experience information. AT&T Intellectual Property I, AT&T Mobility II, Hartman & Citrin, February 20, 2018: US09900225

Concepts and technologies are disclosed herein for collecting and using quality of experience information. A server computer executing a quality of experience management service can receive a request for quality of experience display data. The server computer can obtain location data defining a geog ...


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Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, Hossein Eslambolchi: Closed user groups. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY II, Scott P Zimmerman PLLC, November 10, 2015: US09185572

An arrangement for providing, on an ad hoc basis, a closed user group (CUG) among a collection of pre-defined IP network users. A set of intelligent access devices, dispersed through the IP network, constantly transmit a set of pings associated with the defines CUGs to discover those devices within ...


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Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, David R Wolter: Network operating system client architecture for mobile user equipment. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY I, Amin Turocy & Watson, February 7, 2017: US09565576

A network operating system agent can operate to facilitate communications to a network device and a managing server of self-organizing network devices to exchange contexts between an application managed by a user equipment device and the network device. Relationships between self-organizing devices ...


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Mostafa Tofighbakhsh, David R Wolter: Network operating system client architecture for mobile user equipment. AT&T INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY I, Amin Turocy & Watson, April 17, 2018: US09948511

A network operating system agent can operate to facilitate communications to a network device and a managing server of self-organizing network devices to exchange contexts between an application managed by a user equipment device and the network device. Relationships between self-organizing devices ...