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Philip To, Tugay Eyceoz: Resource allocation in a radio access network. Airvana, Fish & Richardson P C, July 7, 2009: US07558588 (56 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network, techniques for enabling the network to provide a service availability guarantee to a user of a premium service without requiring the network to identify a priority level of a connection with an access terminal associated with the premium service user prior to connection es ...


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Nabil Bitar, Philip To: Buffer management based on buffer sharing across ports and per-port minimum buffer guarantee. Lucent Technologies, Matthew J Hodulik, July 17, 2007: US07245586 (19 worldwide citation)

This invention introduces an intelligent buffering sharing scheme that supports multiple service classes and multiple drop priorities per class. The available buffers are shared between different queues but at the same time every queue will be guaranteed a certain minimum buffer allocation. Other sc ...


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Nabil N Bitar, Philip To, Thomas A Hoch: Unified scheduling and queueing architecture for a multiservice switch. Lucent Technologies, December 4, 2007: US07304944 (16 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides hierarchical structures of queues and schedulers for switches and routers with, preferably fully-connected, mesh fabrics, for efficiently and properly handling the quality or service requirements of multiple network services, such as ATM and IP, in switch or router. Th ...


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Philip To, Tugay Eyceoz: Resource allocation in a radio access network. Airvana Network Solutions, Fish & Richardson P C, April 5, 2011: US07920541 (14 worldwide citation)

In a radio access network, techniques for enabling the network to provide a service availability guarantee to a user of a premium service without requiring the network to identify a priority level of a connection with an access terminal associated with the premium service user prior to connection es ...


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Deepak Garg, Srinivas Kappla, Philip To: Methods and systems for call detail record generation for billing systems. AFFIRMED NETWORKS, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, August 1, 2017: US09723153 (2 worldwide citation)

A system and method for generating Call Detail Records (CDR) to optimize network usage notifications to a mobile device subscriber. The system and method can include a billing system module that determines CDR generation parameters for the mobile device subscriber based on the mobile device subscrib ...


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Nabil N Bitar, Philip To: Systems and methods for smooth and efficient round-robin scheduling. Lucent Technologies, August 5, 2008: US07408946 (1 worldwide citation)

The present invention provides improved work schedulers for computer systems and communication processors. A preferred embodiment of the present invention includes systems with buffer memory for storing one or more communication packets or work requests arranged on a plurality of scheduling queues a ...


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Philip To: Optimizing capacity expansion in a mobile network. AFFIRMED NETWORKS, Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr, October 3, 2017: US09781631

Systems and methods of optimizing capacity of network equipment in mobile networks. A computing device receives a user identification and a user attribute, the user identification corresponding to a characteristic of the mobile network user, the user attribute corresponding to at least one character ...


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Nabil N Bitar, Philip To, Thomas A Hoch: Variable packet-size backplanes for switching and routing systems. Alcatel Lucent, Capitol Patent & Trademark Law Firm PLLC, March 4, 2014: US08665719

The present invention provides switches and routers, preferably with fully-connected mesh fabrics, that transmit data through the switch fabric in variable-size data units. Variable-size data units allow switches and routers to provide throughputs close to hardware capabilities, eliminating the need ...


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Philip To, Tugay Eyceoz: Resource allocation in a radio access network. Fish & Richardson PC, May 24, 2007: US20070115896-A1

In a radio access network, techniques for enabling the network to provide a service availability guarantee to a user of a premium service without requiring the network to identify a priority level of a connection with an access terminal associated with the premium service user prior to connection es ...


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Nabil Bitar, Philip To: Buffer management based on buffer sharing across ports and per-port minimum buffer guarantee. Docket Administrator, March 4, 2004: US20040042477-A1

This invention introduces an intelligent buffering sharing scheme that supports multiple service classes and multiple drop priorities per class. The available buffers are shared between different queues but at the same time every queue will be guaranteed a certain minimum buffer allocation. Other sc ...