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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and system for directing a flow between a client and a server. Arrowpoint Communications, Fish & Richardson P C, December 21, 1999: US06006264 (752 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Rai Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Content-aware switching of network packets. Cisco Systems, Barry W Chapin, Chapin & Huang L L C, September 10, 2002: US06449647 (163 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Technology, Chapin & Huang, Barry W Chapin Esq, March 1, 2005: US06862624 (67 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Technology, Chapin IP Law, Barry W Chapin Esq, August 14, 2007: US07257634 (18 worldwide citation)

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Theodore H Baker, Majid Ghafghaichi, Richard C Stevens, Daniel Tuman: Integrated circuit structure having a plurality of separable circuits. IBM Corporation, J B Kraft, November 23, 1976: US03993934 (11 worldwide citation)

A method for determining whether an integrated circuit chip containing a plurality of separable circuits is operable when one or more of the separable circuits is not functional.


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Systems, Barry W Chapin Esq, Chapin & Huang, February 26, 2004: US20040039820-A1

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...


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Steven Colby, John J Krawczyk, Raj Krishnan Nair, Katherine Royce, Kenneth P Siegel, Richard C Stevens, Scott Wasson: Method and apparatus for directing a flow of packets based on request and server attributes. Cisco Technology, Barry W Chapin Esq, Chapin & Huang, September 1, 2005: US20050193114-A1

A content-aware flow switch intercepts a client content request in an IP network, and transparently directs the content request to a best-fit server. The best-fit server is chosen based on the type of content requested, the quality of service requirements implied by the content request, the degree o ...