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David Mathew Pepe, Lisa B Blitzer, James Joseph Brockman, William Cruz, Dwight Omar Hakim, Richard Reid Hovey, Michael Kramer, Dawn Diane Petr, Josefa Ramaroson, Gerardo Ramirez, Yang Wei Wang, Robert G White: System and method for providing protocol translation and filtering to access the world wide web from wireless or low-bandwidth networks. Bell Communications Research, James W Falk, Joseph Giordano, September 30, 1997: US05673322 (674 worldwide citation)

An interface between a protected computer or computer network and the World Wide Web (WWW). The interface comprises a split proxy system that encapsulates TCP/IP transmissions into a script transmission, which is not subject to problems in high latency systems, thereby greatly improving WWW access, ...


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Sandra R Abramson, Stephen M Milton, Richard Reid Hovey, Richard Matthews: Changing the user interface at a telecommunications terminal. Avaya, Maldjian Law Group, John Maldjian, Alexander D Walter, August 19, 2014: US08811967

A technique is disclosed that changes one or more properties of a user interface at a telecommunications terminal based on an incoming call. When a first caller calls the telephone number of the terminal directly and the terminal answers the call, the terminal presents the direct call to the user th ...


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Sandra R Abramson, Stephen M Milton, Richard Reid Hovey, Richard Matthews: Changing the User Interface at a Telecommunications Terminal. Avaya Technology, Demont & Breyer, April 24, 2008: US20080095351-A1

A technique is disclosed that changes one or more properties of a user interface at a telecommunications terminal based on an incoming call. When a first caller calls the telephone number of the terminal directly and the terminal answers the call, the terminal presents the direct call to the user th ...


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Sandra R Abramson, Stephen M Milton, Richard Reid Hovey, Richard Matthews: Changing the user interface at a telecommunications terminal. Avaya Technology, Demont & Breyer, November 9, 2006: US20060252417-A1

A technique is disclosed that changes one or more properties of a user interface at a telecommunications terminal based on an incoming call. When a first caller calls the telephone number of the terminal directly and the terminal answers the call, the terminal presents the direct call to the user th ...