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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, January 29, 1991: US04989206 (258 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers, George A Rudeseal: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, December 31, 1991: US05077736 (209 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, April 3, 1990: US04914656 (182 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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Robert H Dunphy Jr, Robert Walsh, John H Bowers: Disk drive memory. Storage Technology Corporation, Dorr Carson Sloan & Peterson, January 29, 1991: US04989205 (137 worldwide citation)

The disk drive memory of the present invention uses a large plurality of small form factor disk drives to implement an inexpensive, high performance, high reliability disk drive memory that emulates the format and capability of large form factor disk drives. The plurality of disk drives are switchab ...


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Peter R Bossard, Robert H Dunphy Jr, Michael R Betker: Dynamically balanced ionization blower. Voyager Technologies, Nixon & Vanderhye, July 12, 1988: US04757422 (49 worldwide citation)

A dynamically balanced ion generator is provided which incorporates a detection screen and feedback loop to ensure that the number of positive and negative ions emitted from the generator are substantially equal. The detection screen is located between the ion generating electrodes and the exit port ...