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Ram Dular Singh: Double density content addressable memory (CAM) lookup scheme. Foundry Networks, Townsend and Townsend and Crew, February 2, 2010: US07657703 (35 worldwide citation)

The number of content addressable memory (CAM) lookups is reduced from two to one. Each side (left and right sides) of a CAM is programmed with network addresses, such as IP addresses, based on certain bits of the network addresses. These bits of the network addresses (which represent packet routes) ...


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Ram Dular Singh: Double density content addressable memory (CAM) lookup scheme. Foundry Networks, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, May 31, 2011: US07953922 (25 worldwide citation)

The number of content addressable memory (CAM) lookups is reduced from two to one. Each side (left and right sides) of a CAM is programmed with network addresses, such as IP addresses, based on certain bits of the network addresses. These bits of the network addresses (which represent packet routes) ...


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Ram Dular Singh: Double density content addressable memory (CAM) lookup scheme. Foundry Networks, Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton, May 31, 2011: US07953923 (24 worldwide citation)

The number of content addressable memory (CAM) lookups is reduced from two to one. Each side (left and right sides) of a CAM is programmed with network addresses, such as IP addresses, based on certain bits of the network addresses. These bits of the network addresses (which represent packet routes) ...


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Ram Dular Singh: Double density content addressable memory (cam) lookup scheme. Foundry Networks, Townsend and Townsend and Crew Foundry Brocade, April 22, 2010: US20100100671-A1

The number of content addressable memory (CAM) lookups is reduced from two to one. Each side (left and right sides) of a CAM is programmed with network addresses, such as IP addresses, based on certain bits of the network addresses. These bits of the network addresses (which represent packet routes) ...


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Ram Dular Singh: Double density content addressable memory (cam) lookup scheme. Foundry Networks, Townsend and Townsend and Crew Foundry Brocade, June 24, 2010: US20100161894-A1

The number of content addressable memory (CAM) lookups is reduced from two to one. Each side (left and right sides) of a CAM is programmed with network addresses, such as IP addresses, based on certain bits of the network addresses. These bits of the network addresses (which represent packet routes) ...