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Edward J Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, November 10, 1992: US05163131 (931 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Edward J Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, October 11, 1994: US05355453 (410 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Edward John Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, August 3, 1999: US05931918 (365 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Edward John Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Fliesler Dubb Meyer & Lovejoy, September 1, 1998: US05802366 (302 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Row Edward John, Boucher Laurence B, Pitts William M, Blightman Stephen E: Parallel i/o network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, April 22, 1998: EP0837402-A2 (7 worldwide citation)

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit (110), a file controller unit (112) and a storage processor unit (114). These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor (118). All networks are ...


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Sylvain Jeaugey, Zoltan Menyhart, Frederic Temporelli: Double processing offloading to additional and central processing units. BULL, Young & Thompson, February 6, 2018: US09886330

A data-processing system (DTS) includes a central hardware unit (CPU) and an additional hardware unit (HW), the central hardware unit (CPU) being adapted to execute a task by a processing thread (TM), and to trigger offloading of execution of a first part (P1a, P1b, P2) of the task to the additional ...


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Edward John Row, Laurence B Boucher, William M Pitts, Stephen E Blightman: Parallel I/O network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, Haynes Beffel & Wolfeld, June 27, 2002: US20020083111-A1

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit, a file controller unit and a storage processor unit. These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor. All networks are connected to the networ ...


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Row Edward John, Boucher Laurence B, Pitts William M, Blightman Stephen E: Parallel i/o network file server architecture. Auspex Systems, FLIESLER Martin C, March 21, 1991: WO/1991/003788

A file server architecture is disclosed, comprising as separate processors, a network controller unit (110), a file controller unit (112) and a storage processor unit (114). These units incorporate their own processors, and operate in parallel with a local Unix host processor (118). All networks are ...


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