Month of May 2001 - Page Number 1

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    Disclosed is a method of dynamic detection of RDRAM devices in the absence of SPD data. Benefits include elimination of the use of an EEPROM to store SPD data.
    IPCOM000004797D | 2001-May-30
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    Disclosed is a method to use the IOAPIC to deliver NMI messages to processors. Benefits include a complete IOAPIC-based BIOS solution for NMI and other message delivery that can be extended to include the removal of the discreet NMI signal from the processor and chipset.
    IPCOM000004796D | 2001-May-30
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    Disclosed is a method to use the IOAPIC to deliver SMI messages to processors. Benefits include a complete IOAPIC-based BIOS solution for SMI and other message delivery that can be extended to include the removal of the discreet SMI signal from the processor and chipset.
    IPCOM000004795D | 2001-May-30
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    Method of Providing DiffServ-like QoS for Multicast MPLS Flows
    IPCOM000004794D | Original Publication Date: 2001-May-29
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    Method of Doing Multicast Over Non-Multicast Capable MPLS-Based Layer3 VPNs
    IPCOM000004793D | Original Publication Date: 2001-May-29
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    Disclosed is a sense amplifier design to enhance the testability of differential dynamic logic circuits. Benefits include enhanced testability of differential logic circuits, which results in enhanced system reliability.
    IPCOM000004792D | 2001-May-29
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    Through-the-air Password Enabled Calls
    IPCOM000004791D | Original Publication Date: 2001-May-25
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    WHAT IS "HANDHELD HQ" "HandHeld HQ" is an external infrared transmitter and receiver connected to a computer terminal (desktops, terminal nodes, laptops, or "HandHeld HQ kiosks). The signal can be transmitted to or received from handheld devices such as Palm Pilots or other similar devices using identifiable O/S. ...
    IPCOM000004790D | 2001-May-25
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    Disclosed is a method for testing floating-point exception handling. Benefits include certainty in the correctness of a computing system's implementation of floating-point exception handling.
    IPCOM000004789D | 2001-May-22
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    DUAL SIM BLOCK
    IPCOM000004788D | Original Publication Date: 2001-May-22