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Month of May 2004 - Page Number 5

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    A multi-threaded, multi-queue printer device driver system is proposed in order to: 1. Minimize the application turn-around time 2. Optimize the printer throughput for a variety of transports 3. Ease the handling of the printer error recovery 4. Offer a composite device service
    IPCOM000028712D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    IPCOM000028711D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    ACPI Chipset Design to Enable Wake-On-LAN on Unexpected Power-Off
    IPCOM000028710D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
  4. 44.
    This article briefly describes the abstraction of a volume's life cycle and management of that life cycle
    IPCOM000028709D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    This invention describes an efficient method for scheduling a suspended persistent task to run, and optionally passing data to that task in the process. In this case, for a high performance message passing adapter, this invention was used extensively to achieve intertask communication and scheduling.
    IPCOM000028708D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    A method to define an alternate server for Automatic Client Reroute
    IPCOM000028707D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    GPS based car navigations systems, such as NeverLost, are very beneficial but suffer from a poor user interface for entering destinations. This article describes a system where a traveller can download addresses from calendar and travel itinerary applications using Web services. The traveller can then easily...
    IPCOM000028701D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    As software solution become more complex it is becoming increasingly important for solution developers and architects to be able to visualize the entire solution. However, the solutions are sophisticated enough that they are too complex to visualize and even more difficult to navigate around. This article...
    IPCOM000028700D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    One of the problems when moving to a utility model of services such as in on demand computing is that the service must publish and support some level of service to its users. This service level agreement (SLA) will contain many aspects of the service being provided but one of these will be performance. For...
    IPCOM000028699D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27
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    IPCOM000028686D | Original Publication Date: 2004-May-27