Month of January 2006 - Page Number 7

Showing 61 - 70 of 395 from January 2006
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  1. 61.
    This disclosure is for a novel method of increasing the life span of a single edge blade. By including scores along the edge of the blades, new sharp edges may be achieved adding product life to the blade. The principle concept is to provide a simple manual approach to achieve a new cutting surface for the blade. The...
    IPCOM000133467D | 2006-Jan-26
  2. 62.
    One of the recent developments in the realm of automated testing relates to the execution environment of an automated test. Traditionally, automated tests have been launched from a local machine where all of the resources and targets for an automated test are located. In recent attempts to capitalize on the cost...
    IPCOM000133466D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-26
  3. 63.
    IPCOM000133464D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-26
  4. 64.
    Disclosed is a method to split the PTH vias to achieve very low vertical and lateral inductance. Benefits include a solution that requires fewer die side capacitors (DSC) and land side capacitors (LSC) to achieve the same droop targets.
    IPCOM000133405D | 2006-Jan-25
  5. 65.
    A graphics display application that users configure to simplify diagrams.
    IPCOM000133404D | Original Publication Date: 2006-Jan-25
  6. 66.
    Disclosed is a method that transfers Ethernet packets to a CPU’s host memory, using the DMA from an output transit queue (TXQ) within the Ethernet switch. Benefits include a solution that produces no packet aborts.
    IPCOM000133403D | 2006-Jan-25
  7. 67.
    Disclosed is a method for using a 10Gbps Ethernet Media Access Controller (10GbE MAC) for a variety of rates (1Gbps/100Mbps/10Mbps). The disclosed method supports only full duplex operations. Benefits include reducing gate count and power consumption, as well as simplifying programming.
    IPCOM000133402D | 2006-Jan-25
  8. 68.
    Disclosed is a method for silicon-based storage virtualization for servers. Benefits include improved functionality, improved performance, improved reliability, and improved cost effectiveness.
    IPCOM000133401D | 2006-Jan-25
  9. 69.
    Disclosed is a method for a high-speed asynchronous redundant array of inexpensive disks (RAID) protocol. Benefits include improved functionality and improved performance.
    IPCOM000133400D | 2006-Jan-25
  10. 70.
    Disclosed is a method for implementing SATA II architecture for CompactPCI storage blade systems. Benefits include improved functionality, improved performance, and improved system availability.
    IPCOM000133399D | 2006-Jan-25