Month of November 2009 - Page Number 6

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  1. 51.
    Wiki sites and other collaborative forms such as TeamRoom databases are widely used by teams to share information. These collaboration centers offer a convenient location to access team documents, tutorials, schedules and other critical information without needing to transfer the files repeatedly between users. As...
    IPCOM000190357D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  2. 52.
    Affinity chromatography and related methods are well established separation and analytical techniques. They are typically based on addition of affinity ligands, or larger affinity substances such as proteins to solid phase insoluble substrates pre-activated with functional groups. In some cases it may be desired to...
    IPCOM000190356D | 2009-Nov-24
  3. 53.
    Today when a client opens a VSAM data set, they can choose between having the base VSAM access method or the Record Level Sharing (RLS) access method. Each access method has advantages and disadvantages. Base VSAM is faster for single user mode. There is less overhead associated with the access method. However,...
    IPCOM000190355D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  4. 54.
    Described is a technique for intelligent, custom, message size reduction.
    IPCOM000190354D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  5. 55.
    Described is a method of capacitive filtering.
    IPCOM000190353D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  6. 56.
    Described is a method of using a fake lane kill to simplify RAS and reduce size on a high-speed serial interface.
    IPCOM000190352D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  7. 57.
    Disclosed is a modular approach to providing an upper channel or trough for containing cabling between systems. The modular approach allows for multiple racks to be placed side by side and have an additional level of shielding provided for the cables.
    IPCOM000190351D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  8. 58.
    Disclosed are several methods to achieve automatic power management of multi-core, multi-chip systems through the use of DFLL (Digital Frequency Locked Loop) circuits. By incorporating a voltage regulator or look-up table into the DFLL feedback loop, the circuit can act as a sensor or critical path monitor...
    IPCOM000190350D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  9. 59.
    Disclosed is a method of using multiple DFLL (Digital Frequency-Locked Loop) circuits for system level clocking and power management while still obtaining data coherency whenever needed. The method discussed in this work maintains all of the benefits of using DFLLs (as opposed to PLLs) discussed in the prior arts...
    IPCOM000190349D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24
  10. 60.
    Disclosed is a circuit implementation of a Digital Frequency Locked Loop (DFLL) - a compact, all digital circuit for generating variable clock frequencies. The circuit can simplify clocking of multi-core, multi-chip systems by allowing for asynchronous local clocking of all cores.
    IPCOM000190348D | Original Publication Date: 2009-Nov-24