BAY MICROSYSTEMS, INC.
|BAY MICROSYSTEMS, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150334034||METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR ACCESSING REMOTE DIGITAL DATA OVER A WIDE AREA NETWORK (WAN) - Systems and methods accessing remote digital data over a wide area network (WAN) are disclosed. In an embodiment, a network device is disclosed. The network device includes a local area network (LAN) switching fabric physical interface configured to communicate according to a LAN switching fabric protocol, a WAN physical interface configured to communicate according to a WAN protocol, and a fabric extension function configured to map LAN switching fabric interfaces to pseudo-ports, map pseudo-ports to WAN interfaces, and transmit LAN fabric datagrams received at the LAN switching fabric physical interface from the WAN physical interface via a mapped pseudo-port and a corresponding WAN interface.||11-19-2015|
|20110314473||SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR GROUPING MULTIPLE PROCESSORS - A distributed multi-processor out-of-order system includes multiple processors, an arbiter, a data dispatcher, a memory controller, a storage unit, multiple memory access requests issued by the multiple processors, and multiple data units that provide the results of the multiple memory access requests. Each of the multiple memory access requests includes a tag that identifies the priority of the processor that issued the memory access request, a processor identification number that identifies the processor that issued the request, and a processor access sequence number that identifies the order that the particular one of the processors issued the request. Each of the data units also includes a tag that specifics the processor identification number, the processor access sequence number, and a data sequence number that identifies the order of the data units satisfying the corresponding one of the memory requests. Using the tags, a distributed arbiter and data dispatcher can execute the requests out-of-order, handle simultaneous memory requests, order the memory requests based on, for example, the priority, return the data units to the processor that requested it, and reassemble the data units.||12-22-2011|
|20100254387||NETWORK PROCESSOR ARCHITECTURE - A network processor for processing information elements is described. Each information element is associated with a flow and comprises at least one information element segment. A policy controller stores an information element into at least one information segment storage unit within a memory, and determines whether an information element segment conforms to a predetermined quality of service (“QoS”). A traffic processor selects the information element segment for forwarding based on at least one QoS parameter. A forwarding processor forwards the selected information element segment to an egress port.||10-07-2010|
|20100098432||CLOCK REGENERATION FOR OPTICAL COMMUNICATIONS - A system and method for regenerating a client clock signal for use in optical communications is disclosed. The system and method involves using a carrier clock signal and a client clock signal to calculate quantities of data that are received and transmitted at an edge node and then adjusting a clock source in response to the difference between the calculated quantities of received and transmitted data.||04-22-2010|
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