Colligo Networks, Inc.
|Colligo Networks, Inc. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20150095401||METHOD FOR DISCOVERING AND DISCRIMINATING DEVICES ON LOCAL COLLABORATIVE NETWORKS TO FACILITATE COLLABORATION AMONG USERS - A method for identifying participants of a collaborative network is disclosed. The participants communicate over a larger electronic network wherein not all members may be participating in the collaborative session. The method begins by determining a unique session identifier for only the participants of the collaborative network. Next, a message having the session identifier is sent to all members of the network by an inquiring participant of the collaborative network. Only participants that have the session identifier respond to the inquiring participant. Finally, communication is established between the participants that responded to the message and the inquiring participant. In this regard, a collaborative network is formed including the inquiring participant.||04-02-2015|
|20100146106||Method For Context Based Discovery And Filtering Of Portable Collaborative Networks - A peer-to-peer collaborative network system is described. The peer-to-peer collaborative network system allows for the existence of a number of collaborative networks. Within the collaborative networks, users can interact in ways such as messaging, file sharing, resource sharing, and the like. The user will query other users on the network to determine which collaborative networks are active. The user can then select an active collaborative network without having to be invited there.||06-10-2010|
|20080243944||Synchronous peer-to-peer multipoint database synchronization - A method of synchronizing databases between multiple users in a peer-to-peer network is disclosed. The method comprises extracting changes from a source database of one of the users. Next, the changes are compressed and sent to the other users in the peer-to-peer network in parallel. Finally, the changes are decompressed and replicated on the database of each of the other users. In this respect, the databases of the other users will contain all changes from the source database.||10-02-2008|
Patent applications by Colligo Networks, Inc.