|ECRIO, INC. Patent applications|
|Patent application number||Title||Published|
|20140348044||Real-Time Rich Communications Client Architecture - A distributed services modular client architecture may be used to implement IP-based real time rich communication (“RTC”) services with any type of RTC-enabled digital device and a virtual RTC client on the cloud. The services may be distributed among the RTC-enabled digital device and the virtual RTC client. The architecture may distribute signaling and medial exchange plane functions among the RTC-enabled digital device and the virtual RTC client. The architecture may use a SIP/IMS framework, and may be modularized by placing certain services into their own framework so that a particular service may be plugged into the SIP/IMS framework or omitted. The frameworks may be installed in a virtual machine in the cloud, or divided between the device and the virtual machine, depending upon the device capabilities and to allow optimal media processing and transport. Some of the frameworks may be replicated on both the device and the virtual machine.||11-27-2014|
|20140109108||Real-Time Communications Client Architecture - A distributed services modular client architecture may be used to implement IP-based real time communication services in a flexible manner among a wide variety of different types of chip sets and systems-on-chip. The various services are distributed among one or more processor cores, at least one of which is a low power core, in accordance with a number of factors, including power consumption, media latency, on-time, performance, and other considerations. A processor “core” may refer to a processor itself where the processor has only a single core, and may also refer to a “core” of a multicore processor. The architecture uses a SIP/IMS framework, and is modularized by placing certain services into their own framework so that a particular service may be plugged into the SIP/IMS framework if and when desired, and otherwise omitted. The frameworks may be installed on various processor cores within the chip set or system-on-chip, including in particular the low power core, to allow for more effective power conservation without unduly sacrificing performance.||04-17-2014|
|20140082640||System, Method and Apparatus for Controlling Multiple Applications and Services on a Digital Electronic Device - A services and application controller (“SAC”) is provided for digital electronic devices. The SAC includes four interfaces which respectively interact with four different environments, namely an application interface that interacts with application environments and applications, an extension interface that interacts with engines and enablers, a platform interface that interacts with device platform environments, and a service and network interface that interacts with services and service infrastructures and with networks. The SAC provides a set of core functions and abstracts the environments from each other, which enable interactions between these environments without requiring that the environments be aware of specific aspects of the other environments for the interactions.||03-20-2014|
|20100145789||APPARATUS, METHOD AND SYSTEM FOR LOADING DIGITAL TRANSACTION DOCUMENTS TO A PERSONAL DIGITAL DEVICE - In a system for providing digital transaction documents to a personal digital device for digital barcode redemption at retail, a browser-enabled personal digital device or a hosted personal digital device (“hosted PDD”) may be used. In the latter instance, the host illustratively is a personal computer running any suitable web browser, and the hosted PDD is connected to the host in any suitable manner. The web browser is connected to the Internet in any suitable manner, along with a profile server and a promotions server. The web browser includes a browser-based plug-in object or webdriver, which operates independently within the web browser to load to the personal digital device digital transaction documents pushed directly by the promotions server or indirectly by the profile server via the Internet. The load operations are transparent to the user of the personal digital device. The profile server may have content management tools to enable the user to manage content, or the webdriver may have additional functionality to enable management of content. The personal digital device may be used at a point-of-sale to present any of the digital transaction documents by transmitting a pulsed beam of light to a barcode scanner.||06-10-2010|
Patent applications by ECRIO, INC.