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Martin L Fasack

from Port Washington, NY
Age ~79

Martin Fasack Phones & Addresses

  • 43 Harbor Hills Dr, Port Washington, NY 11050 (516) 767-4248
  • 54 Farmview Rd, Port Washington, NY 11050
  • Prt Washingtn, NY
  • Mahopac Falls, NY
  • Nassau, NY
  • Yorktown Heights, NY
  • Plandome, NY
  • Elmsford, NY
  • 43 Harbor Hills Dr, Port Washington, NY 11050

Work

Company: Tarantino consulting Position: Gun show promoter

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Industries

Information Services

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Gun Show Promoter At Tarantino Consulting

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Position:
GUN SHOW PROMOTER at Tarantino Consulting (Sole Proprietorship)
Location:
Greater New York City Area
Industry:
Information Services
Work:
Tarantino Consulting
GUN SHOW PROMOTER

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Martin Fasack
METROPOLITAN SPORTSMAN, INC
19 Mancini Dr, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
54 Farmview Rd, Port Washington, NY 11050

Publications

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Monitoring The Operating Environment Of A Computer System

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US Patent:
48232904, Apr 18, 1989
Filed:
Jul 21, 1987
Appl. No.:
7/076235
Inventors:
Martin L. Fasack - Port Washington NY
William A. Rutz - Brookfield Center CT
Robert G. Voll - Southbury CT
Assignee:
Honeywell Bull Inc. - Minneapolis MN
International Classification:
G06F 1520
G05B 2302
US Classification:
364550
Abstract:
A method and apparatus features a system for automatically monitoring the operating environment and other physical conditions around and in which a host computer system operates. Sensors located around a computer system, including inside equipment cabinets and under the floor where cabling and air are ducted, are used to collect data that is frequently and periodically collected and stored along with an indication of the time and data of collection. The stored data is checked against a list of environmental parameters for the location of each sensor and an indication given when measurements indicate an environmental condition is outside discrete limits and rates of change of conditions. The stored parameters may be changed at any time from a console of the computer system. The stored data is also used to prepare histograms that are used to indicate trends in environmental conditions that can point to potential problems that may then be remedied before actual problems arise, and to faulty computer system installation design.
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