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  • 10220 Fossmoor St, Austin, TX 78717 (512) 238-1475
  • 8 Long Dr, Westborough, MA 01581 (508) 898-9061 (508) 898-9067
  • Marlboro, MA
  • Georgetown, TX

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Company: Dell 2018 Position: Fellow and vice president

Education

Degree: Masters School / High School: Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1990 to 1993 Specialities: Electrical Engineering

Industries

Information Technology And Services

Resumes

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Fellow And Vice President

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Location:
Austin, TX
Industry:
Information Technology And Services
Work:
Dell
Fellow and Vice President
Education:
Worcester Polytechnic Institute 1990 - 1993
Masters, Electrical Engineering
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute 1979 - 1983
Bachelors, Bachelor of Science, Computer Systems Engineering

Publications

Us Patents

Mounting Adapter For Electronic Modules

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US Patent:
7499286, Mar 3, 2009
Filed:
Aug 31, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/513807
Inventors:
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX, US
Jeffrey Michael Lewis - Maynard MA, US
Assignee:
Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. - Houston TX
International Classification:
H05K 5/00
US Classification:
361756, 361686, 361727, 361790
Abstract:
A mounting adapter for inserting one or more electronic modules in a system is disclosed. The mounting adapter includes a sleeve having first and second portions that are each configured to receive an electronic module. The sleeve also includes a dividing member that cooperates with the first and second portions to define at least two volumes for receipt of electronic modules. Additionally, the sleeve is configured for insertion in a slot of a receptacle that is configured to receive an electronic module larger than the electronic modules the sleeve is designed to receive.

Information Handling System Including A Memory Device Capable Of Being Powered By A Battery

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US Patent:
7500115, Mar 3, 2009
Filed:
Jun 3, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/145249
Inventors:
Stuart Berke - Austin TX, US
Shane Chiasson - Pflugerville TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 1/00
G06F 11/30
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
713300, 713340, 711106
Abstract:
An information handling system (IHS) includes a processor, a memory module coupled to the processor, a memory device, and a power source, coupled to the memory device, for supplying power to the memory device. Also, the IHS includes a first battery, coupled to the memory device, for supplying power to the memory device, a second battery, located on the memory module and coupled to the memory device, for supplying power to the memory device, and a switching circuit coupled to the memory device, the power source, the first battery, and the second battery. The switching circuit is for, in response to determining that the power source is unavailable to supply power to the memory device, supplying power from the first battery. The switching circuit is also for, in response to determining that the power source and the first battery are unavailable to supply power to the memory device, supplying power from the second battery.

Multiple Cell Computer Systems And Methods

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US Patent:
7694064, Apr 6, 2010
Filed:
Dec 29, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/024575
Inventors:
Mark Shaw - Garland TX, US
Russ William Herrell - Fort Collins CO, US
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. - Houston TX
International Classification:
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
710317, 710316, 712 11, 326 41, 709249
Abstract:
In an embodiment, a multi-processor computer system includes multiple cells, where a cell may include one or more processors and memory resources. The system may further include a global crossbar network and multiple cell-to-global-crossbar connectors, to connect the multiple cells with the global crossbar network. In an embodiment, the system further includes at least one cell-to-cell connector, to directly connect at least one pair of the multiple cells. In another embodiment, the system further includes one or more local crossbar networks, multiple cell-to-local-crossbar connectors, and local input/output backplanes connected to the one or more local crossbar networks.

Spacing Device For Modular System

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US Patent:
7719855, May 18, 2010
Filed:
Aug 31, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/513849
Inventors:
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX, US
Jeffrey Michael Lewis - Maynard MA, US
Assignee:
Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. - Houston TX
International Classification:
H05K 7/12
US Classification:
361804, 361742, 361758, 361770, 361756, 361801, 174138 E, 174138 G
Abstract:
A spacing device for adapting electronic modules for insertion into a system is disclosed. In one embodiment, the spacing device includes a body and guide features configured to align the body with mating guide features of electronic modules. The spacing device also includes a coupling portion having coupling arms, which is configured to secure the electronic modules to the body.

System And Method For Supporting Standard And Voltage Optimized Dimms

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US Patent:
7876592, Jan 25, 2011
Filed:
Dec 3, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/327292
Inventors:
Stuart A. Berke - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products, LP - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G11C 7/00
US Classification:
365 51, 36518905
Abstract:
A device includes a dynamic random access memory and a voltage regulator. The dynamic random access memory has a first input terminal connected to a first plurality of dual in-line memory module voltage pins, and a second input terminal. The dynamic random access memory is configured to receive a first voltage on the first input terminal. The voltage regulator has an input terminal connected to a second plurality of dual in-line memory module voltage pins, and an output terminal connected to the second input terminal of the dynamic random access memory. The voltage regulator is adapted to receive a second voltage, and configured to provide a third voltage to the second input terminal of the dynamic random access memory.

System And Method For Optimizing Regulated Voltage Output Point

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US Patent:
8097979, Jan 17, 2012
Filed:
Jan 29, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/362157
Inventors:
Stuart A. Berke - Austin TX, US
Kunrong Wang - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products, LP - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
H02J 3/14
US Classification:
307 31
Abstract:
A device includes a plurality of voltage regulators, and a test module. Each of the voltage regulators are configured to provide a regulated voltage to one of a plurality of subsystems. The test module is in communication with the voltage regulators, and is configured to perform a subsystem component inventory for each of the subsystems at a start of a power-on self-test of the device, to determine a configuration of the device. The test module is also configured to capture first voltage data for the subsystems during an idle operation, to capture second voltage data for the subsystems during a stressed operation, and to set a voltage set point for each of the regulated voltages provided by one of the voltage regulators based on the subsystem component inventory, a power requirement table, or the first and second voltage data.

System And Method For Optimizing Performance Of An Information Handling System Component

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US Patent:
8190873, May 29, 2012
Filed:
May 13, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/465391
Inventors:
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX, US
William F. Sauber - Georgetown TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 1/24
US Classification:
713100, 711103
Abstract:
Systems and methods for optimizing performance of an information handling system component communicatively coupled to the information handling system are disclosed. An information handling system may include a data gathering module and an operating condition controller module. The data gathering module may be configured to retrieve an operating condition characterization value from the component. That operating condition characterization value may be substantially based on a predetermined characteristic of the component. The operating condition controller module may be configured to modify an operating condition of the component based at least on the retrieved operating condition characterization value.

System And Method For Snooping Cache Information Using A Directory Crossbar

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US Patent:
8205046, Jun 19, 2012
Filed:
Jan 31, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/047539
Inventors:
Mark Shaw - Garland TX, US
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Hewlett-Packard Development Company, L.P. - Houston TX
International Classification:
G06F 12/00
US Classification:
711146, 711E12026
Abstract:
A system and method for maintaining coherency in a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system are disclosed. Briefly described, in architecture, one exemplary embodiment comprises a first crossbar coupled to a plurality of local processors; a second crossbar coupled to at least one remote processor; and at least one crossbar directory that tracks access of information by a remote processor in a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system, the remote processor in communication with at least one of the local processors via the crossbars, such that a most current location of the information can be determined by the crossbar directory.
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