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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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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,
Jeffrey Michael Lewis - Maynard MA,
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.

System And Method For Creating And Dynamically Maintaining System Power Inventories

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US Patent:
2012019, Aug 2, 2012
Filed:
Feb 1, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/019099
Inventors:
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX,
Mukund P. Khatri - Austin TX,
International Classification:
G06F 1/26
US Classification:
713340
Abstract:
In accordance with the present disclosure, a system and method for creating and dynamically maintaining power inventories of an information handling system is presented. A system for creating and dynamically maintaining power inventories of an information handling system may include a memory and a processor. The processor may be operable to generate power inventories for the information handling system and save the power inventories in the memory. Each of the power inventories may correspond to one of the power states of the information handling system. The processor may also be operable to dynamically update each of the saved power inventories in response to changes in the information handling system.

System And Method For A Non-Uniform Crossbar Switch Plane Topology

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US Patent:
2006016, Jul 20, 2006
Filed:
Jan 20, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/039308
Inventors:
Stuart Berke - Austin TX,
Mark Shaw - Garland TX,
International Classification:
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
710317000
Abstract:
A system and method for communicatively coupling a plurality of processor groups residing in a symmetric multiprocessing (SMP) system. One embodiment of a non-uniform crossbar switch plane multiprocessing (SMP) system comprises a plurality of processor groups and a non-uniform crossbar switch plane system comprising a plurality of routes, such that each of the processor groups are coupled to the other processor groups by a number of routes at most equal to (N-1), where N equals the number of processor groups.

Symmetric Multiprocessor Architecture With Interchangeable Processor And Io Modules

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US Patent:
2006029, Dec 28, 2006
Filed:
Jun 22, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/158419
Inventors:
Stuart Berke - Austin TX,
International Classification:
G06F 13/28
US Classification:
711141000
Abstract:
A symmetric multiprocessor (“SMP”) computer architecture with interchangeable processor and input/output (“IO”) modules is disclosed. In one embodiment, the computer comprises a circuit board to interconnect processor modules and IO modules that are interchangeable with each other. Each of the interchangeable modules includes a portion of a cache-coherent system memory.

Configurable Io Subsystem

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US Patent:
2007008, Apr 12, 2007
Filed:
Aug 29, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/214075
Inventors:
Robert Mondor - Sutton MA,
Jeffrey Lewis - Maynard MA,
Stuart Berke - Austin TX,
International Classification:
H01R 12/16
US Classification:
361788000
Abstract:
An enclosure for an input-output (IO) subsystem comprises: a backplane; a plurality of first slots for accepting corresponding IO option modules; a second slot for accepting an IO controller module; a plurality of first connectors corresponding to the plurality of first slots for connecting the corresponding IO option modules to the backplane; a second connector corresponding to the second slot for connecting the IO controller module to the backplane; and wherein the backplane includes communication links for interconnecting the second connector to each of the plurality of first connectors.

System And Method For Employing Multiple Processors In A Computer System

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US Patent:
2007022, Sep 27, 2007
Filed:
Mar 21, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/386026
Inventors:
Mark Shaw - Richardson TX,
Stuart Berke - Austin TX,
Denis Foley - Shrewsbury MA,
International Classification:
G06F 15/00
US Classification:
712010000
Abstract:
There is provided a system and a method for employing multiple processors in a computer system. More specifically, there is provided a computer system comprising a first cell board including a first central processing unit, a second central processing unit, and a first data agent coupled to the first and second central processing units and configured to transmit signals from the first and second central processing units to a first crossbar circuit. There is also provided a second cell board including a third central processing unit coupled to the first central processing unit via a point-to-point data link, a fourth central processing unit, and a second data agent coupled to the third and fourth central processing units and configured to transmit signals from the third and fourth central processing units to a second crossbar circuit.

Information Handling Systems Including Fan Control Modules And Methods Of Using The Systems

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US Patent:
2008027, Nov 13, 2008
Filed:
May 9, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/746143
Inventors:
Paul T. Artman - Austin TX,
Stuart A. Berke - Austin TX,
Assignee:
DELL PRODUCTS, LP - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
H05K 7/20
US Classification:
361685, 361687
Abstract:
An information handling system can include a fan control module operable to be control a fan to cool components within a housing. The fan control module can include a communication module operable to receive configuration information associated with components disposed within a housing of an information handling system. The fan control module can also include a processor operable to determine a fan control signal using the configuration information. In particular embodiments, the fan control module can determine an idling speed that reflects the actual configuration of the information handling system.

System And Method For Detecting Module Presence In An Information Handling System

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US Patent:
2010003, Feb 11, 2010
Filed:
Aug 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/187513
Inventors:
Stuart Allen Berke - Austin TX,
International Classification:
H01R 3/00
US Classification:
439489
Abstract:
Presence of a module, such as a DIMM, in an information handling system is detected by selectively altering the function of socket pins at opposing ends of the module socket for use in detection of module pins in contact with the socket pins. For example, ground pins at opposing ends of the socket are selectively interfaced with a detection circuit that applies a voltage through a pull up resistor to generate a logic high if the ground pin is not connected to a module ground pin and a logic low if the ground pin is connected to a module ground pin. Presence detection at opposing ends of the module identifies partially inserted modules where one end indicates a ground pin interface while the opposing end does not.
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