|1.||WO||WO/2013/180685 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR ENERGY STORAGE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039783||ARMSTRONG, William||ARMSTRONG, William|
A scalable energy storage system (10) which is connectable to an energy source includes one or more insulated energy storage vessels (14), each storage vessel having an input and an output and connected serially or in parallel, where two or more are used, and containing a fluid energy storage medium (16); and a power source (12), e.g., solar, wind, electrical, green, biomass, in communication with an input of each storage vessel, and being connectable to an energy conversion means (18), e.g., ORC, for converting the stored energy into usable electric power. When energy storage vessels are connected in parallel, one or more energy storage vessels may be connected serially to create serial links within the parallel arrangement, wherein the power source is connected to the input of each parallel energy storage vessel, and the output of each energy storage vessel serially- connected to the parallel energy storage vessel is connected to the energy conversion means.
|2.||WO||WO/2013/180687 - TRANSLATION OF TOUCH INPUT INTO LOCAL INPUT BASED ON A TRANSLATION PROFILE FOR AN APPLICATION||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039805||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||NYLUND, Mark Edward|
Examples disclosed herein relate to translation of touch input into local input based on a translation profile for an application. Examples include translating touch input into local input based on a translation profile for an application in focus, if the translation profile is accessible. Examples further include providing the touch input to an operating system if no translation profile for the application in focus is accessible and the operating system is able to utilize touch input.
|3.||WO||WO/2013/180688 - HIBERNATION BASED ON PAGE SOURCE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039806||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||ATKINSON, Lee, Warren|
Example embodiments disclosed herein relate to hibernation. A device includes a non-volatile memory including a solid state memory and a volatile memory. The volatile memory includes a plurality of pages. One or more of the pages are caused to be stored to non-volatile memory based on whether the respective pages are sourced from the solid state memory.
|4.||WO||WO/2013/180686 - METHOD, DEVICE, AND SYSTEM FOR LOCATING A MOBILE TERMINAL DEVICE||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039804||SIEMENS ENTERPRISE COMMUNICATIONS GMBH & CO. KG||KARIMI-CHERKANDI, Bizhan|
A communication system, method and communication terminal permit a user to find a misplaced mobile communication terminal. The mobile terminal may register with a service hosted by a computer device such as a server and thereafter periodically update the service with information identifying the location of the mobile terminal. The information may include coordinates identifying a geographical location of the terminal as well as images or other indicia identifying the location of the terminal. Time indicia such as a time stamp identifying the time at which the geographical location is provided to the service may also be periodically sent with the information identifying the location of the mobile terminal. A user may access the service using another communication device to determine the location of the mobile terminal from the uploaded location information.
|5.||WO||WO/2013/180689 - POROUS MEDIUM SCREEN||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039841||HALLIBURTON ENERGY SERVICES, INC.||LOPEZ, Jean-Marc|
Certain aspects and embodiments of the present invention are directed to a porous medium screen that can be disposed in a wellbore through a fluid- producing formation. The porous medium screen can include a porous medium and a retaining structure. The porous medium can be a material having one or more pores. The one or more pores can be adapted to allow a fluid to flow through the porous medium and to prevent one or more particles from flowing through the porous medium. The retaining structure can be adapted to retain the porous medium in a position circumferentially surrounding a section of a tubing string and to prevent expansion of the porous medium. The retaining structure can include a shroud and one or more stoppers. The shroud can be adapted to circumferentially surround the porous medium. Each stopper can be adapted to circumferentially surround the section of a tubing string at an edge of the porous medium.
|6.||WO||WO/2013/180690 - DEVICES INCLUDING INDEPENDENTLY CONTROLLABLE ABSORPTION REGION AND MULTIPLICATION REGION ELECTRIC FIELDS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039866||HEWLETT-PACKARD DEVELOPMENT COMPANY, L.P.||HUANG, Zhihong|
A device includes a first region, a multiplication region, a second region, and an absorption region. The first region is associated with a first terminal, and the second region is associated with a second terminal. The first region is separated from the second region by the multiplication region. The absorption region is disposed on the multiplication region and associated with a third terminal. A multiplication region electric field is independently controllable with respect to an absorption region electric field, based on the first terminal, the second terminal, and the third terminal.
|7.||WO||WO/2013/180691 - PEER-TO-PEER INTERRUPT SIGNALING BETWEEN DEVICES COUPLED VIA INTERCONNECTS||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039871||INTEL CORPORATION||HEFTY, Mark, S.|
Methods and apparatus to provide peer-to-peer interrupt signaling between devices coupled via one or more interconnects are described. In one embodiment, a NIC (Network Interface Card such as a Remote Direct Memory Access (RDMA) capable NIC) transfers data directly into or out of the memory of a peer device that is coupled to the NIC via one or more interconnects, bypassing a host computing/processing unit and/or main system memory. Other embodiments are also disclosed.
|8.||WO||WO/2013/180692 - SUBSTRATE EMBEDDED ELECTRICAL INTERCONNECT||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039885||INTEL CORPORATION||WALCZYK, Joe F.|
Electronic assemblies and methods including the formation of interconnect assemblies are described. An electrical interconnection assembly may include a contact structure and a printed circuit board electrically coupled to the contact structure, the printed circuit board including an opening therein. The contact structure is positioned to extend within the opening in the printed circuit board and is movable in relation to the printed circuit board when a sufficient force is applied to the contact structure. Other embodiments are described and claimed.
|9.||WO||WO/2013/180693 - HOLOGRAPHIC IMAGING DEVICE AND METHOD||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039907||EMPIRE TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENT LLC||YAMAICHI, Eiji|
Technologies are generally described for reproducing holographic images by causing a photo-induced change in the diffractive index of a holographic recording medium. An example device may include a light irradiation unit and a transparent substrate. The light irradiation unit can be configured to transmit a photo-inducing light. Further, the transparent substrate may have a predetermined refractive index and can be configured to include a first surface and a second surface opposite the first surface. The first surface can be configured to receive an incident light, and the second surface can be configured to receive the photo-inducing light. The transparent substrate can be configured to form interference fringe patterns from a photo-induced change in the refractive index of the transparent substrate responsive to the photo-induced light.
|10.||WO||WO/2013/180694 - METHODS AND DEVICES IN COMMUNICATION SYSTEM||05.12.2013||
|PCT/US2012/039921||TELEFONAKTIEBOLAGET LM ERICSSON (PUBL)||KOORAPATY, Havish|
The disclosure relates to a method (30) performed in second network node (71,..., 7n) of a communication system (1, 1') adapted for wireless communication and comprising a first network node (31, 32) adapted to operate in a mode of operation according to a first communication standard and a user device (10) adapted to operate according to the first communication standard. The second network node (71,..., 7n) is adapted to operate in a mode of operation according to a second communication standard, and adapted to receive uplink signaling in accordance with the first communication standard. The method (30) comprises receiving (31) an access request from the user device (10) in accordance with the first communication standard, and enabling (32) a communication channel for the user device (10) by relaying the received access request to the first network node (31, 32) or by switching from the mode of operation according to the second communication standard, to a mode of operation according to the first communication standard.