||WO||WO/2014/197772 - DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM BYPASS IN USER APPLICATIONS||11.12.2014||
||PCT/US2014/041244||FASTLY INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Disclosed herein are methods, systems, and software for bypassing a domain name system. In one example, a method of operating a user communication device includes receiving a user instruction requesting content within a user application of the user communication device. The method further provides, in response to the user instruction, processing at least a domain name system bypass data structure on the user communication device to identify a network address for retrieving the content. The method further includes, requesting the content from a content node using the network address.
||WO||WO/2014/188233 - METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR DYNAMIC DOMAIN NAME SYSTEM (DDNS)||27.11.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/054261||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LTD.||CHAN, Ho Ming|
A method carried out by a network node for sending update messages to a server when a predefined event occurs or periodically. The network node comprises a plurality of network interfaces. The update message is embedded with a unique identifier corresponding to the network node, and a network interface identifier corresponding to at least one of the plurality of network interfaces. In particular, the network interface identifier is corresponding to network interface(s) at which a predefined event has occurred. The present invention further comprises a method carried out by a server for resolving a DNS request by retrieving DNS resource records of a network node and/or network interface specified in the DNS request, and replying to the DNS request with the DNS resource records. The DNS resource records are created based on in part at least one update message received from the network node.
||WO||WO/2014/177914 - ZERO ENERGY TRANSPORTATION SYSTEM||06.11.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/053428||AHMAD, Othman||AHMAD, Othman|
A transportation system for people as well as goods that preserves energy by utilising the zero energy travel principle where energy is recycled instead of being wasted as heat or noise. An air tight and self-contained carriage (400) travels in a low pressure tube (100) that is completely sealed in order to maintain the low pressure. Electrical vacuum pumps (200), each equipped with a release valve, are used to remove air or discharge air that is above the desired low pressure, inside the tube (100), and are operated in such a way that the vacuum pumps help the propulsion of the vehicle. The carriages (400) or vehicles (450) themselves help in creating the vacuum by being fitted with seals (300)(350) that can vary in shape and size so as to allow the vehicles (400)(450) to behave as a vacuum pump or to allow the vehicles (400)(450) to be propelled by excess air pressure at the back due to the switching off of vacuum pumps (200) or leaked air. The transportation system can also be used for a vertical movement as shown by air tight elevators (600) equipped with seals (700) moving inside an elevator shaft (800) where vacuum pumps (200) are installed and operated in such a way as to assist the movement of the elevators (600) or alternatively the elevators (700) operating as vacuum pumps.
||WO||WO/2014/174279 - FILTER SUBSTRATE COMPRISING ZONE-COATED CATALYST WASHCOAT||30.10.2014||
||PCT/GB2014/051257||JOHNSON MATTHEY PUBLIC LIMITED COMPANY||BLAKEMAN, Philip Gerald|
A catalysed filter for filtering particulate matter from exhaust gas emitted from a positive ignition internal combustion engine comprises a ceramic porous wall-flow filter substrate having a total substrate length and having inlet channels defined in part by ceramic inlet wall surfaces and outlet channels defined in part byceramic outlet wall surfaces, wherein the inlet surfaces are separated from the outlet surfaces by a first porous structure containing pores of a first mean pore size, wherein the porous substrate is coated in part with a catalyst washcoat composition, wherein a second porous structure of a washcoated part of the porous substrate contains pores of a second mean pore size, wherein the second mean pore size is less than the first mean pore size, which catalyst washcoat composition being disposed in a first zone comprising the inlet surfaces of a first substrate length less than the total substrate length, wherein a second zone comprising the outlet surfaces of a second substrate length contains no washcoat and wherein the sum of the substrate length in the first zone and the substrate length in the second zone is >100%.
||WO||WO/2014/171037 - X-RAY OPTICAL COMPONENT DEVICE AND X-RAY ANALYSIS APPARATUS||23.10.2014||
||PCT/JP2013/083332||RIGAKU CORPORATION||WAKASAYA Kenji|
An X-ray optical component device comprises X-ray optical component units (18, 36), motor control units (67, 68), and a connector (25). The connector (25) comprises: motor pins (P13, 24, 34, 43, 42, 33) and motor terminals (T13, 24, 34, 43, 42, 33) which are electrically connected to a motor (57) while being engaged with each other; and a signal pin (P23) and a signal terminal (T23) which are engageable with each other and detect the removal of the connector (25). A pin-side connector (25a) and a terminal-side connector (25b) are removable. When the pin-side connector (25a) is removed from the terminal-side connector (25b), a point in time when the signal pin (P23) is removed from the signal terminal (T23) is earlier than a point in time when the motor pins are removed from the motor terminals. The position of an X-ray optical component provided in an X-ray optical component unit having a built-in motor for adjusting the position of the X-ray optical component is prevented from moving unintentionally when the X-ray optical component unit is exchanged.
||WO||WO/2014/172184 - SYSTEM AND METHOD FOR THE DISTRIBUTION OF AUDIO AND PROJECTED VISUAL CONTENT||23.10.2014||
||PCT/US2014/033711||OOHMS NY LLC||VANDOROS, Alexander|
A method for the distribution of audio and visual media includes: receiving at least one visual content item to be displayed, and an audio content item and at least one trigger condition for each of the at least one visual content item; storing, in a database, the received at least one visual content item and corresponding audio content item and at least one trigger condition; identifying at least one display condition of a plurality of display conditions; identifying, in the database, a specific visual content item, wherein the at least one trigger condition corresponding to the specific visual content item is met based on the identified at least one display condition; displaying, by a light projection display device, the identified specific visual content item; and wirelessly transmitting the audio content item corresponding to the specific visual content item for audible emission by a mobile communication device.
||WO||WO/2014/170717 - METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR SUPPLYING AND RECEIVING POWER OVER ETHERNET||23.10.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/053029||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||CHONG, Ming Pui|
Methods and systems for supplying more power than a power limit to a powered device (PD) if the PD is capable of receiving power more than the power limit, and receiving power more than the power limit from a power sourcing equipment (PSE) if the PSE is capable of supplying power more than the power limit. The PD and the PSE operates in a power over Ethernet (PoE) environment. The system comprises a power receiving section and a power supply section. The power receiving section comprises a first power-receiving circuit and a second power-receiving circuit, where the first power-receiving circuit is used when receiving power up to the power limit, and the second power-receiving circuit is used when receiving power more than the power limit. The power-supply section comprises a first power-supply circuit and a second power-supply circuit, where the first power-supply circuit is used when supplying power up to the power limit, and the second power-supply circuit is used when supplying power more than the power limit.
||WO||WO/2014/166147 - LED DISPLAY SCREEN||16.10.2014||
||PCT/CN2013/076558||RADIANT OPTO-ELEC TECHNOLOGY CO., LTD.||LU, Chen|
An LED display screen. The display screen is provided with a high-power LED lamp, so that a novel LED display screen integrating the high-power lamp and a display screen is formed. The display screen comprises a display module, a mounting frame, and a power sub-control box. The display screen is characterized in that the high-power LED lamp is mounted on the display module, and the display module and the power sub-control box are mounted on a metal frame to form the display screen. A driving power source, a signal receiving card, a signal transfer board, a quick connector, and the like are mounted in the power sub-control box. A highly-efficient connecting piece used for rapid connection and integration in the process of mounting the display screen is mounted on the mounting frame. According to the solution, the display screen is simple in structure, light in weight, and convenient and rapid to mount, and has a brilliant display effect.
||WO||WO/2014/155155 - METHOD AND SYSTEM TO TRANSMIT AND RECEIVE DATA PACKETS THROUGH AT LEAST ONE END-TO-END CONNECTION||02.10.2014||
||PCT/IB2013/052490||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LTD.||SUNG, Patrick Ho Wai|
A method and system for transmitting and receiving data packets between two network nodes via one or more end-to-end connections. An interface is provided for selecting one or more possible end-to-end connection(s) or established end-to-end connection(s). The method and system may further comprise receiving a policy, wherein one or more selected end-to-end connections are established based, at least in part, on the policy. The policy may also restrict or promote selection of certain established end-to-end connection(s) via the interface provided. The selected and established end-to-end connection(s) are used for transmitting and receiving data packets.
||WO||WO/2014/154081 - MODULAR OCEAN ENERGY POWER GENERATION DEVICE||02.10.2014||
||PCT/CN2014/072874||HANGZHOU LHD INSTITUTE OF NEW ENERGY, LLC||LIN, Dong|
Disclosed is a modular ocean energy power generation device, comprising an outer frame, at least four inner frames and at least four hydro-generator modules, wherein the at least four inner frames are separately arranged in the outer frame, and the at least four hydro-generator modules are respectively arranged in the at least four inner frames. The modular ocean energy power generation device of the present invention is provided with at least four built-in modules, and the hydro-generator modules are arranged in an array mode. By arranging the inner frames and the outer frame which can be separated, modular assembly can be achieved, and the maintenance and installation costs are greatly reduced.