WO/2015/082877 SKIN COMPATIBLE CURING ADHESIVES FOR ADHERING DEVICES TO MAMMALIAN BODY||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/GB2014/053460||TRIO HEALTHCARE LIMITED||PEARCE, Lloyd|
Skin compatible curing adhesives for adhering devices or appliances to mammalian body are disclosed. Adhesive compositions to protect peri-anal, peri-stomal, peri-wound, and peri-fistula skin are disclosed.
WO/2015/082871 A MODULE AND MODULAR APPARATUS FOR EFFICIENTLY PRODUCING WAVES IN A BODY OF WATER||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/GB2014/000505||WAVE-MASTER SYSTEMS LIMITED||BAXENDALE, John|
This invention relates to apparatus for the energy-efficient production of non-turbulent waves in a body of water and capable of producing a discrete wave or a succession of waves having a repetition rate and size that is suitable for surfing. The wave-making apparatus comprises a plurality of wave-making modules arranged side by side in parallel in a body of water (5) having an opposing beach (4) on which the waves may break. Each wave-making module comprises a reservoir (2) and a piston (1), the piston suspended so as to be able to move freely in a horizontal direction within the reservoir. Waves are generated in the body of water by the withdrawal (6) and forward (7) motions of the piston 1 when driven by an actuator. The design of the apparatus makes use of the resonant cavity that is formed between the piston (1) and the back wall of the reservoir (9), and makes use of the otherwise wasted wave energy from the withdrawal stroke of the piston, when reflected from the back wall of the reservoir (9), to supplement the forward, wave-generating stroke of the piston and thereby produce large non-turbulent waves with a high energy efficiency that are suitable for surfing and recreation. By energizing each wave-generating module in a sequence from one end to the other avoids the very high power requirement that would result from their simultaneous activation.
WO/2015/084589 RETURN PATH SELECTION FOR CONTENT DELIVERY||WO||11.06.2015|
||PCT/US2014/066305||FASTLY, INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Systems and methods of operating a content node that caches digital content for end users are provided herein. The content node is configured to cache data. When the content node receives a request for content that is not presently cached, the content node identifies the origin server associated with the requested content. The content node monitors network characteristics for at least the origin server and one or more service providers that transfer content between the origin server and the content node. The content node selects a network address associated with a particular service provider based upon network characteristics and requests the origin server to deliver requested content and the selected address.
WO/2015/079284 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR PROCESSING INTERNET PROTOCOL PACKETS||WO||04.06.2015|
||PCT/IB2013/060402||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LTD.||CHAN, Sze, Hon|
A method carried out by a network node using in a system for forwarding IP packets. When the network node receives an IP packet from a first network interface, the network node determines whether the destination address of the IP packet matches an IP address in the IP address section of a first routing rule. If the destination address of the IP packet matches the IP address in the IP address section of the first routing rule, the network node forwards the IP packet to a second network interface. The first routing rule comprises at least one IP address section and at least one network interface section. One or both of the first network interface and the second network interface is not assigned with an IP address. The network node comprises at least three network interfaces.
WO/2015/075411 A COUNTERMEASURE PAYLOAD CONTAINER||WO||28.05.2015|
||PCT/GB2013/053090||WALLOP DEFENCE SYSTEMS LIMITED||FLAWS, Gordon William|
A countermeasure payfoad container comprises a metallic body, which in use, is insertable into a countermeasure cartridge; wherein said body is of a tubular shape which is closed at a first end and open at second end.
WO/2015/069834 SERVER NETWORK ADDRESS SELECTION BASED ON NETWORK CHARACTERISTICS OF SERVICE PROVIDERS||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/US2014/064237||FASTLY, INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
Systems, methods, apparatuses, and software that select network addresses of a network content server are provided herein. In one example, a method of operating a control node to perform network address selection that selects between different communication service providers according to network characteristics is presented. The control node receives a domain name lookup request from an end user device to reach a network content server. The control node processes network characteristics and the domain name lookup request to select a network address that corresponds to one of the communication service providers. The end user device can use the selected network address to reach the network content server over the selected communication service provider.
WO/2015/069748 CONTENT NODE SELECTION USING NETWORK PERFORMANCE PROFILES||WO||14.05.2015|
||PCT/US2014/064100||FASTLY, INC.||BERGMAN, Artur|
A communication system exchanges communications between end user devices, content delivery nodes (CDN) of a content delivery system, and a control system that selects CDNs of the content delivery system. The control system receives a domain name lookup request issued by an end user device for retrieving content cached by one or more CDNs of the content delivery system. The control system associates the end user device with a network performance profile to select a CDN of the content delivery system. The control system transfers a network address associated with the selected CDN for receipt by the end user device responsive to the domain name lookup request.
WO/2015/063538 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR TRANSMITTING BROADCAST DATA||WO||07.05.2015|
||PCT/IB2013/059701||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LTD.||CHAN, Ho Ming|
A method carried out by a first communication gateway for transmitting broadcast data. Broadcast data is first received through a first network interface. The first communication gateway determines whether the broadcast data satisfies at least one condition, and forwards the broadcast data through at least one tunnel and through a second network interface to a second communication gateway if the broadcast data satisfies the at least one condition. The broadcast data is encapsulated in at least one encapsulating packet and the at least one encapsulating packet is decapsulated by the second communication gateway in order to retrieve the broadcast data. The broadcast data is then distributed by the second communication gateway to a second network.
WO/2015/063539 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING DATA||WO||07.05.2015|
||PCT/IB2013/059702||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LTD.||LEUNG, Wan Chun|
A method carried out by a network device comprising a plurality of network adapters for transmitting and/or receiving data through a first group of network adapters. Each network adapter of the first group of network adapters is capable of using a plurality of communication technologies for transmitting and/or receiving data. The each network adapter is configured to use a corresponding communication technology for transmitting and/or receiving data. The each network adapter is configured by a configuration corresponding to each network adapter.
WO/2015/059682 COMPACT MICROSCOPE||WO||30.04.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/065639||ISIS INNOVATION LTD.||KAPANIDIS, Achillefs|
A compact microscope comprising an enclosure, a support element, a primary optical support element located within the enclosure and supported by the support element, at least one vibration isolating mount between the support element and the primary optical support element, an illumination section, an objective lens system, a sample stage mounted on the primary optical support element, an illumination optical system to direct an illumination light beam from the illumination section to the sample stage, and a return optical system to receive returned light from sample stage and transmit returned light to a detection apparatus, wherein the illumination optical system and return optical system are mounted on the primary optical support element.