WO/2015/132624 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR TRANSMITTING AND RECEIVING DATA THROUGH TUNNEL GROUPS||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/059378||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||SUNG, Patrick Ho Wai|
Methods and systems for transmitting and receiving data between a first node and a second node through a first tunnel group and a second tunnel group respectively. The first node transmits data to the second node mainly through a first tunnel group and receives data from the second node mainly through a second tunnel group. In some embodiments, the first node receives first IP packets from one of its LAN interfaces and then transmits encapsulated first IP packets and then are transmitted mainly through a first one or more WAN interfaces to the second node. The first node receives encapsulated second IP packets mainly from the second node through a second one or more of its WAN interfaces. Second IP packets are then decapsulated and transmitted through one of the LAN interfaces of the first node.
WO/2015/132630 METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR FORWARDING DATA||WO||11.09.2015|
||PCT/IB2014/059452||PISMO LABS TECHNOLOGY LIMITED||CHAN, Ho Ming|
Methods and systems for forwarding data between a first network element and a terminal at a management server, comprising the steps of receiving a request from the terminal to communicate with the first network element during a first data session; determining whether a first connection has been established with the first network element; establishing the first connection with the first network element if the first connection has not been established with the first network element; and forwarding data between the first network element and the terminal using the first connection during the first data session.
WO/2015/127539 DEPLOYABLE PLUG SYSTEM||WO||03.09.2015|
||PCT/CA2015/000119||CHAMPLONE, James Richard||CHAMPLONE, James Richard|
There is disclosed a deployable plug system having an elongated handle assembly with a hollow conduit, a distal end with a conduit connector in fluid communication with the conduit and a hinge assembly having a handle mounting body, and a proximal end. A gas control valve is affixed to the handle assembly at the proximal end, is configured to receive pressurized gas from a source of pressurized gas, and has a valve trigger which selectively applies pressurized gas from the source of pressurized gas to the conduit. The deployable plug system also has a bladder assembly having a bladder mounting body removably connectable to the handle mounting body, a bladder attached to the bladder mounting body, a check valve assembly for allowing pressurized gas from the conduit to enter the bladder, and a check valve assembly connector that selectively connects the check valve assembly to the conduit connector.
WO/2015/126442 DATA PURGE DISTRIBUTION AND COHERENCY||WO||27.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/045736||FASTLY, INC.||SPANG, Bruce|
Systems, methods, and software for operating a content delivery system to purge cached content are provided herein. In one example, purge messages are transferred for delivery to content delivery nodes (CDNs) in the content delivery system. The CDNs receive the messages, purge content associated with the messages, and compile purge summaries based on the messages. The CDNs further periodically transfer the purge summaries to one another to compare the messages received, and gather purge information for purge messages that may have been inadvertently missed by the CDNs.
WO/2015/119641 ALL NATURAL, NON-TOXIC SUBLINGUAL DRUG DELIVERY SYSTEMS||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/022054||SCILABS PHARMACEUTICALS||EDALAT, Paul|
All natural non-toxic sublingual delivery systems improve absorption and onset profiles for numerous actives, along with bioavailability and pharmacokinetics results that are better than expected for families of moieties compounds and legacy-patented formulations.
WO/2015/118673 POULTICE APPLICATOR||WO||13.08.2015|
||PCT/JP2014/052978||SANFREUND CORPORATION||UENO Hideo|
[Problem] To provide a poultice applicator, wherein a plurality of disposable sheets formed of a rubber sponge, cloth or resin or disposable porous films are preliminarily attached to the poultice applicator and, after using, used rubber sponge, cloth or resin sheets or used porous films are successively removed so that a medicine can be applied to the skin each time using a new rubber sponge, cloth or resin sheet or a new porous film.
[Solution] A poultice applicator that contains, for example, an analgesic antiphlogistic poultice or an antipruritic antiphlogistic poultice to be applied to the human skin enclosed therein and has a conventionally used rubber sponge, cloth, resin or porous film attached thereto, characterized in that the conventionally used rubber sponge, cloth or resin is covered with a plurality of disposable sheets formed of a rubber sponge, cloth or resin or disposable porous films.
WO/2015/116243 CACHING AND STREAMING OF DIGITAL MEDIA CONTENT||WO||06.08.2015|
||PCT/US2014/040572||FASTLY INC.||BASILE, Stephen|
Systems, methods, apparatuses, and software for provide a digital media caching environment are provided herein. In one example, a method of operating a content node to provide a digital media caching environment is provided. The method includes receiving a request transferred by an end user device for digital media content. Responsive to the request, the method includes retrieving at least a header portion and a content subset of the digital media content from an origin server and transmuxing the content subset of the digital media content from an origin format into a stream format suitable for streaming to the end user device, and streaming the content subset in the stream format for delivery to the end user device.
WO/2015/101813 ROTARY-TYPE PARKING SPACE APPARATUS||WO||09.07.2015|
||PCT/IB2013/061455||MAXU TECHNOLOGY INC.||XU, Michael Jun|
A rotary-type parking space apparatus. Through reconstruction of a cyclic channel in a parking lot or an integral parking lot, the present apparatus is laid down, vehicles are parked on movable parking spaces (2) of the apparatus and the movable parking spaces (2) operate along a cyclic track where required, achieving purposes of facilitating vehicle parking and pickup. The present apparatus is simple in structure, applies to all existing parking lots, and can increase a parking amount of the existing parking lots and alleviate a current social hot issue of a parking difficulty in cities.
WO/2015/101814 MOVABLE PARKING SPACE APPARATUS||WO||09.07.2015|
||PCT/IB2013/061456||MAXU TECHNOLOGY INC.||LU, Riqi|
A movable parking space apparatus comprises a cyclically connected track (1), multiple movable parking spaces (2) that are combined with the cyclically connected track (1) and a track open end (3). When a parking lot is full of vehicles, in a situation where other vehicles do not need to be driven to move, only a vehicle to be picked up needs to be driven onto a movable parking space (2) in the parking space apparatus, and then the movable parking space (2) is moved to an exit along the cyclically connected track (1), achieving purposes of moving the vehicle in the parking lot and facilitating vehicle parking and pickup. Meanwhile, after one movable parking space (2) is reserved, vehicles can be parked in remaining movable parking spaces (2), increasing a parking amount of the parking lot. The present apparatus is simple in structure, applies to large and medium-sized parking lots in cities and can alleviate a current social hot issue of a parking difficulty in the cities to a large extent.
WO/2015/098462 COMMUNICATION TERMINAL DEVICE||WO||02.07.2015|
||PCT/JP2014/082207||MURATA MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.||MURAYAMA, Hiromi|
Provided are: a feeder coil (81) connected to a feeder circuit (9); a planar radiation conductor (7) that is disposed near the feeder coil (81) and has a notch section (7C) that overlaps a coil opening (CW) of the feeder coil (81) in plan view; and a back-plane metal body (5) that is disposed on the side opposite the planar radiation conductor (7) with respect to the feeder coil (81), and is disposed near the planar radiation conductor (7). On the back-plane metal body (5), formed is a cutout section (5C) having a shape that, in plan view, does not overlap at least a portion of the feeder coil (81) and that is different from the notch section (7C) of the planar radiation conductor (7).