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Technology Recognized with "Nano 50 Award" Identifying Year's Top 50 Nanotech Inventions
One Lot in the Software/Messaging/Computer Systems category offers a patent addressing a self-destructing document or email messaging system that automatically destroys documents after a predetermined period of time. This patent would be a valuable acquisition opportunity for businesses that have implemented document retention policies or companies that distribute programs for time-limited sampling.
Another Lot in the Data Storage category, which includes a substantial portfolio of U.S. patents, generally relates to data storage devices, disk drives, and other aspects of storing digital information by magnetic and optical data storage technologies. This technology has been recognized with a “Nano 50 Award” from Nanotech Briefs identifying the year’s top 50 nanotech inventions.
Lots available in the Software/Messaging/Computer Systems and Data Storage categories present unique acquisition opportunities for Consumer Electronics Manufacturers, Optical Storage System Designers, Computer Manufacturers, Systems Providers and ISPs and Software Developers.
Summary Software/Messaging/Computer Systems and Data Storage Lots Offerings
|US Patent 7,207,004||Correcting misspellings in a document against frequently used words in the document body|
|US Patent 6,658,004||Methods for identifying and discarding duplicate data messages sent to a receiving client|
|US Patent 6,003,102||Increasing bus system productivity with a bus interface unit and a plurality of CPU module units|
|US Patent 6,006,312||Maintaining a separate cacheable-in-virtual-cache bit for each memory page to optimize cache performance|
|US Patent 7,191,219||Systems for automatically deleting documents or email messages after a predetermined time|
|US Patent 6,615,244||Internet-based archive system for backup of a user’s data files|
|US Patents 5,950,210 and 6,112,199||Database management systems|
|US Patent 6,717,758||Methods for formatting low capacity data storage devices|
|US Patent 6,549,506||Optical head photo detector mounted on a tab extending from the head gimbal assembly|
US Patents 5,638,241; 5,657,181; 5,926,346; 5,930,074; 5,944,832; 5,963,399; 5,969,914; 6,226,150; 6,320,712; 6,327,105; 6,710,979; 6,762,912; 6,879,556; and 7,020,052
|Optical and magnetic storage of digital information, related devices, and other related technologies|
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