[ { "title": "", "publication_date": "2018/02/06", "number": "", "url": "/2018/06/02/2016-06-24-data-network-microsegmentation2/", "abstract": "", "owner": "", "owner_city": "", "owner_country": "" }, { "title": "", "publication_date": "2018/02/06", "number": "", "url": "/2018/06/02/2016-03-24-security-policy-generation-using-container-metadata/", "abstract": "", "owner": "", "owner_city": "", "owner_country": "" }, { "title": "Methods and systems for quantum ready computations on the cloud", "publication_date": "2016/11/11", "number": "09660859", "url": "/2016/11/11/methods-and-systems-for-quantum-ready-computations-on-the-cloud2/", "abstract": "The present disclosure provides methods, systems, and media for allowing access to quantum computers in a distributed computing environment (e.g., the cloud). Such methods and systems may provide optimization and computational services on the cloud. Methods and systems of the present disclosure may enable quantum computing to be relatively and readily scaled across various types of quantum computers and users at various locations, in some cases without the need for users to have a deep understanding of the resources, implementation or the knowledge that may be required for solving optimization problems using a quantum computer. Systems provided herein may include user interfaces that enable users to perform data analysis in a distributed computing environment while taking advantage of quantum technology in the backend.", "owner": "1QB INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INC.", "owner_city": "Vancouver, BC", "owner_country": "CA" }, { "title": "Methods and systems for quantum ready computations on the cloud", "publication_date": "2016/13/06", "number": "09537953", "url": "/2016/06/13/methods-and-systems-for-quantum-ready-computations-on-the-cloud2/", "abstract": "The present disclosure provides methods, systems, and media for allowing access to quantum computers in a distributed computing environment (e.g., the cloud). Such methods and systems may provide optimization and computational services on the cloud. Methods and systems of the present disclosure may enable quantum computing to be relatively and readily scaled across various types of quantum computers and users at various locations, in some cases without the need for users to have a deep understanding of the resources, implementation or the knowledge that may be required for solving optimization problems using a quantum computer. Systems provided herein may include user interfaces that enable users to perform data analysis in a distributed computing environment while taking advantage of quantum technology in the backend.", "owner": "1QB INFORMATION TECHNOLOGIES INC.", "owner_city": "Vancouver, BC", "owner_country": "CA" }, { "title": "Systems and methods for anonosizing data", "publication_date": "2016/06/06", "number": "09619669", "url": "/2016/06/06/systems-and-methods-for-anonosizing-data2/", "abstract": "Various systems, computer-readable media, and computer-implemented methods of providing improved data privacy, anonymity, and security by enabling subjects to which data pertains to remain “dynamically anonymous,” i.e., anonymous for as long as is desired—and to the extent desired—are disclosed herein. This concept is also referred to herein as “anonosizing.” In some embodiments, the anonosizing of data may be implemented by encoding and decoding data under controlled conditions to support specific uses within designated authorized contexts. By anonosizing data controls via “identifying” and/or “associating” data elements within a population, data uses may be restricted to only those uses permissioned by a data subject or authorized third party. If new authorized data uses arise, all original data value and utility may be retained to support them—to the extent authorized by a data subject or authorized third party—but inappropriate, i.e., non-permissioned, uses of identifying information may be prevented.", "owner": "Anonos Inc.", "owner_city": "New York", "owner_country": "US" }, { "title": "Systems and methods for providing mobility aspects to applications in the cloud", "publication_date": "2016/25/05", "number": "09635580", "url": "/2016/05/25/systems-and-methods-for-providing-mobility-aspects-to-applications-in-the-cloud2/", "abstract": "An exemplary system according to the present disclosure comprises at least one mobility networking module implemented in at least one lower tier radiolet. The mobility network module performs one or more traffic data plane functions. The exemplary system further comprises at least one mobility application module implemented in at least one upper tier radiolet. The mobility application module performs one or more application data plane functions. The exemplary system further comprises at least one mobility cloud module implemented in the at least one lower tier radiolet and the at least one upper tier radiolet. The mobility cloud module performs computing execution functions of a cloud session.", "owner": "Alef Mobitech Inc.", "owner_city": "Bernardsville", "owner_country": "US" }, { "title": "Zero-wait publishing, searching, and queuing systems and methods", "publication_date": "2016/20/05", "number": "09646325", "url": "/2016/05/20/zerowait-publishing-searching-and-queuing-systems-and-methods2/", "abstract": "Zero-wait publishing, searching, and queuing systems and methods are disclosed. The system includes a local retail service engagement application installed on a mobile device. The application requests a service from a service provider system. The application receives data associated with a service provider from the service provider system, transmits a request for a reservation, receives a confirmation of the reservation, transmits a queue request to a queuing system, and receives a confirmation of the queue request. The application determines a physical location of the mobile device, calculates a distance between the mobile device and the service provider, and transmits an estimated arrival time. When the mobile device arrives, the queuing system searches for the mobile device. The system further includes an identification, location and authentication system. The service provider system receives authentication and the relative location of the mobile device and retrieves the reservation.", "owner": "CloudTraQ LLC", "owner_city": "Las Vegas", "owner_country": "US" }, { "title": "Resource server providing a rapidly changing resource", "publication_date": "2016/03/05", "number": "09654586", "url": "/2016/05/03/resource-server-providing-a-rapidly-changing-resource2/", "abstract": "A computing device is provided that supports receipt and processing of blocks of streamed data associated with an event and provision of pre-rendered and compressed events to event client systems with a high-throughput. The computing device includes a compression optimizer module that determines how to make new compressed blocks of the right level of compression as the blocks of streamed data are received from an event publishing system. The compression optimizer module utilizes a tree map and unique identifiers to selectively compress, read, and recompress the blocks of streamed data associated with each event. To prevent duplicate work in compressing the streamed data, compressed blocks are re-used where possible to support requests from the event client systems. Each new block includes a unique identifier defined by the event publishing system that generated the event, so that a previous version of the event in a compressed block can be replaced.", "owner": "SAS Institute Inc.", "owner_city": "Cary", "owner_country": "US" } ]