Patents Assigned to Actona Technologies Ltd.
  • Patent number: 7139811
    Abstract: A method for enabling access to a data resource, which is held on a file server (25) on a first local area network (LAN) (21a), by a client (28) on a second LAN (21b). A proxy receiver (48) on the second LAN (21b) intercepts a request for the data resource submitted by the client (28) and transmits a message via a wide area network (WAN) (29) to a proxy transmitter (52) on the first LAN (21a), requesting the data resource. The proxy transmitter (52) retrieves a replica of the data resource from the file server (25) and conveys the replica of the data resource over the WAN (29) to the proxy receiver (48), which serves the replica of the data resource from the proxy receiver (48) to the client (28) over the second LAN (21b).
    Type: Grant
    Filed: July 31, 2002
    Date of Patent: November 21, 2006
    Assignee: Actona Technologies Ltd.
    Inventors: Etai Lev Ran, Shahar Glixman, Israel Ben Shaul, Vita Bortnikov, Daniel Kaminsky, Danit Ben Kiki, Idan Zach, Israel Cidon
  • Patent number: 6976090
    Abstract: A technique for centralized and differentiated content and application delivery system allows content providers to directly control the delivery of content based on regional and temporal preferences, client identity and content priority. A scalable system is provided in an extensible framework for edge services, employing a combination of a flexible profile definition language and an open edge server architecture in order to add new and unforeseen services on demand. In one or more edge servers content providers are allocated dedicated resources, which are not affected by the demand or the delivery characteristics of other content providers. Each content provider can differentiate different local delivery resources within its global allocation. Since the per-site resources are guaranteed, intra-site differentiation can be guaranteed. Administrative resources are provided to dynamically adjust service policies of the edge servers.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: February 16, 2001
    Date of Patent: December 13, 2005
    Assignee: Actona Technologies Ltd.
    Inventors: Israel Ben-Shaul, Israel Cidon, Ilan Kessler, Itai Lev-Ran, Oren Unger