Patents by Inventor Sanjay Parekh

Sanjay Parekh has filed for patents to protect the following inventions. This listing includes patent applications that are pending as well as patents that have already been granted by the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO).

  • Publication number: 20190199597
    Abstract: A graphical network design and configuration tool provides an administrator graphical user interface (GUI) with icons that represent virtual network elements, physical network elements, and links used to deliver network-based services and associates, via the administrator GUI, the icons with network element properties based on user input. A design GUI is provided including a design canvas to arrange and connect the icons. User input is received via the design GUI to arrange the icons on the design canvas to provide a design for a network-based service. A design template for the network-based service is generated based on the second user input. A configuration GUI solicits location-specific network level attributes for network elements in the design template and creates an instance of the design template based on the network level attributes. Configuration files are automatically generated for the physical network elements represented in the instance of the design template.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 5, 2018
    Publication date: June 27, 2019
    Inventors: Srilakshmi Reddy Valisammagari, Mukesh Kumar, Ganesh Narayan, Sanjay Ravindra Ranade, Chetan B. Gopal, Amit Kapoor, Viraj Parekh, Shrinath Kuppa
  • Publication number: 20180240639
    Abstract: An electron energy loss spectrometer is described having a direct detection sensor, a high speed shutter and a sensor processor wherein the sensor processor combines images from individual sensor read-outs and converts a two dimensional image from said sensor into a one dimensional spectrum and wherein the one dimensional spectrum is output to a computer and operation of the high speed shutter is integrated with timing of imaging the sensor. The shutter is controlled to allow reduction in exposure of images corresponding to the individual sensor readouts. A plurality of images are exposed by imaging less than the full possible exposure and wherein the plurality of images are combined to form a composite image. The plurality of images can be comprised of images created by exposing the sensor for different exposure times.
    Type: Application
    Filed: April 24, 2018
    Publication date: August 23, 2018
    Inventors: Colin Trevor, Matthew Lent, Alexander Jozef Gubbens, Edward James, Ray Dudley Twesten, Roice Joseph, SanJay Parekh, Thomas Sha
  • Patent number: 9966220
    Abstract: An electron energy loss spectrometer is described having a direct detection sensor, a high speed shutter and a sensor processor wherein the sensor processor combines images from individual sensor read-outs and converts a two dimensional image from said sensor into a one dimensional spectrum and wherein the one dimensional spectrum is output to a computer and operation of the high speed shutter is integrated with timing of imaging the sensor. The shutter is controlled to allow reduction in exposure of images corresponding to the individual sensor readouts. A plurality of images are exposed by imaging less than the full possible exposure and wherein the plurality of images are combined to form a composite image. The plurality of images can be comprised of images created by exposing the sensor for different exposure times.
    Type: Grant
    Filed: January 20, 2017
    Date of Patent: May 8, 2018
    Assignee: Gatan, Inc.
    Inventors: Colin Trevor, Matthew Lent, Alexander Jozef Gubbens, Edward James, Ray Dudley Twesten, Roice Joseph, SanJay Parekh, Thomas Sha
  • Publication number: 20170207059
    Abstract: An electron energy loss spectrometer is described having a direct detection sensor, a high speed shutter and a sensor processor wherein the sensor processor combines images from individual sensor read-outs and converts a two dimensional image from said sensor into a one dimensional spectrum and wherein the one dimensional spectrum is output to a computer and operation of the high speed shutter is integrated with timing of imaging the sensor. The shutter is controlled to allow reduction in exposure of images corresponding to the individual sensor readouts. A plurality of images are exposed by imaging less than the full possible exposure and wherein the plurality of images are combined to form a composite image. The plurality of images can be comprised of images created by exposing the sensor for different exposure times.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 20, 2017
    Publication date: July 20, 2017
    Inventors: Colin Trevor, Matthew Lent, Alexander Jozef Gubbens, Edward James, Ray Dudley Twesten, Roice Joseph, SanJay Parekh, Thomas Sha
  • Publication number: 20060224752
    Abstract: A method of determining a geographic location of an Internet user in a private network involves use of an internal server placed within the private network. The internal server determines the geographic location of the Internet user and returns this information to the requestor. The internal server can determine the geographic location in any suitable manner, such as through a table mapping the Internet user's internal address to external address or a database of Internet users' addresses. Preferably, the Internet user requesting information from a web site is redirected by that site to the internal server and then the internal server, after it determines the geographic location, redirects the Internet user back to the web site in order to supply the site with the geographic location information.
    Type: Application
    Filed: September 22, 2005
    Publication date: October 5, 2006
    Inventor: Sanjay Parekh
  • Publication number: 20060146820
    Abstract: A traffic manager (30) determines the geographic locations of end points on Internet traffic and routes the traffic in the most efficient manner. A set of analyzers may be disposed to analyze the network, such as the geographic locations of nodes in the network, latency times and speed between nodes, available bandwidth, etc. The traffic manager obtains this intelligence on the network from the analyzers and routes traffic accordingly. The traffic manager considers not only the most direct route but also considers the speed, available bandwidth, and reliability of the routing.
    Type: Application
    Filed: November 26, 2002
    Publication date: July 6, 2006
    Inventors: Robert Friedman, Sanjay Parekh, Benjamin Lutch
  • Publication number: 20060123105
    Abstract: A method of determining a geographic location of an Internet user involves determining if the host is on-line, determining ownership of the host name, and then determining the route taken in delivering packets to the user. Based on the detected route, the method proceeds with determining the geographic route based on the host locations and then assigning a confidence level to the assigned location. A system collects the geographic information and allows web sites or other entities to request the geographic location of their visitors. The database of geographic locations may be stored in a central location or, alternatively, may be at least partially located at the web site. With this information, web sites can target content, advertising, or route traffic depending upon the geographic locations of their visitors. Through web site requests for geographic information, a central database tracks an Internet user's traffic on the Internet whereby a profile can be generated.
    Type: Application
    Filed: January 24, 2006
    Publication date: June 8, 2006
    Inventors: Sanjay Parekh, Robert Friedman, Neal Tibrewala, Benjamin Lutch
  • Publication number: 20050251539
    Abstract: A method of determining a geographic location of an Internet user involves determining if the host is on-line, determining ownership of the host name, and then determining the route taken in delivering packets to the user. Based on the detected route, the method proceeds with determining the geographic route based on the host locations and then assigning a confidence level to the assigned location. A system collects the geographic information and allows web sites or other entities to request the geographic location of their visitors. The database of geographic locations may be stored in a central location or, alternatively, may be at least partially located at the web site. With this information, web sites can target content, advertising, or route traffic depending upon the geographic locations of their visitors. Through web site requests for geographic information, a central database tracks an Internet user's traffic on the Internet whereby a profile can be generated.
    Type: Application
    Filed: July 18, 2005
    Publication date: November 10, 2005
    Inventors: Sanjay Parekh, Robert Friedman, Neal Tibrewala, Benjamin Lutch
  • Publication number: 20050234922
    Abstract: A method of determining a geographic location of an Internet user involves determining if the host is on-line, determining ownership of the host name, and then determining the route taken in delivering packets to the user. Based on the detected route, the method proceeds with determining the geographic route based on the host locations and then assigning a confidence level to the assigned location. A system collects the geographic information and allows web sites or other entities to request the geographic location of their visitors. The database of geographic locations may be stored in a central location or, alternatively, may be at least partially located at the web site. With this information, web sites can target content, advertising, or route traffic depending upon the geographic locations of their visitors. Through web site requests for geographic information, a central database tracks an Internet user's traffic on the Internet whereby a profile can be generated.
    Type: Application
    Filed: March 2, 2005
    Publication date: October 20, 2005
    Inventors: Sanjay Parekh, Robert Friedman, Neal Tibrewala, Benjamin Lutch
  • Publication number: 20050021853
    Abstract: A method of determining a geographic location of an Internet user involves determining if the host is on-line, determining ownership of the host name, and then determining the route taken in delivering packets to the user. Based on the detected route, the method proceeds with determining the geographic route based on the host locations and then assigning a confidence level to the assigned location. A system collects the geographic information and allows web sites or other entities to request the geographic location of their visitors. The database of geographic locations may be stored in a central location or, alternatively, may be at least partially located at the web site. With this information, web sites can target content, advertising, or route traffic depending upon the geographic locations of their visitors. Through web site requests for geographic information, a central database tracks an Internet user's traffic on the Internet whereby a profile can be generated.
    Type: Application
    Filed: February 24, 2004
    Publication date: January 27, 2005
    Inventors: Sanjay Parekh, Robert Friedman, Neal Tibrewala, Benjamin Lutch