Patents by Inventor Suresh Vemula

Suresh Vemula 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: 20210297343
    Abstract: A fabric control protocol (FCP) is a data transmission protocol that enables spraying of individual packets for a given packet flow across a data center from an ingress interface of the source data processing unit (DPU) across a plurality of parallel data paths of a logical tunnel in the network fabric to the egress interface of the destination DPU. The FCP has congestion control mechanisms used to determine a degree of congestion at the egress interface of the destination DPU and to modify a send window size at the source DPU based on the degree of congestion. Reliable FCP (rFCP) extensions provide reliability enhancements and improved failure resilience within the data center. The rFCP extensions provide an unsolicited mode for low latency operation with enhanced reliability mechanisms. The rFCP extensions provide failure resilience mechanisms to identify and avoid failed paths among multiple parallel data paths within the logical tunnel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 10, 2021
    Publication date: September 23, 2021
    Inventors: Srihari Raju Vegesna, Narendra Jayawant Gathoo, Pradeep Sindhu, Jean-Marc Frailong, Gopesh Goyal, Suresh Vemula, John David Huber, Chetan Ambalal Shah
  • Publication number: 20210297351
    Abstract: A fabric control protocol (FCP) is a data transmission protocol that enables spraying of individual packets for a given packet flow across a data center from an ingress interface of the source data processing unit (DPU) across a plurality of parallel data paths of a logical tunnel in the network fabric to the egress interface of the destination DPU. The FCP has congestion control mechanisms used to determine a degree of congestion at the egress interface of the destination DPU and to modify a send window size at the source DPU based on the degree of congestion. Reliable FCP (rFCP) extensions provide reliability enhancements and improved failure resilience within the data center. The rFCP extensions provide an unsolicited mode for low latency operation with enhanced reliability mechanisms. The rFCP extensions provide failure resilience mechanisms to identify and avoid failed paths among multiple parallel data paths within the logical tunnel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 10, 2021
    Publication date: September 23, 2021
    Inventors: Srihari Raju Vegesna, Narendra Jayawant Gathoo, Pradeep Sindhu, Jean-Marc Frailong, Gopesh Goyal, Suresh Vemula, John David Huber
  • Publication number: 20210297350
    Abstract: A fabric control protocol (FCP) is a data transmission protocol that enables spraying of individual packets for a given packet flow across a data center from an ingress interface of the source data processing unit (DPU) across a plurality of parallel data paths of a logical tunnel in the network fabric to the egress interface of the destination DPU. The FCP has congestion control mechanisms used to determine a degree of congestion at the egress interface of the destination DPU and to modify a send window size at the source DPU based on the degree of congestion. Reliable FCP (rFCP) extensions provide reliability enhancements and improved failure resilience within the data center. The rFCP extensions provide an unsolicited mode for low latency operation with enhanced reliability mechanisms. The rFCP extensions provide failure resilience mechanisms to identify and avoid failed paths among multiple parallel data paths within the logical tunnel.
    Type: Application
    Filed: June 9, 2021
    Publication date: September 23, 2021
    Inventors: Srihari Raju Vegesna, Narendra Jayawant Gathoo, Pradeep Sindhu, Jean-Marc Frailong, Gopesh Goyal, Suresh Vemula, John David Huber