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Richard W Schuckle

from Austin, TX
Age ~52

Richard Schuckle Phones & Addresses

  • 11417 Mordred Ct, Austin, TX 78739 (512) 288-5801
  • Greenville, SC
  • Easley, SC

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Position: Professional/Technical

Education

Degree: Associate degree or higher

Industries

Information Technology and Services

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Charting A Path In The Future Of Technology

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Location:
Austin, Texas Area
Industry:
Information Technology and Services

Publications

Us Patents

Conducting Path With Two Different End Characteristic Impedances Determined By Doping

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US Patent:
6420943, Jul 16, 2002
Filed:
Jan 5, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/478054
Inventors:
Ricky S. Lewelling - Buda TX
Richard W. Schuckle - Austin TX
Assignee:
Advanced Micro Devices, Inc. - Sunnyvale CA
International Classification:
H01P 508
US Classification:
333 33, 333 34, 257611
Abstract:
A better impedance match between a signal transmitting component and a signal transmitting component circuit in a semiconductor circuit is achieved by controlling the parameters of the conducting path coupling the signal transmitting and receiving components. The parameters are controlled such that the portion of the conducting path coupled to the transmitting component has a characteristic impedance generally matching the output impedance of the transmitting component and the portion of the conducting path coupled to the signal receiving component has a characteristic impedance generally matching the input impedance of the signal receiving component. The impedance in portions of the conducting path can controlled by varying the geometric cross-section of the conducting path, the composition of the portion of the conducting path, and/or the amount or nature of the doping of the portion of the conducting path.

Mirrored Tag Snoop Optimization

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US Patent:
7017054, Mar 21, 2006
Filed:
Jul 2, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/188595
Inventors:
Richard W. Schuckle - Austin TX,
Gary Verdun - Belton TX,
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 1/32
US Classification:
713300, 713320, 713323
Abstract:
A method and system for reducing snoop traffic on a processor bus coupling a cache memory and a processor. The processor is unable to perform a snoop operation while operating in a lower power state to conserve power. A copy of cache tag is maintained in a memory controller coupled to the processor bus. The memory controller performs snoop operations on the copy of the cache tag while the processor is placed in the lower power state. The processor exits the lower power state when an access to a modified cached line occurs.

System And Method For Managing The Sharing Of Pci Devices Across Multiple Host Operating Systems

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US Patent:
7644219, Jan 5, 2010
Filed:
Jun 30, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/171980
Inventors:
Jimmy D. Pike - Georgetown TX,
Richard W. Schuckle - Austin TX,
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 13/36
US Classification:
710306, 710305, 710240, 710107
Abstract:
A system and method is disclosed for initializing PCI devices in a computer system or information handling system. Upon initialization of the system, each operating system instance of the system attempts to access a PCI bridge device. The first operating system to access the bridge device is granted ownership of the bridge device and the authority to initialize each PCI device coupled to the bridge device. The bridge device assigns each operating system to at least one context included in at least one of the PCI devices. After each of the PCI devices has been initialized, a configuration event is issued with respect to each operating system instance and each assigned PCI device, thereby causing each operating system to recognize each PCI device assigned to each respective operating system instance.

Systems And Methods For Using A Page Table In An Information Handling System Comprising A Semiconductor Storage Device

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US Patent:
8225030, Jul 17, 2012
Filed:
Sep 30, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/570949
Inventors:
William F. Sauber - Georgetown TX,
Richard Schuckle - Austin TX,
Thomas Pratt - Austin TX,
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 12/00
US Classification:
711104, 711206
Abstract:
Systems and methods for using a page table in an information handling system including a semiconductor storage device are disclosed. A page table in an information handling system may be provided. The information handling system may include a memory, and the memory may include a semiconductor storage device. NonDRAM tag data may be stored in the page table. The nonDRAM tag data may indicate one or more attributes of one or more pages in the semiconductor storage device.

System, Method And Software For Communicating The Effects Of User Preference Settings In An Information Handling System

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US Patent:
2005006, Mar 17, 2005
Filed:
Sep 11, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/659880
Inventors:
Gary Verdun - Belton TX,
Richard Schuckle - Austin TX,
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F003/00
US Classification:
715772000, 715764000
Abstract:
The present disclosure describes a system, method and software for informing an information handling system user as to the effect or consequences of changing operational characteristics of an information handling system component. In particular, the present disclosure provides a method for communicating the effects of user preference settings in an information handling system. The method provides for the display of a component control for a selected component operable to effect a user preference setting concerning the selected component. The method also provides for the display of an operating status for a component related to the selected component, the operating status resulting from effecting the user preference setting on the selected component. As a result, when a user changes one or more operational aspects of a component, the user is presented with the consequences of such changes on the operating status of related system components.

Methods And Systems For Factory Configuration Of Existing Customer System Settings

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US Patent:
2010000, Jan 7, 2010
Filed:
Jul 7, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/217578
Inventors:
Douglas M. Anson - Dripping Springs TX,
Richard W. Schuckle - Austin TX,
International Classification:
G06F 9/44
US Classification:
717121
Abstract:
Methods and systems are described for factory configuration of existing customer settings so that existing customer settings can be easily configured or pre-configured on new information handling systems. A software module is run on a first information handling system that captures configuration information for an existing information handling system. One example for such configuration information is network configuration information associated with one or more existing wireless and/or wired networks on which a new information handling system will operate. Captured configuration information is transferred to a server information handling system associated with ordering of the new information handling system. The transferred configuration information is then used to configure the new information handling system.

Systems And Methods For Providing Secure Platform Services

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US Patent:
2010014, Jun 10, 2010
Filed:
Dec 10, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/316189
Inventors:
David Konetski - Austin TX,
Richard W. Schuckle - Austin TX,
Frank H. Molsberry - Georgetown TX,
International Classification:
H04L 9/00
US Classification:
713164, 713150
Abstract:
Systems and methods for providing secure platform services using an information handling system, and which may be implemented to sequester or otherwise isolate sensitive cryptographic processes, as well as the keys used during such decryption and encryption processes. The systems and methods may be implemented as a set of secure services that are available to an operating system or to a Hypervisor executing on an information handling system, and the processing environment may be provided as a closed environment, thus preventing malicious code from infiltrating the processing environment. Dedicated and secure memory space may be employed to prevent key detection through memory scans.

Systems And Methods For Power State Transitioning In An Information Handling System

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US Patent:
2011008, Apr 7, 2011
Filed:
Oct 1, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/572057
Inventors:
William F. Sauber - Georgetown TX,
Gary Huber - Austin TX,
Richard Schuckle - Austin TX,
Thomas Pratt - Austin TX,
International Classification:
G06F 12/14
G06F 1/26
US Classification:
711161, 713323, 711E12103
Abstract:
Systems and methods for power state transitioning in an information handling system having a volatile memory and a nonvolatile memory are disclosed. Dirty data in the volatile memory may be identified. The dirty data may include data that has not been stored in the nonvolatile memory. Dirty data may be written from the volatile memory to the nonvolatile memory. Transitioning to a reduced power state may be in response to a trigger event. Transitioning from the reduced power state may be in response to a wake signal. Data may be copied from the nonvolatile memory to the volatile memory. An operating system may be waked to a restored state.
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