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Promode Nedungadi

from San Jose, CA
Age ~55

Promode Nedungadi Phones & Addresses

  • 6640 Mount Wellington Dr, San Jose, CA 95120 (408) 927-5916
  • 4380 Albany Dr, San Jose, CA 95129 (408) 260-1933
  • 2650 Keystone Ave, Santa Clara, CA 95051 (408) 260-1933

Work

Position: Building and Grounds Cleaning and Maintenance Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Promode Nedungadi
Pads Home, LLC
Own and Manage Real Estate · Business Services at Non-Commercial Site · Nonclassifiable Establishments
PO Box 1469, San Jose, CA 95109
6952 Claywood Way, San Jose, CA 95120

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Port Adapter For High-Bandwidth Bus

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US Patent:
7433988, Oct 7, 2008
Filed:
Jun 12, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/818006
Inventors:
David Doak - Wake Forest NC, US
Garry P. Epps - Sunnyvale CA, US
Guy Fedorkow - Bedford MA, US
Mark A. Gustlin - Campbell CA, US
Steven P. Holmes - Wake Forest NC, US
Randall A. Johnson - Raleigh NC, US
Promode Nedungadi - Santa Clara CA, US
Mohammed I. Tatar - Ottawa, CA
Assignee:
Cisco Technology, Inc. - San Jose CA
International Classification:
G06F 13/14
H04B 7/00
H04L 12/66
US Classification:
710305, 710 52, 710250, 710100, 710104, 370318, 370353, 370354, 370356
Abstract:
A port adapter for connecting zero or more network interfaces to a host system having a SPI-4 bus is disclosed. The port adapter comprises zero or more network interfaces; a SPI-4 bus coupled to a host system to provide a communication channel between the host and the network interfaces; a control bus coupled to the host system for controlling and monitoring the port adapter; and interface logic that interfaces the SPI-4 bus and the control bus to the network interfaces. Methods are provided for selecting and using one of a small plurality of different packet formats for various networking technologies, so that the port adapter can hide details of the technology that it handles from the host system, and for operating the host system's SPI-4 bus at one of several speeds based on bandwidth requirements of the port adapter.

Port Adapter For High-Bandwidth Bus

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US Patent:
20050149651, Jul 7, 2005
Filed:
Oct 6, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/680842
Inventors:
David Doak - Wake Forest NC, US
Garry Epps - Sunnyvale CA, US
Guy Fedorkow - Bedford MA, US
Mark Gustlin - Campbell CA, US
Steven Holmes - Wake Forest NC, US
Randall Johnson - Raleigh NC, US
Promode Nedungadi - Santa Clara CA, US
John Prokopik - Auburn NH, US
Mohammed Tatar - Ottawa, CA
Michael Taylor - Pepperell MA, US
International Classification:
G06F003/00
US Classification:
710052000
Abstract:
A port adapter for connecting zero or more network interfaces to a host system having a SPI-4 bus is disclosed. The port adapter comprises zero or more network interfaces; a SPI-4 bus coupled to a host system to provide a communication channel between the host and the network interfaces; a control bus coupled to the host system for controlling and monitoring the port adapter; and interface logic that interfaces the SPI-4 bus and the control bus to the network interfaces. Methods are provided for selecting and using one of a small plurality of different packet formats for various networking technologies, so that the port adapter can hide details of the technology that it handles from the host system, and for operating the host system's SPI-4 bus at one of several speeds based on bandwidth requirements of the port adapter.

Port Adapter For High-Bandwidth Bus

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US Patent:
20060277346, Dec 7, 2006
Filed:
Aug 11, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/502965
Inventors:
David Doak - Wake Forest NC, US
Garry Epps - Sunnyvale CA, US
Guy Fedorkow - Bedford MA, US
Mark Gustlin - Campbell CA, US
Steven Holmes - Wake Forest NC, US
Randall Johnson - Raleigh NC, US
Promode Nedungadi - Santa Clara CA, US
John Prokopik - Auburn NH, US
Mohammed Tatar - Ottawa, CA
Michael Taylor - Pepperell MA, US
International Classification:
G06F 13/14
US Classification:
710305000
Abstract:
A port adapter for connecting zero or more network interfaces to a host system having a SPI-4 bus is disclosed. The port adapter comprises zero or more network interfaces; a SPI-4 bus coupled to a host system to provide a communication channel between the host and the network interfaces; a control bus coupled to the host system for controlling and monitoring the port adapter; and interface logic that interfaces the SPI-4 bus and the control bus to the network interfaces. Methods are provided for selecting and using one of a small plurality of different packet formats for various networking technologies, so that the port adapter can hide details of the technology that it handles from the host system, and for operating the host system's SPI-4 bus at one of several speeds based on bandwidth requirements of the port adapter.

Methods And Systems For Service-Level Agreement (Sla) Network Coverage Management

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US Patent:
20220394558, Dec 8, 2022
Filed:
Jun 3, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/338544
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Gopal Raman - San Jose CA, US
Promode Nedungadi - San Jose CA, US
Sathish Damodaran - San Jose CA, US
Sudharsan Rangarajan - Fremont CA, US
Shiv Mehra - Saratoga CA, US
Ganesh Sundaram - Santa Clara CA, US
International Classification:
H04W 28/24
H04W 24/10
H04B 17/318
H04W 4/38
Abstract:
Embodiments of a device and method are disclosed. In an embodiment, a method for network coverage management of a network deployed at a customer site involves at a cloud server connected to the network, receiving network coverage information of the network deployed at the customer site from wireless sensors deployed at the customer site and at the cloud server, automatically determining a service-level agreement (SLA) network coverage metric based on the network coverage information.

Methods And Systems Of Wireless Sensor Authentication

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US Patent:
20220360983, Nov 10, 2022
Filed:
May 6, 2021
Appl. No.:
17/314016
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Suresh Katukam - Milpitas CA, US
Promode Nedungadi - San Jose CA, US
Sathish Damodaran - San Jose CA, US
Tjandra Trisno - San Jose CA, US
Avinash Kumar - San Ramon CA, US
Steve Alexander - Woodside CA, US
International Classification:
H04W 12/06
H04L 29/06
H04W 12/041
H04W 12/03
H04L 9/08
H04L 9/32
Abstract:
Embodiments of a device and method are disclosed. In an embodiment, a method of communications involves from a wireless sensor deployed at a customer site, connecting to a wireless access point (AP) deployed at the customer site and based on a private key stored in the wireless sensor, performing mutual authentication between the wireless sensor and an authentication server connected to the wireless AP.

Methods And Systems For Network Device Name Management

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US Patent:
20220210017, Jun 30, 2022
Filed:
Dec 24, 2020
Appl. No.:
17/134037
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Promode Nedungadi - San Jose CA, US
Arun Madupu - Bangalore, IN
Vijay Bollapragada - Bangalore, IN
International Classification:
H04L 12/24
H04L 29/12
H04W 48/16
H04L 29/08
Abstract:
Embodiments of a device and method are disclosed. In an embodiment, a method of network device name management involves at a cloud server, determining a device name of a network device to be deployed at a customer site based on site survey result information of the customer site, at the cloud server, receiving network device information of the network device after the network device is deployed at the customer site, and at the cloud server, associating the device name of the network device with the network device information of the network device.

Methods And Systems Of Automatic Network Service Initiation Using A Network Service Server

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US Patent:
20220210116, Jun 30, 2022
Filed:
Dec 24, 2020
Appl. No.:
17/134054
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Promode Nedungadi - San Jose CA, US
Vijay Bollapragada - Bangalore, IN
Avoy Nanda - Dublin CA, US
Venu Hemige - San Ramon CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 29/12
Abstract:
Embodiments of a device and method are disclosed. In an embodiment, a method of automatic network service initiation involves obtaining, from a network service server at a first network device of a network service block (NSB), network address information using a network service client at a second network device of the NSB that is connected with the first network device, at the second network device of the NSB, obtaining network service configuration information based on the network address information, and, performing automatic network service initiation of the second network device of the NSB based on the network service configuration information.

Methods And Systems Of Service Area Based Network Device Configuration

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US Patent:
20220210235, Jun 30, 2022
Filed:
Dec 24, 2020
Appl. No.:
17/134027
Inventors:
- Cupertino CA, US
Steve Alexander - Woodside CA, US
Vijay Bollapragada - Bangalore, IN
Promode Nedungadi - San Jose CA, US
International Classification:
H04L 29/08
H04L 12/24
Abstract:
Embodiments of a device and method are disclosed. In an embodiment, a method of network device configuration involves at a cloud server, generating a user interface to obtain user input information regarding service area configuration in a floor plan of a customer site, at the cloud server, receiving location information of a network device at the customer site, at the cloud server, automatically determining service area specific configuration of the network device based on the service area configuration in the floor plan of the customer site and the location information of the network device, and from the cloud server, transmitting the service area specific configuration to the network device.
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