Muhammed Jaber, Age 571173 Southern Pl, Round Rock, TX 78664

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1173 Southern Pl, Round Rock, TX 78664 (512) 238-7228

40 Forest Mesa, Round Rock, TX 78664 (512) 238-7228 (512) 341-7275

10903 Centennial Trl, Austin, TX 78726 (512) 331-8664

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Muhammed Jaber

Address:
PO Box 203955, Austin, TX 78720
VIN:
5FNYF28587B037936
Make:
HONDA
Model:
PILOT
Year:
2007

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Us Patents

Method And System For Operating System Quiescent State

US Patent:
7089433, Aug 8, 2006
Filed:
Sep 26, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/672129
Inventors:
Craig Chaiken - Pflugerville TX, US
Muhammed K. Jaber - Round Rock TX, US
Kendall C. Witte - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 1/26
US Classification:
713300
Abstract:
Information handling system functions performed with an information handling system operating system in a quiescent state, such as ROM flashing, diagnostics BIOS warning screens and hard disc drive backup, are supported through an operating system quiescent state initiated by a simulated power down state which leaves one or more processing components of the information handling system operational. For instance, an operating system utility sets a BIOS flag and pointer so that an ACPI S3 power down state places the operating system in a quiescent state but an S3 suspend call from the operating system is intercepted and a quiescent state function called by the BIOS. Recovery of the operating system from the quiescent state is initiated with the BIOS so that a reboot of the information handling system is avoided.

Information Handling System Capable Of Operation In Reduced Power States

US Patent:
7337338, Feb 26, 2008
Filed:
Jan 16, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/759640
Inventors:
Craig Chaiken - Pflugerville TX, US
Muhammed K. Jaber - Round Rock TX, US
Adolfo S. Montero - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 1/32
US Classification:
713320
Abstract:
A method and system for allowing a processor to enter low power states in an information handling system (IHS) include detecting an access request for a bus mastering device. The method and system also include in response to failing to detect an access request for the bus mastering device within a period of time, suspending a bus mastering device controller associated with the bus mastering device, wherein the now suspended bus mastering controller no longer prevents the processor from entering low power states.

System And Method For Information Handling System Multimedia Mode Boot Optimization

US Patent:
7380148, May 27, 2008
Filed:
Feb 19, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/782160
Inventors:
Adolfo S. Montero - Austin TX, US
Muhammed K. Jaber - Round Rock TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 1/32
US Classification:
713324, 713323
Abstract:
An information handling system selectively boots to a normal operation mode having devices and applications configured to operate normally or a multimedia operation mode having devices and applications that support presentation of multimedia information enabled and other devices and applications disabled. In one embodiment, the multimedia mode improves portable information handling system multimedia performance by reducing power consumption to improve battery charge life and by reducing boot time to improve the timeliness of the user experience. For instance, a multimedia module interfaces with the operating system to disable power up of non-multimedia devices, such as networking devices, and non-multimedia applications, such as antivirus applications, while enabling multimedia devices, such as a DVD disc drive, to display multimedia information, such as a DVD movie.

System And Method For Auxiliary Channel Error Messaging

US Patent:
7685477, Mar 23, 2010
Filed:
Dec 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/298007
Inventors:
William F. Sauber - Georgetown TX, US
Rocco Ancona - Austin TX, US
Muhammed K. Jaber - Austin TX, US
Bruce A. Miller - Plano TX, US
Adolfo S. Montero - Austin TX, US
Jeff A. Rose - Manor TX, US
Andrew T. Sultenfuss - Leander TX, US
Larry White - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 11/00
US Classification:
714 57, 714 46
Abstract:
Information handling system errors are presented at a display with the information handling system graphics subsystem inoperative by communicating an identified error to the display through an auxiliary channel and generating a presentation of the error information with a microcontroller of the display. For example, errors determined by BIOS firmware running on a chipset are communicated through a DDC or I2C channel from the chipset to the display so that textual error messages are generated at the display without the use of the information handling system's graphic processor to generate an error message image.

System And Method For Managing Feature Enablement In An Information Handling System

US Patent:
8156540, Apr 10, 2012
Filed:
Jan 28, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/361090
Inventors:
Muhammed K. Jaber - Austin TX, US
Mukund P. Khatri - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products, LP - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
H04L 9/32
G06F 17/30
G06F 7/04
G06F 15/16
G06F 15/173
US Classification:
726 2, 713168, 713171, 726 5, 709203, 709226
Abstract:
A system to manage a key license includes an information handling system having non-volatile memory accessible to a processor. The non-volatile memory stores feature enablement information related to a feature that the information handling system is adapted to provide. The non-volatile memory stores instructions that are accessible to the processor and executable by the processor to send the feature enablement information related to the feature to an external system after the information handling system is deployed, and to request the feature enablement information, or other feature enablement information related to the feature, from the external system in response to receiving a request for the information handling system to provide the feature.

System And Method For Safe Information Handling System Boot

US Patent:
8219792, Jul 10, 2012
Filed:
Oct 6, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/574249
Inventors:
Muhammed K. Jaber - Austin TX, US
Jianwen Yin - Round Rock TX, US
Jon R. Hass - Austin TX, US
Kevin Marks - Round Rock TX, US
Khachatur Papanyan - Austin TX, US
Marshal F. Savage - Austin TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 13/00
US Classification:
713 1, 713 2, 713100
Abstract:
Information handling system security is maintained by locking the information handling system from boot of an operating system with a service processor of the information handling system. The service processor obtains authorization for boot from a third party authentication service by providing authentication information to the authentication service and requiring a successful authentication for boot. For example, the service processor releases a token upon successful authentication to authorize boot. In one embodiment, the authentication service sends a token to the service processor for the service processor to use to authorize boot.

System And Method For Implementing A One Time Password At An Information Handling System

US Patent:
8321929, Nov 27, 2012
Filed:
Mar 24, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/053698
Inventors:
Muhammed K. Jaber - Austin TX, US
Frank Molsberry - Georgetown TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 7/04
G06F 9/00
US Classification:
726 16, 713 2
Abstract:
A system and method are provided which substantially reduce the disadvantages and problems associated with previous methods and systems for generating an OTP at an information handling system. An OTP is generated at an information handling system hardware or firmware layer upon detection of a predetermined input trigger, such as a key combination. The OTP is provided for authentication independent of an operating system or applications running on the information handling system.

Credential Security System

US Patent:
8353026, Jan 8, 2013
Filed:
Oct 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/256831
Inventors:
Muhammed K. Jaber - Austin TX, US
Mukund P. Khatri - Austin TX, US
Kevin T. Marks - Round Rock TX, US
Don Charles McCall - Cedar Park TX, US
Assignee:
Dell Products L.P. - Round Rock TX
International Classification:
G06F 12/00
G06F 12/14
G06F 13/00
G11C 7/00
G06F 17/30
US Classification:
726 18, 726 19, 726 21, 726 23, 726 34, 726 35, 726 36, 713 1, 713 2, 713323, 713340, 711113, 711118, 711123, 711115, 711135, 380277, 380278, 380279
Abstract:
A credential caching system includes receiving a set of authentication credentials, storing the set of authentication credentials in a credential cache memory, wherein the credential cache memory is coupled with a management controller, and supplying the set of authentication credentials for automatic authentication during a reset or reboot. In the event of a security breach, the credential caching system clears the set of authentication credentials from the credential cache memory so that the set of authentication credentials may no longer be used for a reset or reboot.

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