Raymond E Ozzie, Age 6633 Harbor St, Manchester, MA 01944

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33 Harbor St, Manchester, MA 01944

50 Harbor St, Manchester by the Sea, MA 01944

65 Harbor St, Manchester by the Sea, MA 01944

147 Dockham Shore Rd, Gilford, NH 03249

Braintree, MA

1093 10Th St, Boulder, CO 80302

Beverly, MA

Seattle, WA

Harvard, MA

Benton, IA

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Raymond Ozzie

Address:
50 Hbr St, Manchester, MA 01944
Phone:
(425) 705-8377
VIN:
JTDKB20U983302883
Make:
TOYOTA
Model:
PRIUS
Year:
2008

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Name / TitleCompany / ClassificationPhones & Addresses
Raymond Ozzie
President
ROCKS DEVELOPMENT GROUP, INC., THE 12 Central St, Manchester, MA 01944
50 Hbr St, Manchester, MA 01944
Raymond E. Ozzie
President
TALKO INC 12 Central St, Manchester, MA 01944
2125 1 Ave #3202, Seattle, WA 98121
Raymond Ozzie
President
GROOVE NETWORKS, INC 800 Cummings Ctr STE 356W, Beverly, MA 01915
100 Cummings Ctr, Beverly, MA 01915
(978) 720-2260, (978) 720-2000, (978) 720-2001
Raymond E. Ozzie
President
GROOVE NETWORKS SECURITIES CORPORATION 100 Cummings Ctr SUITE 535Q, Beverly, MA 01915
50 Hbr St, Manchester, MA 01944
(978) 720-2000, (978) 720-2001

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Ray Ozzie

Raymond "Ray" Ozzie (born November 20, 1955) is an American software industry entrepreneur who held the positions of Chief Technical Officer and Chief ...

Us Patents

Method And Apparatus For Activity-Based Collaboration By A Computer System Equipped With A Dynamics Manager

US Patent:
6446113, Sep 3, 2002
Filed:
Jul 19, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/356930
Inventors:
Jack E. Ozzie - Chester NH
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA
Assignee:
Groove Networks, Inc. - Beverly MA
International Classification:
G06F 1300
US Classification:
709204, 709203, 709217
Abstract:
An activity-based collaboration system provides communication and other shared and mutual activities between individuals and small groups in shared private spaces, called “telespaces”. In the system, participants or members of a telespace interact through personal computers, Internet appliances or other network-capable devices, which can communicate with one-another over a network, e. g. , the Internet. Each telespace is an instantiation of an activity operable on each of the network-capable devices of members of the telespace. Each activity includes a tool for initiating data change requests (called “deltas”) responsive to telespace member interactions, and a data-change engine, separate from the tool, for maintaining telespace data pursuant to a common data model, usually activity-specific, in memory. Each network-capable device also includes a dynamics manager, responsive to the deltas, for directing the data-change engine to make changes to the local copy of data.

Method And Apparatus For Activity-Based Collaboration By A Computer System Equipped With A Communications Manager

US Patent:
6640241, Oct 28, 2003
Filed:
Jul 19, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/357007
Inventors:
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA
Kenneth G. Moore - Westford MA
Robert H. Myhill - Newton MA
Brian M. Lambert - North Andover MA
Assignee:
Groove Networks, Inc. - Beverly MA
International Classification:
G06F 1516
US Classification:
709204, 709231, 709248
Abstract:
A communications manager provides communication services for an activity-based collaboration system, in which data change requests comprising deltas are communicated over a network between network-capable devices. The communications manager is operable on a local network capable device for sending locally-generated deltas over the network to at least one remote network-capable device and for receiving remotely-generated deltas over the network from the at least one remote network-capable device. The communications manager can send the deltas via unicasting, multicasting, or broadcasting techniques. The communications manager is responsive to network connection status information indicating that the remote network-capable device is connected to the network for sending the local deltas directly to an address for the remote network-capable device. A presence mechanism maintains and distributes, on request, the network connection status information, which it acquires from each of the network-capable devices. The communications manager is also responsive to the network connection status information indicating that the remote network-capable device is disconnected from the network for sending the local deltas to an address of a relay.

Method And Apparatus For Prioritizing Data Change Requests And Maintaining Data Consistency In A Distributed Computer System Equipped For Activity-Based Collaboration

US Patent:
6859821, Feb 22, 2005
Filed:
Jul 19, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/356148
Inventors:
Jack E. Ozzie - Chester NH, US
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA, US
Assignee:
Groove Networks, Inc. - Beverly MA
International Classification:
G06F015/16
US Classification:
709205, 709201, 709213, 707201, 715511
Abstract:
A distributed, activity-based collaboration system can employ a data change request priority scheme for determining an order of execution of data change requests in effecting changes to local copies of data so as to optimize data consistency for collaborative activities. The data change request priority scheme can entail encoding sequence number information and dependency information in the data change requests, responsive to which data changes can be made, unmade and remade to the data.

Method And Apparatus For Efficient Management Of Xml Documents

US Patent:
6941510, Sep 6, 2005
Filed:
Jun 6, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/588195
Inventors:
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA, US
Kenneth G. Moore - Westford MA, US
Ransom L. Richardson - Somerville MA, US
Edward J. Fischer - Cambridge MA, US
Assignee:
Groove Networks, Inc. - Beverly MA
International Classification:
G06F015/00
US Classification:
715513, 715530, 711202
Abstract:
An in-memory storage manager represents XML-compliant documents as a collection of objects in memory. The storage manager allows real-time access to the objects by separate processes operating in different contexts. The data in the objects is stored in memory local to each process and the local memories are synchronized by means of a distributed memory system that stores the data in the same data region, but maps the data region to the address space of each process. Data corruption in the data region is prevented by a locking mechanism that prevents the processes from simultaneously modifying same data.

Method And Apparatus For Connecting A Secure Peer-To-Peer Collaboration System To An External System

US Patent:
7139798, Nov 21, 2006
Filed:
May 17, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/150757
Inventors:
William E. Zircher - Pepperell MA, US
Jack E. Ozzie - Chester NH, US
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA, US
Assignee:
Groove Networks, Inc. - Beverly MA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709204, 709203, 709205, 709217, 709219
Abstract:
A connection between a secure shared space and an external system is created with a connector tool. The connector tool code is included in an independent agent called a “bot” that is created by a software developer. Bots run in the background in an automated and unattended manner in a specialized enterprise integration server. Each bot has a unique identity and runs under an account assigned to the enterprise integration server. A bot can be invited to a shared space much as another collaborator. Bots can also invite others to shared spaces. All bots running in the enterprise integration server are administered by a centralized administrative control. This allows account and identity policies to be established and global behaviors, including authentication settings, startup options and scope to be determined centrally. The centralized control allows simple installation, configuration and deployment and administrative control of bot operation and access. It also allows for logging and monitoring of system behavior.

Method And Apparatus For Maintaining Consistency Of A Shared Space Across Multiple Endpoints In A Peer-To-Peer Collaborative Computer System

US Patent:
7340502, Mar 4, 2008
Filed:
Oct 24, 2002
Appl. No.:
10/279785
Inventors:
Ransom L. Richardson - Beverly MA, US
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA, US
Jack E. Ozzie - Chester NH, US
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709204, 709205, 709208, 709223, 709246, 709248, 707 8, 707100
Abstract:
In a peer-to-peer collaboration system, deltas containing data change commands are organized in a persistent data structure called a delta log. The delta log is organized into blocks, which are the largest division in the delta log. In turn, blocks contain groups, groups contain chains and chains contain deltas. Delta blocks are used to implement priority deltas that are used to limit the collection of data change commands that must be transferred. Within a block the deltas are organized by groups, each of which is a set of deltas organized into chains. The delta group in used to determine which deltas to purge. The chains are ordered by increasing creator ID of the endpoint that created the chain. Organizing the delta log in this fashion allows the log to be “walked” to detect convergence problems. To achieve causality-preservation, each delta has a list of dependencies representing other deltas that must be executed before the current delta can be executed.

Method And Apparatus For Generating Data Change Requests Containing Data Consistency Information In A Peer-To-Peer Collaborative Computer System

US Patent:
7490126, Feb 10, 2009
Filed:
Jul 30, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/630150
Inventors:
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA, US
Jack E. Ozzie - Chester NH, US
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709205, 709204, 709217, 709225, 709232
Abstract:
A distributed, activity-based collaboration system employs a data change request priority scheme for determining an order of execution of data change requests in effecting changes to local copies of data so as to optimize data consistency for collaborative activities. The data change request priority scheme can entail encoding sequence number information and dependency information in the data change requests, responsive to which data changes can be made, unmade and remade to the data.

User-Controlled Profile Sharing

US Patent:
7552862, Jun 30, 2009
Filed:
Jun 29, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/427704
Inventors:
Gary W. Flake - Bellevue WA, US
Eric J. Horvitz - Kirkland WA, US
Joshua T. Goodman - Redmond WA, US
Eric D. Brill - Redmond WA, US
Bradly A. Brunell - Medina WA, US
Susan T. Dumais - Kirkland WA, US
Alexander G. Gounares - Kirkland WA, US
Trenholme J. Griffin - Bainbridge Island WA, US
Oliver Hurst-Hiller - New York NY, US
Raymond E. Ozzie - Manchester MA, US
Assignee:
Microsoft Corporation - Redmond WA
International Classification:
G06F 17/00
H04K 1/00
US Classification:
235375, 235380, 705 14, 705 80, 726 1, 726 27, 709202, 709218, 709229
Abstract:
Architecture is provided that facilitates user-controlled access to user profile information. A user is allowed to selectively expose (or mask) portions of his/her profile to third parties. Additionally, advertisers and/or content providers can offer incentives or enticement in response to the acceptance of which a user exposes larger portions of their profile. The architecture comprises a system that facilitates profile management utilizing a profile component that facilitates creation and storage of an electronic profile of a user, and a control component under control of the user for controlling access to the profile. Machine learning and reasoning is provided to make inferences and automate aspects thereof.

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