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Niranjan Nagar

from Pleasanton, CA

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  • 3665 Huff Ct, Pleasanton, CA 94588
  • 2569 Wilde Ave, Pleasanton, CA 94588
  • Duluth, GA
  • Alameda, CA
  • San Mateo, CA
  • Fremont, CA

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Media Service Delivery System Providing Conditional Access To Media Content From Various Client Devices

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US Patent:
8131865, Mar 6, 2012
Filed:
Feb 24, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/786891
Inventors:
Sylvain P. Rebaud - San Francisco CA,
Niranjan Nagar - Pleasanton CA,
Timothy R. Bratton - Los Altos CA,
Sean Ryan - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
RealNetworks, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
G06F 15/16
US Classification:
709229, 725 25, 725 28
Abstract:
A system for protecting the digital rights of content owners allows digital media to be delivered to only those media rendering client devices that have been approved for the media content. Before delivering requested media, the media service provider may determines whether the media rendering client device that requested the media is the type of device that is authorized to receive the request media. If it is, the media service provider may transmit the media to a middleman server over a network (such as the Internet). A middleman server may then serves the media to the client device over a local network. By allowing the media content to be distributed to approved devices only, the media service provider can prevent a user from using the media in a way that is not authorized by the content owner.

Media Service Delivery System Providing Conditional Access To Media Content From Various Client Devices

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US Patent:
20120216293, Aug 23, 2012
Filed:
Mar 5, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/412375
Inventors:
Sylvain P. Rebaud - San Francisco CA,
Niranjan Nagar - Pleasanton CA,
Timothy R. Bratton - Los Altos CA,
Sean Ryan - San Francisco CA,
Assignee:
RealNetworks, Inc. - Seattle WA
International Classification:
G06F 21/24
US Classification:
726 27
Abstract:
A system for protecting the digital rights of content owners allows digital media to be delivered to only those media rendering client devices that have been approved for the media content. Before delivering requested media, the media service provider may determine whether the media rendering client device that requested the media is the type of device that is authorized to receive the request media. If it is, the media service provider may transmit the media to a middleman server over a network (such as the Internet). A middleman server may then serve the media to the client device over a local network. By allowing the media content to be distributed to approved devices only, the media service provider can prevent a user from using the media in a way that is not authorized by the content owner.

Object Oriented Computer Interface Supporting Interactive Networked Applications

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US Patent:
58260854, Oct 20, 1998
Filed:
Jul 12, 1995
Appl. No.:
8/501272
Inventors:
Curtis Bennett - Houston TX
Dan Berkery - Minnetonka MN
Shanmugam Chinnasamy - San Mateo CA
Jay Daugherty - Arlington VA
John C. Hughes - Arlington VA
Rob Lippmann - Falls Church VA
Niranjan Nagar - San Mateo CA
Ronald K. Park - San Mateo CA
Ankur Sharma - Belmont CA
Assignee:
Oracle Corporation - Redwood Shores CA
International Classification:
G06F 940
US Classification:
395683
Abstract:
An object oriented interactive application interface for facilitating application program development in a networked computer system providing on-line services is disclosed. The present invention is an Interactive Application Object module (IAO), comprising a client side portion and a server side portion, that facilitates the development of client applications for interaction with a server across a network. The IAO comprises a set of software objects that include interfaces and methods for implementing a client on-line service application at a high abstraction layer. The IAO provides high level objects for use by a client application for handling a large set of interactive system and business functions. On the client device, the IAO insulates the client application from the implementation details of a particular low level network interface. On the server side, the IAO integrates the a media server functionality and a services module with a conventional robust relational database and a conventional text server for persistent storage and retrieval of user system and business information.
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