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Policy based provisioning of network device resources

Methods are disclosed for establishing a path for data transmissions in a system having a plurality of possible paths by creating a configuration database and establishing internal connection paths based upon a configuration policy and the configuration database. The configuration policy can be based on available system resources and needs at a given time. In one embodiment, one or more tables are initiated in the configuration database to provide connection information to the system. For example, a path table and a service endpoint table can be employed to establishing a partial record in the configuration database whenever a user connects to a particular port on a universal port card in the system. The method can further include periodically polling records in the path table and transmitting data from the partial records to a policy provisioning manager (PPM). The PPM then implements a connection policy by comparing one or more of the new path characteristics, to the available forwarding card resources in the quadrant containing the universal port card port and path. The path characteristics can include the protocol, the desired number of time slots, the desired number of virtual circuits, and any virtual circuit scheduling restrictions. The PPM can also take other factors into consideration, including quality of service, for example, redundancy requirements or dedicated resource requirements, and balancing resource usage (i.e., load balancing) evenly within a quadrant.

Electronic circuit device and hybrid integrated circuit with an asic and an FPGA

An improved hybrid integrated circuit is provided in order that the specification can quickly be modified and adjusted when required without need for preparing a new mask and without need for compromising the performance of the hybrid integrated circuit. The hybrid integrated circuit comprises: a common substrate on which an electrode pattern is formed; a first monolithic semiconductor chip designed by the use of an ASIC technology and mounted on the common substrate; a second monolithic semiconductor chip designed by the use of an FPGA technology and mounted on the common substrate; and external terminals provided for the common substrate; and an insulating material encapsulating the first monolithic semiconductor chip and the second monolithic semiconductor chip, wherein the second monolithic semiconductor chip is provided with a storage element which is rewritable by means of a control signal given through the external terminal in order to store circuit configuration data with which internal connections of the second monolithic semiconductor chip are modified to form a hardware configuration within the second monolithic semiconductor chip corresponding to a predetermined operational specification, and wherein the first monolithic semiconductor chip and the second monolithic semiconductor chip cooperate with each other by exchanging signals through the electrode pattern of the common substrate in order to implement the predetermined operational specification.

Self-watering planter employing capillary action water transport mechanism

The self-watering assembly is used in combination with a conventional planter having flow hole apertures formed within a base thereof. The assembly includes a set of water-permeable flow hole inserts each including a portion of capillary material such as spandex. The flow hole inserts are inserted into a flow hole of the planter for direct contact with soil positioned therein. The flow hole inserts are sized and shaped to securely fit within the flow hole preventing soil from falling out of the flow hole and preventing roots from growing through the flow hole. Additional capillary material, also formed of spandex, couples an interior of a water reservoir to the capillary material of the water-permeable inserts. By using spandex as the capillary material, sufficient capillary flow may be achieved to properly water even medium to large sized plants. By employing water-permeable inserts for insertion into the planter wherein the inserts have capillary material mounted therein, water can be more effectively drawn into the soil of the planter as compared to many self watering planters wherein the planter merely rests on capillary material. Also, upon removal of the planter from the water reservoir, the inserts typically remain mounted within the flow holes of the planter such that soil from the planter is prevented from falling out of the planter via the flow holes. Entirely conventional planters may be employed thereby reducing overall costs which permit the customer a wide choice of planter shapes and sizes.

Piezoelectric electroacoustic transducer and manufacturing method of the same

A piezoelectric electroacoustic transducer includes a substantially rectangular piezoelectric diaphragm having electrodes and flexurally vibrating in response to application of an alternating signal between the electrodes, a resin case having a supporting member disposed inside sidewalls of the case for supporting the diaphragm, terminals insert-molded in the case so as to have internal connections exposed in the supporting member and external connections exposed on the external surface of the case, a conductive adhesive for electrically connecting the electrodes of the diaphragm to the internal connections of the terminals, an elastic sealant for sealing a gap between the external periphery of the diaphragm and the internal periphery of the case, and a lid plate for closing an opening of the case. The terminals are pressed terminals, which are made by punching a metallic plate so that a flash-producing surface is to be the lower surface, and flashes on both respective side-edges of the internal connections are embedded inside the supporting member of the case so that the top surfaces of the internal connections are flush with the surface of the supporting member, and the external connections of the terminals are bent toward the bottom surface of the case via the side surfaces thereof.
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