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Steven A Surek

from Leonardo, NJ
Age ~67

Steven Surek Phones & Addresses

  • 17 Koosman Dr, Leonardo, NJ 07737 (732) 872-0858
  • 3950 Mahaila Ave, San Diego, CA 92122 (858) 587-9543
  • Morris Plains, NJ
  • Dover, NJ

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Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Steven Joseph Surek
Director Of Pharmacy, Manager
The Vons Companies Inc
Ret Groceries Ret Florist Retail Bakery
7788 Regents Rd, San Diego, CA 92122
(858) 455-6130

Publications

Us Patents

Data Communications Networks With High Performance And Reliability

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US Patent:
7099327, Aug 29, 2006
Filed:
Oct 12, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/687348
Inventors:
Ramesh Nagarajan - Somerset NJ, US
Muhammad A Qureshi - Metuchen NJ, US
Steven A Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Assignee:
Lucent Technologies Inc. - Murray Hill NJ
International Classification:
H04L 12/28
US Classification:
370394
Abstract:
An Optical Transport Network (OTN) (comprising a number of OTN nodes) uses an Internet Protocol (IP) based control plane (out-of-band signaling on a separate wavelength). Each OTN node of the IP-based control plane performs dual-feeding and dual-selecting of signaling messages on diverse signaling paths. The IP-based control plane establishes a pair of physically disjoint signaling paths between every set of neighboring OTN nodes (pre-computed and pre-established physically disjoint primary and secondary message paths in the IP-based control plane).

Transparent Sub-Wavelength Network

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US Patent:
7443888, Oct 28, 2008
Filed:
Jul 20, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/895007
Inventors:
Steven A. Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Assignee:
Ciena Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/06
US Classification:
370503, 370522
Abstract:
An arrangement that allows transmission of client signals with higher clock fidelity is achieved by developing a phase offset measure at an ingress node, communicating it to the egress node, and recovering the client's clock from the received data and from the received phase-offset information. The ability to recover the client's clock with high fidelity is enhanced by adaptive pointer processing in intermediate nodes and the egress node of the network that the client's signal traverses. The adaptive pointer processing filters incoming pointers from upstream nodes and injects new positive and negative pointer justifications in excess of what is minimally necessary to allow them to be filtered by successive nodes and insure proper transmission over a network that employs a protocol involving framing layer frames embedded in communication layer frames. Illustratively, the network protocol is an extended ITU Recommendation G. 709 Digital Wrapper protocol, arranged to employ frames of 15240 columns by four rows.

Apparatus For Implementing Transparent Subwavelength Networks

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US Patent:
7570660, Aug 4, 2009
Filed:
Oct 1, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/956855
Inventors:
Eddie Fung - Englishtown NJ, US
Lawrence J. Nociolo - Fair Haven NJ, US
Martin Nuss - Fair Haven NJ, US
Steven A. Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Ted K. Woodward - Holmdel NJ, US
Assignee:
CIENA Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/16
US Classification:
370466, 370442, 370512, 370516, 398102
Abstract:
A network element for incorporating in nodes of a network that is a transparent, subwavelength networks. The element is configurable and adapted to support an arbitrary protocol, with protocol-specific monitoring features as well as protocol-independent add/drop capability. An arrangement that allows transmission of client signals with higher clock fidelity is achieved by developing a phases offset measure at an ingress node, communicating it to the egress node, and recovering the client's clock from the received data and from the received phase-offset information. The ability to recover the client's clock with high fidelity is enhanced by modified pointer processing in intermediate nodes of the network that the client's signal traverses. The pointer processing is modified to inject positive and negative justifications in excess of what is minimally necessary to insure proper transmission over a network that employs a protocol involving framing layer frames embedded in communication layer frames. Illustratively, the network protocol is an extended G.

Systems And Methods For Mapping And Multiplexing Wider Clock Tolerance Signals In Optical Transport Network Transponders And Multiplexers

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US Patent:
7602814, Oct 13, 2009
Filed:
Apr 30, 2007
Appl. No.:
11/796774
Inventors:
Kevin S. Meagher - Bowie PG MD, US
Jack Mateosky - West River MD, US
Steven A. Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Assignee:
Ciena Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/06
US Classification:
370505
Abstract:
The present invention provides systems and methods for mapping and multiplexing wider clock tolerance signals in Optical Transport Network (OTN) transponders and multiplexers. In one exemplary embodiment, the present invention allows wide tolerance signals, such as a 10 GbE with a ±100 PPM clock tolerance, to be 100% transparently mapped asynchronously into OTU2-LAN rate transport signals. In another exemplary embodiment, the present invention allows wide tolerance signals, such as a 10 GbE with a ±100 PPM clock tolerance, to be 100% transparently multiplexed asynchronously in to OTU3-LAN rate transport signals. The present invention utilizes extra Negative Justification Opportunities (NJO) in either unused OPUk overhead or in OPUk payload area and Positive Justification Opportunities (PJO) in OPUk payload area. Advantageously, the extra NJO and PJO provide additional bandwidth for client data rate offsets beyond OTN specifications.

Transparent Sub-Wavelength Network

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US Patent:
7830909, Nov 9, 2010
Filed:
Sep 17, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/212018
Inventors:
Steven A. Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Assignee:
Ciena Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/24
US Classification:
370465, 370474, 370476, 370516
Abstract:
An arrangement that allows transmission of client signals with higher clock fidelity is achieved by developing a phase offset measure at an ingress node, communicating it to the egress node, and recovering the client's clock from the received data and from the received phase-offset information. The ability to recover the client's clock with high fidelity is enhanced by adaptive pointer processing in intermediate nodes and the egress node of the network that the client's signal traverses. The adaptive pointer processing filters incoming pointers from upstream nodes and injects new positive and negative pointer justifications in excess of what is minimally necessary to allow them to be filtered by successive nodes and insure proper transmission over a network that employs a protocol involving framing layer frames embedded in communication layer frames. Illustratively, the network protocol is an extended ITU Recommendation G. 709 Digital Wrapper protocol, arranged to employ frames of 15240 columns by four rows.

Transport Systems And Methods Incorporating Absolute Time References And Selective Buildout Delays

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US Patent:
7864817, Jan 4, 2011
Filed:
Nov 15, 2006
Appl. No.:
11/599662
Inventors:
Steven A. Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Eddie Fung - Englishtown NJ, US
Assignee:
Ciena Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/06
US Classification:
370519, 370503
Abstract:
In various exemplary embodiments, the present invention provides transport systems and methods incorporating absolute time references, such as global positioning system (GPS) time references and/or the like, and selective buildout delays, such as first-in, first-out (FIFO) buildout delays and/or the like. In one exemplary embodiment, the transport systems and methods of the present invention are used in conjunction with the International Business Machine Corporation (IBM) Geographically-Dispersed Parallel Sysplex (GDPS) integrated, automated application and data availability solution to meet and/or exceed the associated 10 microseconds transmit/receive path differential delay requirement. Other comparable uses are also contemplated herein, as will be obvious to those of ordinary skill in the art.

Telecommunications Transport Methods And Systems For The Transparent Mapping/Demapping Of Client Data Signals

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US Patent:
8155148, Apr 10, 2012
Filed:
Sep 27, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/236026
Inventors:
Steven Arvo Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Michael Scott Brown - Baltimore MD, US
Assignee:
Ciena Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/24
H04J 3/02
US Classification:
370474, 370464, 370338, 370539, 37524026, 375316, 375359
Abstract:
The present invention provides telecommunications transport methods and systems for the transparent mapping/demapping of client data signals without the insertion/deletion of idle characters for client data signal rate adaptation. These methods and systems include mapping an incoming client data signal to and demapping an outgoing client data signal from a transport frame comprising: a first segment that is dedicated to client data; a second segment that is dedicated to fixed stuff, wherein the fixed stuff comprises, for example, network management information; a third segment that is dedicated to justification data for supporting a client data signal rate adaptation function; and a fourth segment that is dedicated to justification control information for indicating whether the third segment is used for client data or fixed stuff, wherein the justification control information is redundant for error protection purposes.

Systems And Methods For Synchronous Generic Framing Protocol Mapping

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US Patent:
8199772, Jun 12, 2012
Filed:
Jun 25, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/146048
Inventors:
Steven Arvo Surek - Leonardo NJ, US
Assignee:
Ciena Corporation - Linthicum MD
International Classification:
H04J 3/16
US Classification:
370467
Abstract:
The present invention provides systems and methods for mapping synchronous input signals, such as synchronous Ethernet, into Generic Framing Protocol (GFP) frames for using GFP directly on Optical Transport Network (OTN) while preserving the synchronous timing of the input signals. The present invention defines a mapping technique for GFP-based encapsulation that preserves timing information of an incoming client signal. The mapping technique makes use of the concept that a timing signal can be fractionally multiplied in frequency using factors that are ratios of integers without creating significant timing impairments.
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