Dr. Uy Receives U.S. Patent for High-Speed, Direct Memory Access

New invention provides DMA-like access for fast, inter-system transfers of large data volumes

Loqu8, the pioneer in augmented intelligence, today announced that Dr. Timothy Uy's pioneering DMA-like memory access system for inter-system transfers of high volume data has received a United States patent.

"Dr. Uy's latest invention exemplifies his commitment to fundamental research and product development," stated Jim Hsia, VP Marketing for Loqu8. "The technological advancements by the members of our research team are very exciting. Their architecture and world-class design are embodied into each of our products."

The latest patent, 7702859, "Detachable direct memory access arrangement," is the fourth received by Loqu8 researchers. Other patents in the intellectual property portfolio involve intelligent network memory storage and architecture.

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