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Erick J Haughn

from Norcross, GA
Age ~54

Erick Haughn Phones & Addresses

  • 3826 Avera Ln, Norcross, GA 30092 (770) 729-9837
  • 166 17Th St, Bayonne, NJ 07002
  • 7 Irene Ct, River Edge, NJ 07661
  • Dallas, TX
  • Center Valley, PA
  • Lady Lake, FL
  • Emerson, NJ
  • Berlin, NJ

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Us Patents

Network-Agnostic Content Management

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US Patent:
8555356, Oct 8, 2013
Filed:
Nov 17, 2011
Appl. No.:
13/299078
Inventors:
Judson John Flynn - Decatur GA, US
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
John Lewis - Lawrenceville GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T Mobility II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04L 9/32
G06F 21/00
US Classification:
726 5, 726 3
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided for content management, e. g. , exchange and manipulation, across devices provisioned through disparate network platforms. Devices can be mobile or stationary, and connect to provisioning network platforms through various network bearers. Through various secure protocols, a client component within a device secures access to content and provides secure delivery thereof. Directives for content manipulation are also delivered securely. Delivery of contents and directives are performed from device to device, routed via gateway nodes within a network platform that provisions the device. In addition, or alternatively, content management can be implemented through an intermediary component, which can also validate devices and secure delivery of content or directives. Alarm signaling among devices provisioned through disparate network platforms also can be securely conveyed. Intermediary component also can be exploited for content management among subscribers of disparate network providers.

Mobile Device Management Through An Offloading Network

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US Patent:
8626143, Jan 7, 2014
Filed:
Feb 1, 2012
Appl. No.:
13/364257
Inventors:
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T Mobility II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04M 3/00
US Classification:
455418, 4554561
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided for management of content in a mobile device. Content can be firmware associated with mobile functionalities, or data a mobile can process. To effect a content update, a first network platform that serves a multimode mobile device through a first radio access network (RAN) can facilitate establishment of an end-to-end tunnel to the multimode through a second RAN associated with a second network platform; the first network platform can then push the content update to the multimode mobile through the second RAN. Typically the second RAN employs a distinct radiofrequency band than the first RAN; thus the content update is offloaded from traffic in the first wireless network. Content updates can be signaled through the first RAN and implemented upon end-to-end tunnel establishment to the first network platform through the second RAN. Moreover, said updates can be scheduled according to a network-configured subscriber update profile.

Mobile Device Management Through An Offloading Network

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US Patent:
20090318124, Dec 24, 2009
Filed:
Jun 23, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/143959
Inventors:
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T MOBILITY II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04M 3/00
H04Q 7/22
US Classification:
455418, 4554141
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided for management of content in a mobile device. Content can be firmware associated with mobile functionalities, or data a mobile can process. To effect a content update, a first network platform that serves a multimode mobile device through a first radio access network (RAN) can facilitate establishment of an end-to-end tunnel to the multimode through a second RAN associated with a second network platform; the first network platform can then push the content update to the multimode mobile through the second RAN. Typically the second RAN employs a distinct radiofrequency band than the first RAN; thus the content update is offloaded from traffic in the first wireless network. Content updates can be signaled through the first RAN and implemented upon end-to-end tunnel establishment to the first network platform through the second RAN. Moreover, said updates can be scheduled according to a network-configured subscriber update profile.

Mobile Handset Extension To A Device

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US Patent:
20100062770, Mar 11, 2010
Filed:
Sep 8, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/206489
Inventors:
Judson Flynn - Decatur GA, US
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
John Lewis - Lawrenceville GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T MOBILITY II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04W 36/00
US Classification:
455436, 455466
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided for extension of mobile operation to a device. An extension interface comprises a client component within a mobile that is linked to a client component within the device. Extension of mobile operation is secured via delivery of credentials associated with the mobile to the device. Delivery of credentials is temporary and typically spans the period during which mobile operation is extended to the device. Mobile's application(s) and content(s) can be conveyed to the device for utilization therein. An emulation component that can reside at least in part on the client component within the device can emulate mobile operation. Client component within the mobile can include at least in part (i) a component that downloads drivers for communication with, and utilization of, the device to which mobile operation is extended, and (ii) a component that can scan for wireless-capable devices to extend mobile service thereto.

Network Registration For Content Transactions

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US Patent:
20100070417, Mar 18, 2010
Filed:
Sep 12, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/209819
Inventors:
Judson John Flynn - Decatur GA, US
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
John Lewis - Lawrenceville GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T Mobility II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04L 9/00
US Classification:
705 51
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided for registration of non-mobile devices with a mobile network platform for secure content transactions among the mobile network platform and registered non-mobile devices, and mobile and registered non-mobile devices. Through various secure protocols, a registration component within the mobile network platform records non-mobile devices provisioned through a non-mobile network platform. Recordation includes validation of devices associated with the non-mobile devices and retention of devices records. Content transaction(s), e.g., content delivery and exchange, are conducted securely, and abide by license terms for content dissemination. Content transaction(s) can be billed based at least in part on license terms, or subscriber intelligence. Transacted content can be received and formatted by a master non-mobile within a network of provisioned non-mobile devices. The master non-mobile device securely delivers transacted contents to slave non-mobile devices and to the mobile network platform. Advertisement(s) also can be transacted.

Network-Agnostic Content Management

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US Patent:
20100071038, Mar 18, 2010
Filed:
Sep 12, 2008
Appl. No.:
12/209940
Inventors:
Judson John Flynn - Decatur GA, US
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
John Lewis - Lawrenceville GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T Mobility II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04L 9/32
G06F 21/00
US Classification:
726 5, 726 14
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided for content management, e.g., exchange and manipulation, across devices provisioned through disparate network platforms. Devices can be mobile or stationary, and connect to provisioning network platforms through various network bearers. Through various secure protocols, a client component within a device secures access to content and provides secure delivery thereof Directives for content manipulation are also delivered securely. Delivery of contents and directives are performed from device to device, routed via gateway nodes within a network platform that provisions the device. In addition, or alternatively, content management can be implemented through an intermediary component, which can also validate devices and secure delivery of content or directives. Alarm signaling among devices provisioned through disparate network platforms also can be securely conveyed. Intermediary component also can be exploited for content management among subscribers of disparate network providers.

Single Subscription Management For Multiple Devices

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US Patent:
20100189096, Jul 29, 2010
Filed:
Jan 29, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/361552
Inventors:
Judson John Flynn - Decatur GA, US
Erick John Haughn - Norcross GA, US
John Lewis - Lawrenceville GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T MOBILITY II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04L 12/66
US Classification:
370352
Abstract:
System(s) and method(s) are provided that facilitate managing routing voice and data traffic, associated with a subscription, when there are multiple devices. A client component can manage which communication device of multiple communication devices of a subscriber is active on the network at a given time for the subscriber based in part on location of a mobile device associated with the subscriber, a subscriber profile, and predefined routing criteria, which can facilitate optimal device selection. The mobile device can communicate via a macro network when outside of an area served by consumer premise equipment of the subscriber; and when the mobile device is in the area served by the consumer premise device, voice and data traffic directed to the mobile device can be automatically routed to one of multiple communication devices connected to the consumer premise equipment. The subscriber profile can specify routing preferences of the subscriber.

Mobile Subscriber Device Network Access

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US Patent:
20110105080, May 5, 2011
Filed:
Nov 5, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/613104
Inventors:
Erick Haughn - Norcross GA, US
Jusdon Flynn - Decatur GA, US
John Lewis - Lawrenceville GA, US
Assignee:
AT&T Mobility II LLC - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04W 48/18
H04M 1/66
US Classification:
455411, 4554352
Abstract:
In one or more embodiments, one or more methods and/or systems described can perform receiving, from a first access point coupled to a first network and operated by a first network provider, an access code from a subscriber mobile device (MSD), associated with a second network provider, that accesses a uniform resource locator (URL) that includes the access code. The access code can be usable by the first network provider to determine whether or not to permit the MSD access of a second network coupled to the first network. In one or more embodiments, the URL is received by the MSD in a text message and/or from a short message service (SMS). In one or more embodiments, the MSD is operable to use telecommunications services of and provided by the second network provider. In one or more embodiments, the first network provider is the second network provider.
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