American Megatrends International, LLC, Duluth, GA, has been assigned a patent (11,068,424) developed by Bhatia, Anurag, Sugar Hill, GA, Messer, Jason, Duluth, GA, and Maity, Sanjoy, Snellville, GA, for an “enablement of software defined storage solution for NVME over ethernet fabric management on a processor.“
The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: ”A computer system includes a BMC and a host of the BMC. The BMC receives a first message from a first remote device on a management network. The BMC determines whether the first message is directed to a storage service or fabric service executed on a central processing unit of the host. The host is a storage device. The central processing unit is in commutation with a RDMA controller through an external communication channel. The RDMA controller being managed by the storage service. The BMC extracts a service management command from the first message, when the first message is directed to the storage service or fabric service. The BMC sends, through a BMC communication channel to the host, a second message containing the service management command to the host. The BMC communication channel has been established for communicating baseboard management commands between the BMC and the host.”
The patent application was filed on February 4, 2020 (16/781,082).