OASIS Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) TC

This TC operates under the Non-Assertion Mode of the OASIS IPR Policy.

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, April 7, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 7, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

US Publication No. 20150188833, titled "Overhead management for virtual machines" is relevant to section "Networking Device" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, April 7, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 7, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that may contain essential claims or claims that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

The unpublished application titled "Virtual Device Backend Recovery" is relevant to section "Basic Facilities of a Virtio Device" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Red Hat is unable to provide more specific information regarding the unpublished application, until such time as the application is published or the patent is issued.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, April 7, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 7, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

The unpublished application titled "Dynamic Cache-Efficient Event Suppression For Network Function Virtualization" is relevant to section "Basic Facilities of a Virtio Device" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Red Hat is unable to provide more specific information regarding the unpublished application, until such time as the application is published or the patent is issued.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, April 11, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 11, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

The unpublished application titled "Host-Driven Application Memory Protection For Virtual Machines" is relevant to sections "Basic Facilities of a Virtio Device" and "Virtio Over PCI Bus" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Red Hat is unable to provide more specific information regarding the unpublished application, until such time as the application is published or the patent is issued.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, April 19, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 19, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

US Publication No. 20150347169 titled "Scheduler limited virtual device polling" is relevant to section "Basic Facilities of a Virtio Device" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, April 19, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 19, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

The unpublished application titled "Limited Virtual Device Polling Based on Virtual CPU Pre-emption" is relevant to section "Basic Facilities of a Virtio Device" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Red Hat is unable to provide more specific information regarding the unpublished application, until such time as the application is published or the patent is issued.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).

Statement regarding IPR, submitted by Red Hat, July 28, 2016

To: OASIS
From: Michael S. Tsirkin, Red Hat
Date: April 28, 2016

Red Hat has filed a United States patent application that might become essential to an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable.

The unpublished application titled "Guest Ordering of Host File System Writes" is relevant to section "Device Types" of the Virtual I/O Device (VIRTIO) specification.

Red Hat is unable to provide more specific information regarding the unpublished application, until such time as the application is published or the patent is issued.

Should this patent application be issued as a patent, and be identified as essential to the compliant implementation of an OASIS Standards Final Deliverable produced by the VIRTIO TC, Red Hat will operate, as specified by the VIRTIO TC, under the Non-Assertion Mode TC Requirements described in section 10.3 of the OASIS IPR Policy (as of the date of this disclosure).