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Bruce D Beeco

from Buford, GA
Age ~58

Bruce Beeco Phones & Addresses

  • 2826 Lake Wind Ct, Buford, GA 30518 (678) 546-8697 (770) 564-8697
  • Commerce, GA
  • Suwanee, GA
  • 827 Bradford Creek Trl, Duluth, GA 30096
  • Norcross, GA
  • 2826 Lake Wind Ct, Buford, GA 30518 (770) 714-6290

Work

Position: Machine Operators, Assemblers, and Inspectors Occupations

Education

Degree: High school graduate or higher

Emails

b***o@aol.com

Business Records

Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Bruce Beeco
STANDARD MORTGAGE CORPORATION OF GEORGIA
425 W Capitol Ave SUITE 1700, Little Rock, AR 72201
5775-D Peachtree-Dunwoody Rd SUITE 100, Atlanta, GA 30338

Publications

Us Patents

Provision Of Electronic Mail Services Via A Cable Services Network

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US Patent:
7669218, Feb 23, 2010
Filed:
Jul 2, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/885295
Inventors:
Vincent Groff - Dunwoody GA,
Steve Calzone - Duluth GA,
John Kelly King - Asheville NC,
Bruce Beeco - Buford GA,
Assignee:
Cox Communications, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04N 5/445
G06F 13/00
G06F 30/00
US Classification:
725 50, 725 34, 725 39, 725 51, 713168
Abstract:
Methods and systems are provided for accessing electronic mail services via a cable services network. A cable television services customer/user may access electronic mail services through a cable television services provider by providing access credentials via an interactive television session through a cable television set-top box. To authenticate a customer/user's access to electronic mail services, a username and a personal identification number (PIN) are submitted by the customer/user to a backend database. A password for the customer/user is located in the backend database and is utilized for accessing the electronic mail services by the customer/user. If the customer/user has never established a personal identification number, the customer/user may submit a new PIN to the backend database. Authorization to enter the new PIN into the backend database is based on submission of a valid username and password by the customer/user.

Customer Support Services Via A Cable Services Network

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US Patent:
7707599, Apr 27, 2010
Filed:
Dec 2, 2004
Appl. No.:
11/002912
Inventors:
Vincent Groff - Dunwoody GA,
Steve Calzone - Duluth GA,
John Kelly King - Asheville NC,
Bruce Beeco - Buford GA,
Assignee:
Cox Communications, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04N 7/16
US Classification:
725 5, 715700
Abstract:
Methods and systems provide customer support services through interactive television sessions via a cable services network. Cable services customers may pay bills or enroll in automatic bill payment via interactive television sessions. Information on pending work orders, answers to frequently asked questions and helpful service provider contact information may be obtained from a data services system through an interactive television session via a cable services network.

Method And System For Real-Time Notification And Disposition Of Voice Services In A Cable Services Network

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US Patent:
7835506, Nov 16, 2010
Filed:
Oct 11, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/247058
Inventors:
Vincent Groff - Dunwoody GA,
Steve Calzone - Duluth GA,
Bruce Beeco - Buford GA,
Varun Dada - Atlanta GA,
Constantine Gavrilidis - Atlanta GA,
Assignee:
Cox Communications, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04M 11/00
US Classification:
379 9001, 37910203, 348 1404, 725106
Abstract:
A method and system are provided for providing real-time notification and disposition of voice services in a cable television services system. A voice services application server enables communications between one or more telecommunications sources and subscriber set-top boxes in the cable television services system. The voice services application server, in communication with a telecommunications network, enables a subscriber to receive real-time notification of incoming telephone calls on a television connected to a set-top box and to issue disposition instructions for managing the incoming telephone calls. The disposition instructions may include answering a call, not answering a call, or forwarding a call to a voicemail system, or forwarding a call to an alternate telephone number.

Preparation And Utilization Of Customer Profile Data In A Cable Services Network

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US Patent:
7856646, Dec 21, 2010
Filed:
Jul 2, 2004
Appl. No.:
10/885292
Inventors:
Vincent Groff - Dunwoody GA,
Steve Calzone - Duluth GA,
John Kelly King - Asheville NC,
Bruce Beeco - Buford GA,
Assignee:
Cox Communications, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
H04N 5/445
H04N 7/025
G06F 3/00
US Classification:
725 42, 725 34, 725 60
Abstract:
Methods and systems for preparing, updating and maintaining customer profile data that may be utilized in an interactive television system for providing tailored customer-specific interactive services, and product offerings and helpful information content. The customer's set-top box queries an application server for profile data corresponding to the customer. A web services system queries each of a number of data services associated with the interactive television services provider to obtain profile data for the customer. Available customer data is passed to the application server. The application server prepares a customer profile from the customer data and formats the customer profile for use by the client-side set-top box. After the customer profile is stored at the set-top box, customer-specific services and product offerings may be presented to the customer in the form of targeted advertising, and customer-specific information content may be presented to the customer.

Systems And Methods For Classifying Power Network Failures

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US Patent:
8635495, Jan 21, 2014
Filed:
Nov 16, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/947628
Inventors:
Bruce Dexter Beeco - Buford GA,
Ian Derrick Tabb - Dunwoody GA,
Assignee:
Cox Communications, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
G06F 11/00
US Classification:
714 25, 714 41, 714 14, 714 26
Abstract:
Systems and methods for classifying a possible failure in a power network are provided. In one embodiment, a method may include receiving network device status information for multiple network devices in communication with a communications network and capable of receiving primary power from a power network; and determining that a possible power network failure exists based on a first portion of the network devices associated with an inactive status and a second portion of the network devices associated with an active status, wherein the first portion comprises network devices without battery back-up capabilities and the second portion comprises network devices with battery back-up capabilities.

Systems And Methods For Locating Power Network Failures On A Network

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US Patent:
8649257, Feb 11, 2014
Filed:
Nov 16, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/947636
Inventors:
Bruce Dexter Beeco - Buford GA,
Ian Derrick Tabb - Dunwoody GA,
Assignee:
Cox Communications, Inc. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
G01R 31/08
G06F 1/00
G06F 11/00
US Classification:
370216, 370242, 713340, 714 25
Abstract:
Systems and methods for locating a possible failure on a power network are provided. In one embodiment, a method may include determining that a possible power network failure exists based on a first group of network devices without battery back-up capabilities having an inactive status and a second groups of network devices with battery back-up capabilities having an active status on a communications network, wherein each of the network devices are adapted for receiving at least primary power from a power network; determining addresses for at least a portion of the first or the second groups of network devices; locating the addresses on a power network grid topology; and identifying at least one power network component or power network segment as a possible power network failure location based on locations of the at least a portion of the first or the second groups of network devices.

Systems And Methods For Analyzing The Health Of Networks And Identifying Points Of Interest In Networks

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US Patent:
2011011, May 19, 2011
Filed:
Nov 16, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/947615
Inventors:
Bruce Dexter Beeco - Buford GA,
Robert Michael O'Shea - Milton GA,
Mark Steven Adams - Norcross GA,
Sundeep Kizhakethalakel Sunny - Smyrna GA,
Ian Derrick Tabb - Dunwoody GA,
Scott Allan Sternloff - Woodstock GA,
Aleksandr Vladimirovich Yashin - Duluth GA,
Assignee:
COX COMMUNICATIONS, INC. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
G06F 15/173
US Classification:
709224
Abstract:
Systems and methods for analyzing the health of networks and identifying Points of Interest in networks are provided. In one embodiment, a method for analyzing the health of a network is provided. The method may include: receiving status information for multiple network devices associated with a network; and analyzing the status information for at least a portion of the network devices by comparing the statuses of one or more network devices that are located downstream on the network relative to the statuses of one or more network devices that are located upstream on the network.

Geo-Spatial Mapping And Service Provision Analysis

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US Patent:
2012015, Jun 21, 2012
Filed:
Dec 16, 2010
Appl. No.:
12/970528
Inventors:
Connie Ann Dufford - Marietta GA,
Daniel Michael Hoffman - Roswell GA,
Trip McCabe - Johns Creek GA,
Bruce Beeco - Buford GA,
Assignee:
COX COMMUNICATIONS, INC. - Atlanta GA
International Classification:
G06Q 10/00
US Classification:
705 711
Abstract:
A Geo-spatial Enterprise Mapping System (GEMS) application may be utilized for determining a cost associated with providing a service to a point of interest by utilizing data from a web-based mapping service application in conjunction with data from a service provider database. Maps may be utilized with polylines representing fiber and coax spans, and markers to display device, customer, and prospect information to provide a user with a quick overview of a potential profitability of a particular area or point of interest. A proximity of customers and groups of customers to a service provider network may be displayed and visible to a user in an intuitive manner. A serviceability and profitability of potential customers may be determined, as well as locating prospective customers.
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