Colorado Springs-based Intelliden has received a U.S. patent, the firm said Tuesday, for a patent covering dynamic IP network allocation. The patent, #7,054,946, is titled "Dynamic configuration of network devices to enable data transfers" and was granted by the US Patent and Trademark May 30th. According to the firm's patent filing, the patent names Glen D. Tindal of Boulder and Jeffrey A. Schenk of San Luis Obispo, California as inventors, and was originally filed in December of 2000. Tindal is CTO of Intelliden. The patent is used in Intelliden's network management products.