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Huawei Assigned Two Patents

Optical disc drive installation mechanism, determining RAIDs
By Francis Pelletier on 2016.08.04

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Optical disc drive installation mechanism
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Shenzhen, China, has been assigned a patent (9,389,652) developed by Liu, Lianjun, Ke, Youhe, and Yang, Chengpeng, Shenzhen, China, for a “optical disc drive installation mechanism, and outer frame for installing optical disc drive.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: ”Disclosed are an optical disc drive installation mechanism, and an outer frame for installing an optical disc drive. The optical disc drive installation mechanism includes: an optical disc drive module and an outer frame which is configured to insert or pull out the optical disc drive module, and a buckle is connected to a side surface of the optical disc drive module, a buckle limiting hole is disposed on a first side surface of the outer frame, and a groove is further disposed on an outer wall on the first side surface of the outer frame, a fixedly connected spacing elastomer is disposed on an inner wall on a second side surface of the outer frame, the spacing elastomer and the first elastic part are configured to lock or unlock the optical disc drive module, and a first side surface is perpendicular to the second side surface.

The patent application was filed on December 5, 2014 (14/562,529).

Determining redundant array of independent disks
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Shenzhen, China, has been assigned a patent (9,389,790) developed by Xu, Yan, Shezhen, China, Sun, Yaping, Hangzhou, China, and Zhou, Huiqiang, Shenzhen, China, for a “method and apparatus for determining redundant array of independent disks.

The abstract of the patent published by the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office states: ”According to the method for determining a redundant array of independent disks provided in the present invention, for an actual physical disk including n disk groups in which each disk group includes m disks, the n disk groups include m2*(m*n) logical blocks, and a logical block matrix corresponding to m distributed RAIDs can be generated. Therefore, a correspondence between the actual physical disk and the distributed RAIDs can be obtained. In a scenario of data storage or the like, a mapping relationship table of the physical disk and the RAIDs does not need to be stored.

The patent application was filed on December 24, 2014 (14/582,509).

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