US Pat. No. 9,497,892

CHIMNEY SHAPED DATA CENTER

OVH SAS, Roubaix (FR)

1. A technical infrastructure for data centers, comprising a plurality of computer rooms arranged in the shape of a chimney,
thereby forming a hollow building having a cavity that is open upwards, said technical infrastructure further comprises a
plurality of fans arranged in one or more sides facing said cavity, each ventilator fan arranged to move the air from the
interior of the technical infrastructure towards the cavity, and comprises at least one wall opening arranged to allow air
to enter the interior of the technical infrastructure and, wherein, along an upward length of the chimney, the chimney cavity
has a uniform cross-sectional area taken in a horizontal plane along a length of the cavity.

US Pat. No. 9,052,066

LED LIGHT BULB WITH INTEGRATED HEAT SINK

The Artak Ter-Hovhanissia...

1. An LED lamp, comprising:
a lamp housing;
an electrical circuit trace disposed on the lamp housing;
an LED attached directly to the lamp housing and electrically connected to the electrical circuit trace;
wherein the lamp housing is in direct thermal conductive relation to the LED such that heat energy is dissipated from the
LED directly to the lamp housing; and

a first half of an electrical connector attached relative to the lamp housing and electrically connected to the LED, and a
second half of the electrical connector attached relative to and electrically connected to LED driver circuitry electrically
connected to the electrical circuit trace, wherein the first and second halves of the electrical connector are removably connected.

US Pat. No. 10,219,400

TRANSPORTABLE AND STACKABLE SERVER RACKS

OVH, Roubaix (FR)

1. A server rack including a bottom panel, a top panel opposite to said bottom panel, a plurality of housing units configured for receiving rack-mountable equipment, the plurality of housing units being disposed horizontally between the top panel and the bottom panel and extending side-by-side in a first direction, the top panel comprising two guiding rails, each of the two guiding rails being parallel to the first direction, the two guiding rails being at least partly aligned with one another in the first direction, the bottom panel comprising two support rails, each of the two support rails being parallel to the first direction, the two support rails being at least partly aligned with one another along the first direction, each of the two support rails including a vertical section extending from the bottom panel to a horizontal section of the support rail, the horizontal section defining a contact surface for supporting the server rack, a space for a lifting fork arm of a pallet lifting device being defined between the horizontal section and the bottom panel, the vertical section defining a guide complementary to a corresponding guiding rail of an other server rack when the server rack is stacked on top of the other server rack.

US Pat. No. 10,261,931

MODULAR BACKPLANE

OVH, Roubaix (FR)

1. A backplane comprising:a first module connector configured to receive a first printed circuit board module, wherein the first printed circuit board module comprises at least one first processor;
a second module connector configured to receive a second printed circuit board module, wherein the second printed circuit board module comprises at least one second processor;
a first backplane connector configured to receive a first storage unit;
a second backplane connector configured to receive a second storage unit; and
a switch module;
wherein the first module connector comprises: a first connector portion, a second connector portion, and a third connector portion;
wherein the second module connector comprises: a fourth connector portion, a fifth connector portion, and a sixth connector portion, the first connector portion being connected to the fourth connector portion through a first backplane bus, the second connector portion being connected to the first backplane connector, the third connector portion being connected to the switch module, the fifth connector portion being connected to the second backplane connector, and the sixth connector portion being connected to the switch module; and
wherein the first backplane bus is configured to allow information to be directly communicated between the first printed circuit board module and the second printed circuit board module without being routed beyond the first printed circuit board module and the second printed circuit board module.