US Pat. No. 9,572,275

EXPANDABLE SERVER CASE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. An expandable server case, used for accommodating at least one power supply device, comprising:
a shell, including at least one docking space used for accommodating the power supply device;
an expansion frame, detachably assembled on one end of the shell and protruding from the periphery of the shell, the expansion
frame being disposed corresponding to the at least one docking space, and one side of the expansion frame being provided with
at least one first junction which is capable of fastening the power supply device,

wherein at least one second junction provided on a side of the shell corresponding to the docking space, and the second junction
is capable of fastening the power supply device; and

an input/output frame structure, wherein the input/output frame structure is provided with at least one third junction at
a position corresponding to the second junction, and the power supply device is positioned at a place where the second junction
overlaps with the third junction,

wherein the power supply device is able to be inserted into the docking space to be partially accommodated into the expansion
frame and positioned onto the first junction, or to be accommodated into the expansion frame and positioned onto the second
and third junctions.

US Pat. No. 9,392,719

SURROUNDING-BUCKLE TYPE MOBILE HARD DRIVE RACK

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A surrounding-buckle type mobile hard drive rack for accommodating a hard drive, comprising:
a frame including a plurality of plates, an accommodation space and at least one insertion opening being surrounded by the
plurality of plates, a buckle trough being formed on the plurality of plates on a side of the insertion opening, the plurality
of plates including a bottom plate and a cover plate disposed on opposite sides of the accommodation space, and a supporting
plate connecting the bottom plate and the cover plate;

a pulling handle, the pulling handle being provided with a first buckle part, the cover plate being provided with a second
buckle part, the pulling handle movably covering the cover plate on a side away from the accommodation space by an interconnection
of the first buckle part and the second buckle part; and

a buckle arm pivotally connected to a side of the frame, the buckle arm being provided with a pivotal end and an insertion
end, the buckle arm pivotally connected to the frame through the pivotal end to be able to rotate, an elastic insertion plate
being formed on the insertion end and selectively connected to the the cover plate by blocking with the buckle trough.

US Pat. No. 9,363,921

FIXING MEMBER OF RACK SERVER

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A fixing member (100) of a rack server used with a rack (400) provided with a plurality of rack fixing hole (410), the fixing member (100) comprising:
a chassis slide assembly (200);

a main body (102) disposed on an end of the chassis slide assembly (200), one side of the main body (102) being connected to a first positioning element (104), another side of the main body (102) being connected to a second positioning element (106), wherein the second positioning element (106) is disposed corresponding to the first positioning element (104); and

a fixing column (110) disposed on the main body (102) and one end thereof being fixed onto the chassis slide assembly (200), the main body (102) being able to rotate along the fixing column (110) as an axis to switch a relative position of the first positioning element (104) and the second positioning element (106), wherein the first positioning element (104) and the second positioning element (106) have different shape,

wherein the first positioning element (104) further comprises a buckling element (140) and a through hole (130), the through hole (130) penetrates the first positioning element (104), and one end of the buckling element (140) movably protrudes the through hole (130);

wherein two ends of the buckling element (140) further include a protruding part (142) respectively, two limit slots (132) are formed on the first positioning element (104) corresponding to two protruding parts (142), the two protruding parts (142) restrict movement of the buckling element (140) in the two limit slots (132).

US Pat. No. 9,497,879

SURROUNDING-BUCKLE TYPE MOBILE HARD DRIVE RACK

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A surrounding-buckle type mobile hard drive rack for accommodating a hard drive, comprising:
a frame including a plurality of plates, an accommodating space and at least one insertion opening being surrounded by the
plurality of plates, the plurality of plates including a bottom plate and a cover plate disposed on opposite sides of the
accommodating space, and a supporting plate connecting the bottom plate and the cover plate;

an actuator assembly disposed on the cover plate, the actuator assembly including an elastic element and a latch arm being
able to swing back-and-forth through the elastic element; a first buckle part being formed at one end of the latch arm;

a buckle arm pivotally connected to a side of the frame, the buckle arm being provided with a pivotal end and a hooking end,
the buckle arm pivotally connected to the bottom plate through the pivotal end to be able to rotate, a second buckle part
being formed on the hooking end and selectively connected to the cover plate by buckling with the first buckle part; and

a pulling handle and a moving key, the pulling handle pivotally connected to an end of the cover plate, the pulling handle
being provided with a convex hook, the moving key movably connected to the cover plate and being formed with a concave trough
on a side facing the pulling handle, the pulling handle covering the cover plate on a side away from the accommodating space
by buckling the convex hook and the concave trough.

US Pat. No. 9,699,931

SERVER CHASSIS

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server chassis comprising:
a first tray;
a second tray pivoted with the first tray;
a position latch fixed on the first tray and movable accompany with the first tray, a protrusion and a first engaging structure
being formed at an edge of the position latch; and

a position cam pivoted on the second tray, an actuating nose and a second engaging structure being formed at an edge of the
position cam, the actuating nose being located in a moving route of the protrusion, and the second engaging structure and
the first engaging structure being contour matched with each other.

US Pat. No. 9,166,316

DATA STORAGE CONNECTING DEVICE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A data storage connecting device, comprising:
a circuit board (11), having a first connecting end (111) and a second connecting end (112);

a first connector (12), disposed on the first connecting end (111);

a second connector (13), disposed on the first connecting end (111), and the first connector (12) and the second connector (13) being respectively disposed at two sides of a longitudinal axis (L) of the circuit board (11) and arranged along a transversal axis, a location of the second connector's connection with a data storage device, with
respect to the transversal axis, being opposite to that of the first connector's connection with another data storage device;
and

a third connector (14) comprising a first storing unit pin set (142) and a second storing unit pin set (143), disposed on the second connecting end (112) for transmitting data from two data storage devices connected to the first connector (12) and the second connector (13), respectively, via the circuit board (11) to a server device, or transmitting data from the server device to the two data storage devices connected to the first connector
(12) and the second connector (13), respectively.

US Pat. No. 9,468,127

SERVER CHASSIS CAPABLE OF ACCESSING AND ROTATING STORAGE DEVICES ACCOMMODATED THEREIN

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server chassis having rotatable accessing storage devices accommodated therein, comprising:
a casing comprising an accommodating space, and a bottom surface of the casing being substantially disposed in a horizontal
manner;

a motherboard substantially disposed in the accommodating space in a horizontal manner and substantially parallel to the bottom
surface;

a power supply module substantially disposed in the accommodating space in a horizontal manner and arranged on a front side
of the motherboard, and the power supply module electrically connected to the motherboard;

a bottom plate substantially disposed in the accommodating space in a horizontal manner and fixed to the bottom surface;
a rotatable rack rotatable with respect to the bottom plate, two support gussets being disposed on two ends of the rotatable
rack, respectively, the rotatable rack having a plurality of sliding tracks, and a plurality of insertion spaces being provided
to accommodate multiple storage devices, wherein the plurality of insertion spaces are disposed side by side between the two
support gussets, and the insertion spaces are separated and defined by the plurality of sliding tracks;

a fan module disposed in the accommodating space and electrically connected to the motherboard, the fan module disposed between
the rotatable rack and the motherboard, and having opposite air flow openings facing the rotatable rack and the motherboard,
respectively; and

an electronic device disposed in the accommodating space and electrically connected to the motherboard, the electronic device
disposed between the motherboard and the rotatable rack, and adjacent to the fan module, a cord passage being provided between
the electronic device and the fan module;

wherein the storage devices disposed in the rotatable rack are electrically connected to the motherboard via the cord passage.

US Pat. No. 9,245,587

SERVER DEVICE AND DATA STORAGE DEVICE REPLACEMENT MECHANISM THEREOF

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server device comprising:
a case;
at least a backplane board mounted inside the case;
a plurality of data storage device replacement mechanisms inserted inside the case, the data storage device replacement mechanism
including:

a tray having an accommodation space;
a connector assembly disposed inside the accommodation space and separating the accommodation space into a first arrangement
area and a second arrangement area, the connector assembly including a first connector disposed toward the first arrangement
area and a second connector disposed toward the second arrangement area so that an opening direction of the first connector
is opposite to that of the second connector, the second connector being adjacent to the first connector and misaligning to
the first connector so that the first connector and the second connector are disposed between the first arrangement area and
the second arrangement area; and

a single circuit board installed inside the second arrangement area and electrically connected to the first connector, the
second connector and the backplane board, wherein the first connector and the second connector are disposed on a top surface
of the circuit board;

a plurality of first data storage devices, the first data storage device being arranged inside the first arrangement area
and electrically connected to the first connector; and

a plurality of second data storage devices, the second data storage device being arranged inside the second arrangement area
and electrically connected to the second connector;

wherein there are two backplane boards mounted inside the case, the storage device replacement mechanisms can be inserted
from two opposite sides of the case, a third connector disposed on the top surface of the circuit board and inside the second
arrangement area is electrically connected to a mother board by being electrically connected to the circuit board, the backplane
board, and an electrical connection component, and each of the two backplane boards is located between the mother board and
the data storage device replacement mechanisms;

wherein each of the two backplane boards includes a connection board and a control board, the third connector is electrically
connected to the connection board, and the control board is electrically connected to the mother board and the connection
board;

wherein the first connector and the second connector are respectively disposed at two sides of a longitudinal axis (L) of
the circuit board and arranged along a transversal axis, a location of the second connector's connection with the second data
storage devices, with respect to the transversal axis, is opposite to that of the first connector's connection with the first
data storage device; and

since the first data storage device is electrically connected to the circuit board via the first connector, and the second
data storage device is electrically connected to the circuit board via the second connector, signal data in the first connector
and the second connector can be transmitted to the circuit board via the first connector and the second connector, respectively,
and transmitted to the backplane board via the third connector.

US Pat. No. 9,119,315

SERVER WITH OPENINGS ON TWO LATERAL SIDES

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server with openings on two lateral sides, comprising:
a case having a bottom plate and two side plates extending perpendicularly from sides of the bottom plate, the bottom plate
and two side plates arranged to define an accommodating space;

a partition plate disposed uprightly between the two side plates and separating the accommodating space into two tray receiving
spaces in parallel, each of the tray receiving spaces of the case having a plurality of rails, one end of the tray receiving
space of the case defining a first opening and the other end of the case defining a second opening, the first opening and
the second opening being fully opened openings;

a plurality of power sockets disposed at the second opening, each power socket located at a same position in the tray receiving
space correspondingly; and

at least one storage unit including a tray, a mother board disposed on the tray, a storage component electrically connected
with the mother board, the tray provided with a locking structure inserted to the tray receiving space from the first opening
and disposed extending to the opposite second opening along the rails, the storage unit electrically connected with the power
socket correspondingly and fixed in the tray receiving space through the locking structure,

wherein the locking structure is provided in a side of the tray, the locking structure has at least one first positioning
slot, and a pull plate is retainable in the first positioning slot,

wherein the first positioning slot is located on the side plate and the pull plate is provided on an inner wall of the tray,
wherein the pull plate includes a positioning sheet, a flexible pull-ring connecting with the positioning sheet, a pivot passing
through the positioning sheet and a pillar fixed on the positioning sheet, and the pivot is combined in a lateral wall of
the tray,

wherein a lateral wall of the tray is provided with a trough, the pillar passes through the trough and moves in the first
positioning slot, and

wherein the first positioning slot includes a first buckling hole and a first sliding slot connecting to the first buckling
hole, the pillar is movable in the first sliding slot and positioned in the first buckling hole.

US Pat. No. 9,360,902

LOADING MECHANISM OF STORAGE DEVICE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A loading mechanism of storage device used for accommodating a hard drive, comprising:
a loading body, including a loading base, a first supporting arm extending from one end of the loading base, and an assembling
part provided on the loading base; and

a second supporting arm laterally and slidably connected to another end of the loading base, and disposed correspondingly
to the first supporting arm; one end of the second supporting arm including a stand disposed on the loading base and a sliding
member disposed on the stand; the sliding member having an elastic engaging part being able to detachably connect to the assembling
part.

US Pat. No. 9,317,078

STORAGE DEVICE BACKPLANE WITH PENETRATING CONVECTION AND COMPUTER FRAMEWORK

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A storage device backplane for electrically connecting between a motherboard and a storage device group of a server, comprising:
an integration board, having a first surface for electrically connecting the storage device group;
an operation board, superposed on and electrically connected to a second surface of the integration board, provided that the
operation board comprises an electronic heating active element (EHAE) and an airflow hole set around the EHAE; and

a heat dissipation unit, comprising a heat absorb portion and multiple fins set on the heat absorb portion, wherein the heat
absorb portion makes a thermal contact with the EHAE, the fins laterally extend to cover the airflow hole, and airflow passages
formed between the fins corresponding to the airflow hole,

wherein the integration board comprises a plurality of vents set corresponding to the airflow hole and the airflow passages.

US Pat. No. 9,167,725

BACKPLANE STRUCTURE AND SERVER SYSTEM UTILIZING THE SAME

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A backplane structure, utilized for controlling and managing a hard disk module in a server system, comprising:
a first wiring board, having a first surface and a second surface, comprising a plurality of air vents and a plurality of
passive components, wherein the first surface includes at least one connector; and

a second wiring board, connected to a bottom portion of the first wiring board through the connector, having a third surface
and a fourth surface, and comprising a plurality of active components,

wherein the second surface is opposed to the third surface at a first angle.

US Pat. No. 9,626,326

DATA STORAGE EXPANDING APPARATUS

Super Micro Computer Inc....

1. A data storage expanding apparatus electrically coupled to a terminal equipment and a plurality of data storage groups,
each data storage group comprising a plurality of data storage devices, the data storage expanding apparatus configured to
transmit an operating data signal between the terminal equipment and a particular data storage device, the data storage expanding
apparatus comprising:
a data storage expanding module, electrically coupled to the terminal equipment, for hosting or controlling communication
between the terminal equipment and the data storage devices; and

a plurality of signal expanding modules, for facilitating the communication between the data storage expanding module and
the data storage devices, electrically coupled in series, and to the data storage groups, respectively; and one of the signal
expanding modules electrically coupled to the data storage expanding module;

wherein the operating data signal is transmitted to the signal expanding module via the data storage expanding module electrically
connected to the signal expanding module, and then transmitted to particular data storage device via the signal expanding
module;

wherein each signal expanding module comprises a master signal expanding component and a plurality of slave signal expanding
components; the slave signal expanding components are coupled to the master signal expanding component and the data storage
devices for facilitating and transmitting the operating data signal between the master signal expanding component and the
data storage devices; and

wherein the master signal expanding components are electrically connected in series, and only one of the master signal expanding
components is coupled to the data storage expanding module and the slave signal expanding components, for gathering and transmitting
the operating data signal between the data storage expanding module, the slave signal expanding components, and the other
master signal expanding components.

US Pat. No. 9,795,050

SERVER CAPABLE OF ACCESSING AND ROTATING STORAGE DEVICES ACCOMMODATED THEREIN

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server capable of rotating and accessing storage devices accommodated therein, comprising:
a server chassis including two side plates and an accommodating space between the two side plates;
a motherboard disposed in the accommodating space;
a power supply module disposed in the accommodating space and arranged corresponding to the motherboard, the power supply
module being electrically connected to the motherboard;

two racks arranged parallel to each other and detachably connected to the server chassis, each of the racks including a plurality
of insertion spaces, the storage devices being vertically accommodated in the insertion spaces respectively, a pivot structure
being disposed at one side of the rack near the motherboard; and

a system cooling module disposed in the accommodating space and electrically connected to the motherboard, the system cooling
module being disposed adjacent to one side of the rack, wherein a first cord passage is provided between the rack and each
of the side plates, a second cord passage is provided between the system cooling module and each of the side plates, and the
storage devices disposed in the racks are electrically connected to the motherboard via the first cord passage and the second
cord passage,

wherein the racks are a first supporting body and a second supporting body, the second supporting body is disposed between
the first supporting body and the system cooling module, the pivot structure is separated from the second supporting body
and disposed on a bottom plate of the server chassis, and a handle is disposed on a supporting plate of the second supporting
body.

US Pat. No. 9,814,158

SERVER CHASSIS RAIL

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server chassis rail, comprising:
a guide plate, the guide plate being of a strip shape, two sides of the guide plate being disposed with two troughs arranged
opposite to each other in parallel and spaced apart relationship, and

a plurality of slide sleeves, the slide sleeves consisting of plastic, the slide sleeves being disposed in the two opposing
troughs, each of the slide sleeves protruding from an inner surface of the corresponding trough,

wherein each of the slide sleeves forms a recess portion, and each of the recess portions is attached to the inner surface
of the corresponding trough;

wherein each of the slide sleeves includes a positioning plate extending from the recess portion, and each of the positioning
plate is attached to the guide plate.

US Pat. No. 9,625,959

TOP-LOAD HDD SERVER

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A top-load HDD server for accommodating a plurality of hard disks and power supplies, the top-load HDD server comprising:
a case comprising a plurality of support plates and a plurality of partition plates, a containing space being defined by the
support plates, the partition plates being arranged in the containing space and dividing the containing space into a plurality
of hard disk chambers and a system chamber, the case comprising a bottom at a bottom surface of the containing space and a
top corresponding to the bottom, and the hard disks being inserted into the hard disk chambers through the top of the case;

a mother board arranged at a bottom of the system chamber for electrically connecting with the hard disks; and
a power supply frame comprising a power control board combined on the partition plate and a power carrier for carrying the
power supply, the power control board being electrically connected with the mother board, the power carrier comprising a movable
frame and a fixed frame, the movable frame being arranged above the mother board, the movable frame being combined on the
power control board and removable, the fixed frame being fixed on the case, and the power supply being inserted into the fix
frame and through the movable frame to electrically connected to the power control board.

US Pat. No. 9,801,299

SERVER DISK DRIVE HOLDER ASSEMBLY

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server disk drive holder assembly, comprising:
an outer tray, the outer tray including a locking hole;
an inner tray, the inner tray overlapping on the outer tray, the inner tray being movable with respect to the outer tray,
the inner tray including a fastening hole; and

a latch arm, the latch arm being pivotally disposed on an outer side of the outer tray, the latch arm including a hook portion,
wherein when the locking hole is aligned with the fastening hole, the hook portion is inserted through the locking hole to
be engaged with the fastening hole,

wherein a middle section of the latch arm is pivotally connected to the outer tray, the hook portion is at one end of the
latch arm, and a flexible restoring element is connected between the other end of the latch arm and the outer tray to push
the hook portion to the outer tray.

US Pat. No. 9,725,933

HANDLE STRUCTURE AND SERVER USING THE SAME

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A handle structure, comprising:
a shell, provided with an aperture;
a rotatable handle, one end of the handle pivoting on the shell, the handle comprising a pressing portion;
a barrier plate; and
a sliding member corresponding to the handle and installed in the shell, the sliding member comprising a sliding body, and
a hooking portion, the sliding body being formed with two elongated holes, wherein the barrier plate and the hooking portion
are disposed on opposite sides of the sliding body, wherein two positioning members penetrate through the two elongated holes
respectively and are fixed to the shell, so as to keep the sliding body in close contact with the shell;

wherein the hooking portion penetrates through the aperture, and a pressing area, integrally extending from the sliding body,
is pressed by the pressing portion when the handle is rotated so as to move the hooking portion from a first position to a
second position,

wherein an extension block further extends from the pressing area and has a through hole formed therein, and a locking unit
penetrates through the through hole such that the locking unit is connected to a connecting member by a positioning member;

wherein a positioning groove is formed on the handle, the locking unit is rotatable relative to the extension block by actuation
by a user, the connecting member rotates along with the locking unit and is selectably positioned inside the positioning groove
so as to prevent rotation of the handle relative to the shell.

US Pat. No. 9,854,696

SERVER HAVING LIGHT-EMITTING COVER

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server having a light-emitting cover, comprising:
a frame, the frame including an opening and at least one recess adjacent to the opening, the recess including an electrical
contact inside;

a cover assembly, the cover assembly including a cover plate and a light-emitting module fixed to the cover plate, the cover
plate covering the opening; and

at least one pogo pin connector installed on the cover plate and electrically connected to the light-emitting module, the
pogo pin connector being detachably engaged in the recess and being in contact with the electrical contact.

US Pat. No. 9,967,996

SERVER CHASSIS

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server chassis, comprising:a tray, the tray including a bottom plate, two opposite side walls extending from an edge of the bottom plate, a sliding latch being protrudingly disposed at an outer side of each of the side walls;
two inner rails, each of the two inner rails being disposed at the outer side of the corresponding one of the two side walls, each of the inner rails including a through slot corresponding to the sliding latch, the through slot extending longitudinally along the inner rail, the sliding latch being inserted in the through slot to be movable along the through slot; and
two outer rails, the two outer rails receiving the two inner rails respectively, each of the inner rails being movable outwardly from one end of the corresponding outer rail,
wherein a block flexible arm is disposed on the outer side of at least one of the side walls.

US Pat. No. 10,111,358

SERVER DEVICE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server device, comprising:a chassis;
a rail assembly fixed inside the chassis, the rail assembly including a lateral board and a flange, the lateral board being arranged vertically, the flange protruding from one side of the lateral board, the flange being arranged horizontally and extending horizontally in a long strip shape, the rail assembly including a positioning flexible arm, the positioning flexible arm and the flange protruding from the same side of the lateral board; and
a server, the server being loaded on the flange and slidable along the flange, the server including a front portion and a rear portion opposite to the front portion, wherein when the server is completely received in the chassis, the front portion is fixed to one end of the rail assembly, and the positioning flexible arm is engaged with an outer surface of the rear portion,
wherein the rail assembly includes an extension board slidably connected to the lateral board;
wherein the extension board is connected to the lateral board in an overlapping manner, one end of the lateral board is fixed to the chassis, and one end of the extension board is fixed to the chassis;
wherein a slide groove is formed on the lateral board, and the extension board is disposed with a limiting pin correspondingly inserted in the slide groove;
wherein the limiting pin is screw-connected to the extension board to compress and fix the lateral board to the extension board.

US Pat. No. 9,967,997

SERVER EQUIPMENT HAVING FOOL-PROOF STRUCTURE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. Server equipment having a fool-proof structure, comprising:a casing including a storage unit area, a plurality of motherboard areas, a back plate separating the storage unit area from the motherboard areas, at least one insertion slot connected to the back plate, and a fool-proof device disposed adjacent to the insertion slot, wherein an engagement member at a first height or an engagement member at a second height is selectively disposed in the fool-proof device; and
at least one tray including a motherboard, a connection card connected to the motherboard and disposed corresponding to the insertion slot, and a protection housing disposed corresponding to the connection card, wherein the tray is slidable in any corresponding motherboard area; when the protection housing is in contact with the engagement member at the first height, the connection card is correspondingly inserted into the insertion slot; and when the protection housing is in contact with the engagement member at the second height, the connection card is spaced from the insertion slot by a distance.

US Pat. No. 10,015,892

DISK DRIVE HOLDING MECHANISM AND SERVER USING THE SAME

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A mechanism, comprising:a holding frame, the holding frame holding a storage device, the holding frame including a bottom plate and including a first side plate and a second side plate connected to the bottom plate at two opposite sides thereof; and
a detaching mechanism assembled to one side of the first side plate, the detaching mechanism including a push rod and a latch structure for fastening the push rod, the push rod being fastened to the latch structure in a fastened position and configured to, when the latch structure releases the push rod, slide from the fastened position to a detached position where the push rod is detached from the latch structure, wherein when the push rod is in the fastened position, one end of the push rod is flush with one side of the holding frame.

US Pat. No. 10,056,118

CARRYING APPARATUS USED FOR MEMORY STORAGE UNIT

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A carrying apparatus used for clamping side edges of a memory storage unit, comprising:a base part disposed corresponding to a first side edge of the memory storage unit and having a fixed end and a pivot end;
a fixed arm extending from the fixed end of the base part; and
a holding arm pivoted on the pivot end of the base part and spaced with the fixed arm,
wherein the base part is provided with a working space in which an elastic element is disposed, wherein the holding arm is provided with a stop end extending into the working space, wherein the elastic element exerts a force on the stop end such that the holding arm moves toward and clamps a third side edge of the memory storage unit, and
wherein a fastener is pivoted on the holding arm for fastening the holding arm to the base part, wherein the fastener has a swing arm and a clamping portion extending from the swing arm, wherein a slot is disposed on the base part such that the clamping portion is snapped into the slot.

US Pat. No. 9,928,882

SCREW-FREE REMOVABLE HARD DISK CASE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. An apparatus, comprising:a carrier, including a bottom plate, a first lateral plate and a second lateral plate connected to the bottom plate, wherein an accommodation space is defined by the bottom plate, the first lateral plate and the second lateral plate, the first lateral plate is formed with at least one elastic arm, and the elastic arm is disposed with at least one insertion pin corresponding to the lock hole;
a slide rail, disposed at an outer side of the first lateral plate, wherein the slide rail is formed with a slide through groove corresponding to the elastic arm; and
at least one slide sheet, combined between the slide rail and the first lateral plate with a sliding means and exposed in the slide through groove, wherein the insertion pin is configured to be inserted in the lock hole by being pressed by the slide sheet, and the apparatus is configured to accommodate a hard disk having at least one lock hole in the accommodation space by mutually buckling the insertion pin and the lock hole,
wherein a guide groove is formed on the slide rail adjacent to the slide through groove, and
wherein a protrusion is formed on the at least one slide sheet and is slidably disposed in the guide groove.

US Pat. No. 10,082,844

SLIM TYPE OF SCREWLESS REMOVABLE HARD DRIVE TRAY

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A slim type of screwless removable hard drive tray for combining a hard drive with at least one fastening hole, including:a seat including a bottom plate, a first side plate and a second side plate connecting with the bottom plate; the bottom plate, the first side plate and the second side plate being enclosed for forming an accommodating space, and the hard drive being disposed in the accommodating space; the first side plate having at least one through hole;
a coupling plate disposed at an outer side of the first side plate and having at least one hollow slot located corresponding with the through hole; and
at least one coupling arm having a pivot end and a free end oppositely; the pivot end being pivoted in the hollow slot, and the free end having a latch; the free end being capable of rotating to the hollow slot and passing the through hole, and thus the hard drive being engaged in the accommodating space by an engagement of the latch and the fastening hole,
wherein each of two opposite walls of the hollow slot has a recess and each of two opposite sides of the coupling arm has a bump that is positioned at one of the two recesses when the free end is rotated to the hollow slot.

US Pat. No. 10,212,841

CABINET HOLDING STRUCTURES FOR SERVER

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. An apparatus, comprising:a cabinet having an accommodating space, and a plurality of frames provided in the accommodating space and disposed at interval;
a pair of slide rails configured on the frames correspondingly; each slide rail having a first side facing the other slide rail and a second side being opposite to the first side, and each slide rail having a trough at an end thereof;
a pair of supporting components disposed corresponding to the pair of slide rails and assembled on ends of the pair of slide rails separately; each of the supporting components comprising a positioning plate, a screw nut, a supporting plate, a stud and a screw bolt disposed on the supporting plate; the positioning plate having a through hole and being placed on the first side of the slide rail, and the supporting plate being plated on the second side of the slide rail; the stud passing through the trough from the second side of the slide rail and protruding the first side; the screw bolt passing through the trough and the through hole to be fixed by the screw nut; and
a chassis including a shell and a pair of notches located on an end of the shell, and the end of the shell being positioned between the pair of the slide rails through the pair of the notches and the stud buckled together.

US Pat. No. 10,264,694

FASTENING DEVICE FOR STACKING EXPANSION CARDS

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A fastening device for stacking expansion cards, for fastening at least one expansion card to a circuit board, at least one connector being disposed on the circuit board, one end of the expansion card being inserted into the connector, the fastening device comprising:a fastener including a body, the body including a top portion and a bottom portion opposite to each other, a fastening hole being formed on the top portion along an axial direction of the body, a plurality of claws being extended from the bottom portion;
a clamping member, the clamping member including a clamping base, a pin connected to the clamping base, a resilient element in the clamping base, and a push plate driven by the resilient element to move on the clamping base, one end of the pin protruding from the clamping base to be inserted into the fastening hole; and
a connection band, the connection band being bendable, one end of the connection band being connected to the fastener, the other end of the connection band being connected to the clamping member.

US Pat. No. 10,331,181

EXPANSION CARD HOLDER

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. An expansion card holder for fixing an expansion card on a circuit board, a connector being arranged on the circuit board, an end of the expansion card being coupled with the connector, the expansion card holder comprising:a carrier plate fixed on the circuit board, a plurality of position holes arranged in a row being defined on the carrier plate;
a positioning buckle inserted in any one of the position holes and engaged with the circuit board; and
a pressing block inserted in another one of the position holes and engaged with the expansion card.

US Pat. No. 10,317,949

SERVER HAVING REMOVABLE STORAGE STRUCTURE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server having a removable storage structure, comprising:a housing, the housing including a bottom plate and including a first plate and a second plate spaced apart from each other on the bottom plate, the first plate including a guiding slot;
a storage case disposed on the bottom plate, the storage case being disposed between the first plate and the second plate, the storage case including a support plate on which a motherboard is disposed and including a partition plate and a heat dissipating plate disposed around the support plate, the partition plate being in contact with the first plate, the partition plate including a sliding slot disposed corresponding to the guiding slot, the heat dissipating plate being disposed between the second plate and the partition plate; and
a handle structure, the handle structure including a first arm, a second arm, a handle connected to the first arm and the second arm, and a slide pin, the first arm being pivotally connected to the partition plate and including a through hole, the second arm being pivotally connected to the second plate, the slide pin being inserted in the sliding slot and the guiding slot via the through hole, wherein when the handle being rotated with respect to the heat dissipating plate by using the first arm and the second arm, the slide pin is moved in the sliding slot and guided by the guiding slot, thereby driving the partition plate to move in a direction away from the bottom plate.

US Pat. No. 10,261,554

DRAWER FOR RECEIVING STORAGE MODULE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A drawer for receiving a storage module, comprising:a case, an accommodating space being disposed inside the case for holding the storage module therein; and
a manual operating assembly, the manual operating assembly including a fastener fixed at one end of the case and including an operating handle rotatably and pivotally connected to the fastener, the fastener including two arms arranged corresponding to each other in a spaced-apart relationship and including a fastening hole penetrating the fastener, the operating handle including an elastic engagement element engaged between the two arms, the elastic engagement element including an extending bar and two claws connected to the extending bar, wherein when the elastic engagement element of the operating handle is inserted through the fastening hole of the fastener to cause the two arms to clamp the two claws, the elastic engagement element is deformed and fastened to the fastener to prevent the case from being removed from a computer chassis where the drawer is mounted inside.

US Pat. No. 10,342,156

SERVER WITH AIRFLOW GUIDING STRUCTURE

SUPER MICRO COMPUTER INC....

1. A server with an airflow guiding structure, comprising:a chassis, including a storage area, a computing area, and a fan module installed between the storage area and the computing area, and the storage area having a plurality of storage modules installed therein, and the computing area including the fan module and a motherboard electrically coupled to each storage module, wherein the fan module has an air inlet configured to be corresponsive to the storage area and an air outlet configured to be corresponsive to the computing area, and the fan module has an airflow guiding component with a plurality of airflow guiding ducts, and the airflow guiding component is configured to be corresponsive to the air inlet.