Huawei has a very popular P-series that includes the flagship smartphones. Back in March, Huawei applied for trademarks named P10, P20, P30…to P100 for future use. These trademarks fall under international classification involving scientific instruments and transportation vehicles.
According to the Chinese Intellectual Authority, the P-series trademarks include P50, P60, P70, P80, P90, and P100 are in process of being reviewed for a rejection or have been completed the review of rejection. On the other hand, P10, P20, P30, and P40 trademark current status is changed to invalid.
To be mentioned, earlier, Huawei has already applied for two applications for the P100 trademark, which were rejected. Still, Huawei did not stop applying for the P100 and P-series trademarks.
The trademark applications usually require multiple steps such as initial review and registration, which are a relatively long time. For a long time, trademarks have sat alongside well-known brands, malicious squatting, and hoarding.
The legal protection of the trademark adopts the “first-to-file principle”, that is, in principle, the exclusive right to use the trademark is granted to the registrant who makes the first application so that the legally registered trademark can achieve a higher degree of legal protection.
Why is Huawei applying for such P-series trademarks?
It is believed that Huawei applied for multiple P-series trademarks in one go because the company was protecting the P-series high-end smartphones trademarks to prevent others from squatting.
Huawei Petal Search trademark got rejected:
Recently, Huawei’s other trademarks for Petal Search were also rejected by the China trademark office because contain the word “Petal”, which was also included in the cited trademarks. So, their use in the same services can easily cause confusion among the consumers.
Meanwhile, Huawei also failed to submit evidence that proves or differentiates these new trademarks from citied trademarks, and Petal Search trademarks again got rejected.
Huawei launches ‘Digital Bus’ project to level up education sector in Thailand
Huawei launched a new project entitled ‘Digital Bus’ to turn the education sector towards technology in Thailand. The company took this step to enhance the knowledge of digitalization and new techs among the Thailand citizens.
Purposely, the Chinese manufacturer aims to spread the digital as well as technical skills equally around the education centers. Consequently, this step will also add growth to the digital providence of the region. Huawei has launched the ‘Digital Bus’ Project at Singhapahu Prasanmit Aupatham education center in Thailand.
Huawei’s Contribution to Thailand
Huawei acknowledged the hard work and efforts of the Thailand authorities to elevate the technology development as well as a digital fund in the country. To help out, the company associated with its companion in the region to locate 20,000 5G stations.
As a result, in a short time, the 5G users crossed 4.2 million which is 2.6 times bigger in comparison to other ASEAN nations. However, challenges are part of a journey and so happened with Thailand. Lack of digital skills and talent lapse the country’s growth.
Hence, Huawei Technologies in Thailand decided to become an aid for the region to build their talent pool. Apart from the knowledge, the company provides excellent career opportunities to the Thai citizens and the learning generation as well.
Words of Huawei on the Project
The Board Director of Huawei Technologies in Thailand, Mr. Edison Xu, expressed his thoughts on the project:
Thailand is putting efforts into developing itself as a sustainable ASEAN digital hub. Thus this project could prove to be a benefit for the region.
Huawei added UEFI mirror memory function support to Linux AArch 64
Linux Kernel is the main component of the Linux operating system as well as the core interface between a system’s hardware and its processes. Since 2015, the Linux kernel has supported UEFI mirrored memory functionality of x86/x86-64.
In the latest edition, Huawei engineers developed and added the UEFI mirror memory function Linux AArch 64. Recently, Huawei engineer Wupeng Ma released the latest patches working on this UEFI mirror memory support for Linux AArch64 hardware.
The UEFI allows setting up address range-based partial memory mirroring that has been going around all the way back to the UEFI 2.5 spec. This UEFI memory mirroring can be used for redundancy and reliability purposes on the servers.
Following the platform settings, the servers can normally provide a full mirror up to 50% (reserved for mirroring) or partial mirroring usually 10~20%, if it is below or above 4GB or even be left up to the OS for determining the memory address ranges for mirroring.
However, AArch64 hardware meeting the UEFI spec can support it too, but the Linux kernel support on AArch64/ARM64 hadn’t been set up until now.
Linux kernel is a free, open-source, monolithic, modular, and Unix-like operating system kernel. The main component of the Linux operating system (OS) is Kernel and is the core interface between the computer’s hardware and its processes.
The Linux kernel is used by Linux distributions alongside GNU tools and libraries. This combination is sometimes referred to as GNU/Linux. For your information, the Popular Linux distributions platform are Ubuntu, Fedora, and Arch Linux.
Huawei Router AX6 with Wi-Fi 6+ and 7200 Mbps speed launched
Huawei Router AX6 has launched with dual-band Wi-Fi 6+ 7200Mbps, 8 signal amplifiers, which can easily cope with internet issues and enjoy a stable high-speed network while remaining connected to the internet.
According to the information, Huawei’s Wi-Fi 6+ has been fully upgraded with a fast 7200 Mbps network that makes it easy to download high-definition movies or large files and experience smoother 4K live broadcasts. Also, Huawei’s self-developed Al anti-jamming technology can intelligently avoid Wi-Fi co-channel interference, and the whole house can enjoy a stable high-speed network.
With the HarmonyOS interactive features, you can easily manage Internet devices by easy drag and drop. Further, the Huawei GameTurbo 2.0 technology intelligently identifies popular mobile games and joins the fast lane, reducing the delay and packet loss rate by 20%.
It provides a smooth gaming experience and supports the time and behavior management of children’s Internet devices, and can also block bad websites, effectively preventing children from being addicted to the Internet. Through the Huawei Smart Life App, you can easily grasp the network status of the whole family and can detect as well as solve network problems with a few taps.