OCZ to show Off New Deneva SSD at Storage Visions Conference Running Alongside CES 2011
New SSD from OCZ
OCZ has been in the tech world for a long time now with RAM and other gear. The company has a full line of SSDs as well with many of the storage devices servicing all sorts of price ranges being offered. The company has announced that it will be at Storage Visions, which is a conference running alongside CES 2011 in Las Vegas, with a new SSD.
The new SSD is called the Deneva and it uses tech inside to provide reliability and cost savings that other SSDs aren't able to match. The SSD has performance of up to 50,000 IOPS and 285MB/s of bandwidth for demanding needs of consumers and businesses.
The SSD also supports encryption and ECC as well. More details will be offered at the show. “Storage Visions represents a great opportunity to meet face to face with customers and key partners within the fast evolving storage space,” said Alex Mei, CMO of OCZTechnology. “At the conference we will be displaying an array of our customizable Deneva enterprise solid state drive products as well as next generation PCIe solutions, and we look forward to exploring the latest storage technology and trends with attendees at this highly targeted event.”
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