CES 2011: OCZ Launches New SSDs

Posted: Jan 6 2011, 8:46am CST | by , in News | CES

CES 2011: OCZ Launches New SSDs
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SSD offerings are crazy fast

OCZ has announced that it has launched new SSDs at CES today. The new SSDs are aimed at the professional, enterprise, and consumer users. The new SSDs include the SATA 6Gbps MLC NAND Vertex 3 Pro SSD with SandForce controller tech and performance of 80,000 IOPS and 550Mb/s transfer rates.

OCZ is also unveiling the new Z-Drive R3 PCI-E SSD with a SandForce processor aimed at Tier-0/1 data applications. The SSD promises 135,000 IOPS and over 1GB/s of bandwidth. The storage device offers up to 1.2TB of storage in a small footprint.

OCZ is also outing the IBIS XL that sees the new OCZ HSDL interface that was unveiled in Q4 2010. The new storage device has 4TB capacity and up to 1.8GB/s transfer speeds with 200,000 IOPS. SSDs aren’t all the company has at the show though; it also has power supplies and a lot more.

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