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SSD Manufacturer OCZ Preparing For Bankruptcy

"OCZ, a manufacturer of solid-state drives, says it will file for bankruptcy. This move is being forced by Hercules Technology Growth Capital, which had lent $30 million to OCZ under terms that were later breached.

OCZ officially launches Octane SSDs

"OCZ has finally unveiled its first solid state drives based on the Indilinx Everest platform, the Octane series SSDs. The new Octane Series will include Octane, SATA 6.0Gbps, and Octane-S2, SATA 3.0Gbps, 2.5-inch SSDs. Previously announced back in July, the Indilinx Everest platform packs a controller with dual-core ARM CPU and features support for TLC NAND, support for 1xnm node NAND flash, support for up 512MB of 400MHz DDR3 DRAM cache and high sequential speeds and high transactional perfromance optimized for 4K to 16K compressed files..."

RevoDrive Hybrid combines SSD, HDD on a single PCIe card

"Computex — With OCZ now out of the memory business, we weren't surprised to see the company's Computex showcase dominated by solid-state drives. However, we didn't expect to see a mechanical hard drive included in the mix. The 2.5" drive isn't made by OCZ, but it does ride shotgun on a new PCI Express x4 card dubbed the RevoDrive Hybrid."

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OCZ intros the $99 32GB Onyx SSD

Taking on Kingston's 30GB SSDNow (which is actually an Intel SSD), OCZ has developed and now announced the Onyx series 32GB solid state drive equipped with the Indilinx Amigos controller. This new and affordable 2.5-inch SSD features MLC (multi-level cell) NAND Flash memory chips, a SATA 3.0 Gbps interface, 64MB of cache, TRIM support, a MTBF of 1.5 million hours and maximum read and write speeds of 125 MB/s and 70 MB/s, respectively.

OCZ still working on its Z-Drive series

Cebit 2010: Z-Drive p88 up to 2TB at 1.3GB/s

In addition to the bunch of new solid state solutions, OCZ hasn't forgotten its Z-Drive as well. The new Z-Drive p88 is based on a similar idea like the previous generation and still uses the same PCIe x8 interface, but this time OCZ made it modular.

The new Z-Drive p88 has a total of four SO-DIMM slots that can house from 512GB all the way up to 2TB of capacity, solely depending on your need.

OCZ officially announces its Z-Drive

Although, the original Z-Drive has already been announced, it never made it to the retail/e-tail channel, but it looks like the new, redesigned Z-Drive might have more luck. If you missed it for the first time, the Z-Drive is OCZ's PCI-Express RAID based solid state drive that has impressive read and write speeds of up to 800 and 750MB/s.

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