OCZ at CeBIT 2011 1-5 March, Hall 17, D31 in Hanover OCZ Technology Group, a leading provider of high-performance solid-state-drives (SSDs) for computing devices and systems, has announced to focus on expanding its presence in the SSD market. At this year’s CeBIT in Hannover OCZ is its latest products and developments in Hall 17, stand D31. “The CeBIT offers an excellent opportunity to showcase of our new innovative solid state disks, which addressed, both consumer and corporate customers are.”, said Alex Mei, CMO of OCZ Technology Group. “Based on the innovative SATA 6Gbps technology is presented recently unveiled OCZ vertex series SSD 3 at CeBIT. The OCZ vertex offers industry-leading transmission speeds and superior data management for all file types and sizes. Another highlight is the presentation of customized solid state hard drives, including the Dale SATA and SAS-SSD Helios hard lines. Both Product lines offer solutions that are specifically tailored for their own applications to enterprise and OEM customers. In the enterprise segment OCZ PCI-Express SSD presents, including the innovative Z-drive R3 series, which eliminated the SATA bottleneck.
The sophisticated Z-drive R3 supports OCZs proprietary virtualized controller architecture, supported customers with robust features including TRIM and SMART monitoring and power management. Certainly, solid state hard drives suffering still under the enormous first – cost. So are the costs for an OCZ Vertex2 OCZSSD2-2VTXE120G 120 GB SSD at least at nearly 180,-euros. In comparison, the cheapest traditional 1 TB are hard disks, with Fero-magnetic technology at 49,-euros. Independent of this clear advantage of a SSD is lies in the fact that this technology is shock-resistant and therefore offered for use in mobile devices. Independently you should however always adhere in mind, that even an SSD does not protect against the need to always To make data backups. Solid state drives are not really reliable? Who leaves here, can face in the worst case in which the need for an expensive data recovery.