It's just a rumor, but so was the Radeon memory at one point.
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OCZ is re-launching its flagship consumer SSD as the Vector 150. Armed with 19 nm Toggle-mode flash and new encryption functionality, this new drive is purported to be the pinnacle of of enthusiast-class solid-state storage. Does it live up to the hype?
OCZ is shaking up its current product stack by replacing the year-old Vertex 4 SSD. The Vertex 450 matches Barefoot 3 controller silicon with 20 nm synchronous NAND for something slightly more economical than the company's current flagship, the Vector.
OCZ is reportedly working on a refresh of its 20 nm SSD that includes a new Barefoot 3-based controller.
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The VXL 1.3 will deliver automatic cache and data mirroring enhancements that enable 'SAN-less' virtualised services.
Products on display include next-generation PCIe SSDs, the ZD-XL SQL Accelerator, VXL 1.3 Virtualization Software and others.
OCZ has shared that in the future is still planning on using SSD controllers manufactured by its competitors.
After launching the Vector SSD series in November, OCZ is luring customers with free copies of Far Cry 3.