OCZ to Roll Out Vertex 4 and Other Solid State Drives at CeBIT
OCZ, if you recall, acquired Indilinx in 2011 for the bargain-basement price of $32 million, giving the company its own SSD controller chipset to tweak and play with. The Vertex 4 represents a departure from SandForce in the Vertex line as it ascents the performance oriented Everest 2 platform. Earlier reports suggest that Everest 2 will target read and write speeds of up to 550MB/s and 500MB/s, respectively.
That's for consumers. On the business side of things, OCZ plans to demonstrate a full-blown solution for enterprise customers that will consist of its Z-Driver R4 CloudServ PCI Express SSDs combined with a live demo of the SANRAD VXL Storage Accelerator software