OCZ has drafted a replacement CEO from its board of directors. Ralph Schmitt, who until yesterday was CEO of PLX Technologies, will lead the company starting today.
In a conference call early this morning Mr. Schmitt laid out his plans:
Our actions will be based on innovation, quality, and profitability. Our focus will be to further penetrate OEMs and the enterprise market.
He comes to OCZ with a very strong background, after having Continue reading “OCZ Drafts New CEO”
Intel has gotten into the fast-growing and lucrative market for PCIe SSDs. The company has announced a PCIe SSD, the 910, that provides the high performance you would expect of a PCIe drive with the quality guarantees that customers expect of Intel.
Who could blame them? Fusion-io has become a Wall Street darling for creating the PCIe SSD market, and still rides it to continually growing revenues. LSI is fascinated by the growth of its Warp Drive. Micron attained a significant design win at EMC, Texas Memory Systems (TMS) has had success in its own narrow markets, and Virident, OCZ, and STEC have also participated in the PCIe SSD’s market growth.
Intel’s 910 consists of four Hitachi SAS SSD Continue reading “Intel Jumps Into the PCIe SSD Market”