Given their recent acquisition by Toshiba, the tech world has been eager to see how OCZ will continue its presence in the SSD market. We stopped by their booth at CeBIT 2014 to see what they had on display and as far as we can tell, they’re still going very strong indeed and have a nice range of new products, some of which were released recently and others that have been tweaked and revised for 2014.
The Vertex 460 and the Vector 150 (pictured above) are both feature 19nm Toshiba NAND flash, SATA III and are designed to target everything from the desktop market to server applications.
The Deneva 2 products have been around a little while now, but their mixture of cost effectiveness and industry leading endurance and reliability make them a prime choice for enterprise storage environments such as cloud storage, web-serving and data warehousing. Not exactly the play thing of your average consumer, but there is no reason why you couldn’t enjoy the 64GB – 512GB capacities if you’re interested in building a high end NAS or rendering rig.
The Intrepid 3000 SATA III series continues their range for data center solutions.
Then we have the ZD-XL SQL Accelerator integrated flash and hardware solution, ideal for boosting the performance of existing SQL Server deployments and it comes in capacities of up to 1.6TB.
The Z-Drive 4500 is OCZ’s fastest and most robust PCIe SSD ever thanks to new Toshiba flash which can boost performance via OCZ WXL software and flash virtualization.
That’s all from the OCZ booth today, but we’ll be back very shortly with even more coverage from this weeks CeBIT 2014 here in Hanover.