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Wednesday, November 17, 2010
OCZ Optimizes Vertex Plus and Colossus Plus Solid-State Drives


OCZ Technology upgraded its first generation Vertex and Colossus SSD Series. Called the Vertex Plus and Colossus Plus, the new SATA II solutions continue to implement the Indilinx technology while delivering significantly improved performance at their affordable price points.

"The original Vertex and Colossus series of Solid State Drives set the benchmark for performance and reliability, and quickly became top-selling solutions for customers seeking all the benefits of SSD technology over traditional rotational media both in mobile and desktop computing," said Ryan Petersen, CEO of OCZ Technology Group. "The new Vertex Plus and Colossus Plus further improve on already popular products by delivering higher performance with the latest NAND technology, and make SSDs even more accessible to customers with a lower cost per gigabyte."

In combination with the latest flash memory, the Vertex Plus and Colossus Plus are based on optimized firmware that boosts performance to new levels, according to the company. Additionally, thanks to cost effective NAND and controller technology, the Vertex Plus and Colossus Plus offer lower cost per gigabyte configurations.

Compared to its predecessor, Vertex Plus features higher sequential speeds along with improved 4KB random write IOPS, while offering high uncompressed data performance. The 2.5-inch Vertex Plus Series is available in 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB capacities.

Likewise, the Colossus Plus features an internal RAID-0 design with new Indilinx technology that offers high sequential speeds and over 20,000 4KB random write IOPS. The Colossus will be offered with up to a 1TB (1024GB) of capacity in a 3.5-inch form factor that easily integrates into desktop systems.


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