April 01, 2015
Miss the launch of Intrepid 3700 last month? This newsletter features a recap of our newest enterprise SSD series and our latest customer solution briefs.
February 01, 2015
Check out what you may have missed last month in this edition of the OCZ Enterprise Newsletter, including the OCZ & Storage Swiss "Hyper-scale Nightmare" webinar and two new solution briefs focused on data and productivity optimization.
December 01, 2014
Meet our newest addition to OCZ’s leading enterprise portfolio, Saber 1000, the smarter solution for read-intensive enterprise applications. Saber 1000 was specifically developed to provide a cost-effective entry point for hyperscale data centers.
October 30, 2014
In it's first independent media review, Intrepid 3000 (3600 model) delivers. The editor's put it through the rigorous test bed and found it an ideal solution for server and database environments.
September 30, 2014
OCZ unveiled the next generation Z-Drive 6000, a native PCIe 3.0 NVMe 1.1 solution in an easy-to-deploy 2.5-inch form factor that delivers extremely high performance, featuring the hot pluggable SFF-8639 connector that enables superior deployment-efficiency and serviceability.
August 31, 2014
Covering both our Intrepid 3000 SATA and ZD-Drive 4500 PCI products, there’s always a solution to make a better, faster database or virtualized environment.
July 21, 2014
An eventful week for OCZ at Microsoft’s Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC), where OCZ officially released its latest ZD-XL SQL Accelerator 1.5.
May 28, 2014
The TechEd NA 2014 conference was abuzz with new innovations, including a technology demonstration teaming up OCZ with Panorama Software
April 30, 2014
Deploy the plug-and-play ZD-XL SQL Accelerator 1.5 solution and reduce Microsoft® SQL Server bottlenecks for good.
March 13, 2014
Because your enterprise is more than just the hardware. Combining an enterprise PCIe SSD with OCZ’s WXL software for Windows Server applications, the Z-Drive 4500 is in a ‘flash’ by itself for today’s data centers by decreasing Op-Ex and maximizing TCO.