Monthly Archive: October 2012

OCZ Technology: From SSDs to Layoffs

OCZ Technology Group Fades To Black San Jose, California-based OCZ Technology Group, Inc. Begins Layoffs As NASDAQ:OCZ Value Plummets Once upon a time between 2004-2006, OCZ was a well-known manufacturer of high-end memory components and power supply units that sold under the motto “Founded by Enthusiasts, for Enthusiasts”. During the peak economy in 2007, OCZ …

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High-Capacity SSDs Finally Match Price per-GB of Smaller SSDs

High-Capacity SSDs Finally Match the per-GB Prices of Smaller SSDs By Louis Ramirez, dealnews Senior Feature Writer When it comes to laptops, few upgrades offer as big a performance boost as a solid state drive. And although they’re still costlier than traditional drives, SSDs are no longer coveted by just the tech elite; they’re now …

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Where Did The Internet Go?

Where Did The Internet Go? By: Michael Price, Coalition for a Connected West The Internet has changed our lives forever. This was proven recently when Go Daddy email servers and websites temporarily shut down.  To fully appreciate our reliance on the Internet, ask yourself, what happens in an Internet minute? Researchers at Intel took on that question and the answers are mind-boggling. Every minute on …

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