OCZ Technology Introduces New Capacities for Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SSD Lineup

Vertex-2 and Agility-2 OCZ Technology SSDsThe leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives and memory modules for computer systems and devices, OCZ Technology Group Inc., revealed new high-capacity Solid State Drives – The Vertex 2 and Agility 2 SATA II 2.5 SSDs. The award-winning family now includes models from 400 gigabytes and 480gigabytes, which makes the Vertex 2 and Agility 2 the excellent Solid-State Drive solution for consumers who do not want to be constrained by limitations by storage.

CEO of the OCZ Technology Group, Ryan Petersen, stated that Solid State Drives have long delivered on exceptional performance and reliability and that capacity has been a barrier to adoption for some clients. He also said that building on their popular Agility 2 and Vertex 2 SSD lines, their new high capacity models give customers up to 480 GB of storage space, which allows them to enjoy all the benefits of SSDs with plenty of room for even the largest applications and files, making this the ideal solution for customers that place a premium on speed, reliability and capacity.

The 4ooGB and 480GB offer double storage of the existing models, utilizing a more responsive PC experience while providing extensive space for multitude of applications and files, operating systems, game titles and much more for shorter loading times and snappier performance than mechanical drives.

The Vertex 2 and Agility 2 400GB and 480GB high-capacity Solid-State Drives feature 250 megabytes per second read and 240 megabytes per second write speeds, with a higher 4k random writes up to 22,500 IOPS on the series of Vertex 2. The drivers are very easy to integrate into modern desktop computers and mobile devices, and feature TRIM support for Microsoft Windows 7 Operating Systems. The drivers are built with SATA 3GB/s.

Vertex 2 and Agility 2 Series will ship these latest editions backed up by a three year warranty for additional peace of mind.

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