OCZ SSDs Power Premium Music Servers

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted December 6, 2011

OCZ Technology (NASDAQ: OCZ) has announced that the OCZ Deneva 2 SSD Series has been qualified by Olive for integration into its award-winning O4HD and O6HD music servers. According to this MarketWatch news release, the low-latency of an SSD gives instantaneous access to music files without the lag time associated with traditional HDD storage.


"'When it comes to the leading brands for HD music solutions, Olive stands out and has successfully redefined what music enthusiasts can expect from digital music by combining analog musicality with digital convenience,' said Richard Singh, CSO at OCZ Technology Group. 'We are thrilled that Olive has validated our Deneva 2 drives, and are now integrating them into their HD music servers where the benefits of our solid state technology help deliver a superior user experience by providing faster, more reliable storage with no moving parts.'

"Olive will offer both their O4HD and O6HD music servers with OCZ Deneva 2 SSD in either 240GB or 480GB capacities, capable of storing up to 1,500 albums in their original quality. For true music enthusiasts who want best-in-class audio performance and state-of-the-art storage, Deneva 2 SSDs offer incredible quality, instant access, and low-noise operation. The new Olive HD music servers with SSD technology are available in limited quantities directly from Olive."

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