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Toshiba's ready to make better SSDs following its takeover of OCZ

Timothy J. Seppala, @timseppala
January 22, 2014
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Toshiba made its first move to rescue faltering solid-state drive manufacturer OCZ Technology back in November, and now that sale is final. In the deal, OCZ gets to keep its identity and independence, but will now operate as OCZ Storage Solutions. It's a slight change in nomenclature to be sure, but hopefully that won't make picking its drives out from Newegg's stock any harder. Just think: For a cool $35 million, maybe you could have bought the drive-maker for yourself.

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