The most interesting is the Indilinx Everest 2 controller that aims to be the engine of the future Vertex 4 drives. The unit brings improvements to the small block performance and a reduction of the write amplification.
Furthermore, the company showed a Thunderbolt equipped external SSD, a 4TB 3.5″ solid state drive and a PCI Express unit called Z-Drive R4.
For further information I suggest you to visit AnandTech. Its journalists are currenly in Las Vegas looking for hot news.
OCZ’s Indilinx Everest 2 Launching in June 2012, Features Vastly Improved Random Performance
OCZ’s Portable Thunderbolt SSD: Lightfoot
OCZ’s 4TB 3.5″ Chiron SSD
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