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Friday, 26 October 2007 15:48

OCZ acquires Hypersonic PC Systems

Written by Slobodan Simic

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OCZ is getting bigger and better

 

Just five months after the acquisition of PSU manufacturer PC Power & Cooling, OCZ has acquired yet another company, which is high performance computer system builder, Hypersonic PC Systems.

Hypersonic PC Systems' product line includes high performance gaming systems, notebooks, SFF's and workstations, which will now certainly be upgraded with OCZ's highly praised memory and PSU's. It is just a matter of time. One of the main advantages of this acquisition is that Hypersonic PC Systems will not be limited to US customers, since it will now be sold over OCZ's global channel and will be available worldwide.

It looks like OCZ is on a roll and we are wondering what is next on OCZ's list. It might be graphics cards, since they are already selling OCZ Geforce 8800GTX. You can check out more about Hypersonic PC Systems here.


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