Engadget visited OCZ's Computex booth and got to see some exciting storage products. Within a couple of months the company plans to start shipping consumer-level RevoDrive PCIe solid state disks with capacities of 128GB and 480GB. These units feature two SandForce SF-1200 controllers and read/write speeds of nearly 540MB/s for a price tag of around $400 to $600.
Another exciting new technology is OCZ's HSDL (high speed data link), this product combines a SAS connector with an OCZ-built PCIe board to enable transfer speeds of up to 20Gbps!
Lastly, and potentially most importantly, the company revealed a fresh-out-of-the-lab prototype that could significantly enhance transfer rates from PCIe devices. Codenamed HSDL (high speed data link; shown above), the solution combines an industry standard SAS connector with an OCZ-built PCIe board in order to enable transfer rates as high as 20Gbit/sec. The company said a final product is at least six months out, but it's already toying with the idea of selling a single and quad-slot card in due time.
Additionally, OCZ also announced it will slim its Vertex 2 SSD line down for the 1.8-inch form factor.