Agreement Enables Distribution of OCZ's Complete Line of SSD and Power Supplies Throughout U.S
Agreement Enables Distribution of OCZ's Complete Line of Solid State Drives and Power Supplies Throughout the U.S Region
SAN JOSE, CA and LAWRENCEVILLE, GA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/15/13 -- OCZ Technology Group, Inc. (NASDAQ: OCZ), a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) and power supply units (PSUs) for computing devices and systems, today announced that the distribution agreement with SED International (NYSE MKT: SED) has been expanded. SED International, an established multinational distributor of leading computer technology products is now authorized to distribute OCZ's complete portfolio of SSDs and power supplies throughout the U.S. region.
"Consistent with our strategic initiative to support small business IT solutions with leading edge solutions, OCZ's portfolio of high-performance SSDs and PSUs are an extremely good match for these business objectives," said Derrek Hallock, Senior Vice President for SED International. "Given a proven track record with OCZ's consumer SSDs in Latin America, we're excited to expand distribution in the U.S. with their complete product line card."
"We are pleased to expand our distribution strategy in the U.S. with a highly regarded distributor as SED International and a well-rounded customer base that includes value-added resellers, system integrators, retailers, e-tailers, manufacturers and other specialty resellers," said Wayne Eisenberg, Senior Vice President of Sales for OCZ Technology. "The combination of our reseller programs, extensive service and support and comprehensive product line-up will help SED expand its storage solution and power supply presence throughout the U.S. region."
"OCZ has great products and lineup to which enables my customers in virtually any application where fast, high performance storage is required," said Ben Chill for MTX Systems, a customer of SED International. "With access to OCZ's solid state solutions my customer's needs and demands are met."