Ok, so I've always heard a lot of talk about people pondering the longevity of SSDs, but what about the world's most notable crazy cheap SSD maker?
Sure, they might be selling their SSDs for next to nothing, but they surely aren't making any money off of it. Their stock dropped 40+% in the premarket today, after they announced that they are falling far short of an already lowered earnings estimate. Even before this, the company wasn't profitable. If you look at the prices all their drives are selling for, they're way cheaper than everybody else's.
Looking at the books since they've gone public, pretty much the only way they've generated money is selling stock, and now the stock is worth next to nothing.
I see all this, and worry that although OCZ might not be the most reliable drive maker, as a consumer I sure am gonna miss their competition.
How long do y'all think they have left?