OCZ has been unusually active lately. In addition to its regular slew of new memory module launches, the company purchased power supply maker PC Power & Cooling this spring. Today, the company announced that it has indulged in a new acquisition: PC vendor Hypersonic PC.
Hypersonic has been in business since 1996, and it sells a range of systems from gaming PCs and notebooks to workstations, small-form-factor systems, and "ruggedized" laptops. According to OCZ, the acquisition will bring the company under the umbrella of the OCZ Technology Group, through which "the Hypersonic vision can be taken to new heights and grow in key areas of innovation, product development, and market reach."
More specifically, OCZ explains that Hypersonic will become the system division of the OCZ Technology Group. Hypersonic PCs are currently available in the U.S. only, but via OCZ's global channel, they will also become available to "enthusiasts worldwide."
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