I've been watching the not-so-slow decline of OCZ over the last 3 years or so.
Today the coffin is pretty much nailed shut. OCZ stopped trading on the NASDAQ because its share price is too low.
OCZ has been hemorrhaging money for years now, and its financials were a year late last quarter. They've got no money, a loan at well over 15%, a super high cash burn rate, and revenue declining at an incredible rate. Furthermore, they've been trying to shift to enterprise, but who would buy enterprise tech from a company that's going to go under?
Well, maybe those who own Vertexes can hope that somebody will scoop them up and honor the warranties...although perhaps it's much more likely the IP will just get sold in bankruptcy.
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