There's been quite the shakeup in Silicon Valley this week. After learning that AMD's CFO Thomas Seifert has resigned to pursue other opportunities, we now find out that OCZ Technology's head honcho and founder, Ryan Petersen, has stepped down as CEO, effective immediately. Executive Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer, Alex Mei, is taking Petersen's place on an interim basis, but the question OCZ faces is whether it would be better off finding new management or selling its operations.
Harold Camping totally blew it when he calculated the world would end in October (and every earlier date as well), but had he predicted this would be the year PC Power & Cooling finally launched a modular power supply, he would have looked like a genius. PCP&P, as many of you are familiar with, takes a no-nonsense approach to PSU design, and maintained that philosophy even when it was acquired by OCZ. The new Silencer Mk III is the company's first ever modular PSU, and purportedly just as reliable as any other unit sporting a PCP&P label.