According to preliminary data, OCZ Technology is expected to report record revenue of $64 Million for its fiscal 4th quarter, ending February 28th 2011, a near 100% increase over its $32.4 million revenue reported during its previous fiscal 4th quarter last year.
$58 million of this revenue was on SSD products alone, a 380% increase over the $12.1 million revenue from SSD products over the same period last year. The 3rd quarter ending November 30, 2010, got in $41.5 million revenue on SSD products.
To give an idea just how much OCZ has benefited from SSD products, OCZ which mainly focused on DRAM products, received 50% of its revenue from DRAM products during the fiscal 2010. This percentage fell to just 20% in fiscal 2011, mainly due to the 200% increase in SSD sales.
Finally, the make-up of its Q4 SSD sales consists of roughly 7% consumer products, 78% SSDs for servers and 15% enterprise products. This also shows just how much demand there is for SSD products in company servers, especially for servers that run cloud technology where maximum disk throughput and random read/write options become critical.
Further details in this GlobeNewswire press release.