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Tuesday, 30 September 2008 12:43

OCZ loses VP to Corsair

Written by Fuad Abazovic

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And vice versa


It looks that people from Corsair like to go to work at OCZ and OCZ people like to go work for Corsair. Corsair this time managed to get a Yank called Mickey Sethi, who was the Integrated Circle purchaser and Vice President of material planning.


Vincent Nguyen, VP of Operations from Corsair, went to OCZ. It's quite interesting to see that as these two companies like each other like AMD and Intel or like Nvidia and ATI, but at the same time they're in a similar business it's just that Corsair is many times bigger than OCZ.

So from now on, Sethi is at home at Corsair's office.

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