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OCZ Technology, a maker of high-performance memory modules, innovative power-supply units (PSUs), flash media and cooling systems, announced on Monday that it establishes European headquarters in the Netherlands. OCZ Europe subsidiary will allow the company to better address the European market.

“Our commitment to deliver the highest quality enthusiast grade memory and power management solutions to the global marketplace has a always been a priority. The opening of our European branch office allows us to provide a superior product offering and better serve the unique needs and requirements of both customers and end consumers in this key region,” said Ryan Petersen, chief executive of OCZ Technology.

OCZ Europe’s office will begin operation on November 14th, 2005, and is located in Delft, Netherlands.

The company has inked agreements with distributors in various countries, including Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Iceland, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Netherlands, Norway, Portugal, Romania, Russia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and Turkey, to sell its products.

“I am very excited to get our feet on the ground here, we have been very successful selling into Europe from our US office but having a presence in Europe will allow us to increase support and work closer with our customers to realize our maximum potential,” said John Apps, vice president of international operations, who will act as general manager for this location.

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