The company is shipping samples of the new controller family to storage manufacturers this quarter and expects to ramp up production in the first half of 2011. The SF-2300 is aimed for industrial applications, while the SF-2500 (SATA) and SF-2600 (SAS) are geared for the enterprise. OCZ already said it’s working on new SF2000-based Deneva units, while OWC announced the Mercury Extreme Pro Enterprise PCI-e SSDs. Unfortunately no plans for a consumer version of SandForce’s controller were announced, but new products should eventually trickle down into that segment as well.