Originally Posted by allikat
Many thanks to George from Corsair for stepping up, and resolving this whole issue. My confidence in Corsair is redeemed with the admission that they didn't do it right.
I now fully understand what happened, why, and how it affects everything... well, almost...
How temporary are these -C models? I assume we're looking at some point in 2011 for the TX2?
Hard to answer this without getting into specifics, but let's just say that it would be kind of pointless to send out -C units for review at this point.
Originally Posted by kimosabi
CorsairGeorge, you make it sound like Corsair is just a small company with a small handfull of devs/employees. If that's how it is, BRAVO!
We're not huge, by any means, but we're a lot bigger than when I came here about 6-7 years ago.
Our Fremont headquarters has probably around 120-130 people, and I'd say the biggest chunk of that is engineering (product development engineering, process engineering, quality engineering, etc) and then finance and logistics, followed by sales and marketing. Kind of backwards from how a lot of other companies in our industry work, with Sales & Marketing being the biggest chunk.
I, however, am in Marketing. I didn't start there, though. I started doing memory IC characterization on DDR1 modules (trying to make CAS 2 DDR400 and stuff) and moved up into this position.Edited by CorsairGeorge - 12/31/10 at 10:49am