It seems as if every IT manufacturer wishes to join in on the SSD market. New drives are released continuously, most of which are based on one of SandForce's famous controllers chips.
While MSI has been selling SSDs in some of its high-end laptops for quite some time now, until now they were provided by third-parties such as SanDisk. It seems that the Taiwanese manufacturer has plans to start selling its own SSDs, as the company name (including logo) has appeared on SandForce's website. This could mean that we could expect SandForce SF-200 based SSDs by MSI shortly. MSI has yet to comment on the matter.