The Best Memory Choice from Nanya. Elixir Promises Quality.
Elixir was debuted in late 2001 by Nanya Technology Corporation and soon emerged as the leading brand of high-performance dynamic random access memory (DRAM) products in the retail market. As part of Nanya’s marketing strategy, Elixir aims to deliver the perfect DRAM for memory-hungry computer users all over the world through Nanya’s global sales offices in USA, Europe, Japan and China. Since the introduction of industry-leading DDR and DDR2 memory products, Elixir continues to provide the world's most advanced memory solution of Elixir DDR3 for enthusiasts. Elixir DDR3 is an evolution of DDR and DDR2 memory technology with higher speeds and lower power consumption. For its innovative, high quality products, Elixir products have also been recognized by Taiwan Excellence Award 4 years in a row (2007 ~ 2010).
All Elixir products are designed by Nanya-owned R&D team and fabricated with consistently superior quality. Each component of Elixir products must pass stringent quality tests before final assembly. The modules have been 100% tested and qualified for compatibility with leading PC system, motherboard and chipset manufacturers from around the globe as well. Elixir promises its customers quality. When you need leading-edge computing DRAM products, be sure it’s Elixir.
Nanya Technology Corporation was founded on March 4, 1995. The company conducts research and development, design, manufacturing, and sales of DRAM products, with worldwide sales offices in USA, Europe, Japan and China. The main shareholder is Nanya Plastics Corporations of the Formosa Plastics Group, no. 1 industrial group in Taiwan. Over the years, Nanya has quickly evolved itself into a worldwide leading DRAM company. Nanya Technology was ranked 42 in Business Week InfoTech100.
Nanya Technology Corp. currently owns 8-inch and 12-inch Fabs, located in Taoyuan and Taipei County, Taiwan. The 12-inch Fab (Fab-3A) starts volume production of 70nm technology now and will convert to the next-generation 50nm stacking technology in the third quarter of 2009.
In April 2008, Nanya and Micron Technology executed a Joint Technology Development Agreement. Nanya and Micron share the total output of Inotera Memories Inc., which also converts to 50 nm stacking technology in the third quarter of 2009. This strategic collaboration will leverage Nanya and Micron’s manufacturing technology, and will greatly enhance both companies’ competitiveness in the DRAM industry.