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Nanya Technology Corporation  Profile

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Nanya Technology Corporation  Company Overview

Nanya Technology Corporation was founded in March, 1995. The company designs and manufactures DRAM products. In December, 2002, Nanya signed a Joint Development agreement with Infineon Technologies AG to co-develop 70nm and 90nm process technologies and to form the joint venture company Inotera Memories Inc. to build a 12-inch wafer fab, enabling Nanya to become one of the most competitive DRAM suppliers in the world.

In 2008, Nanya formed a joint venture with Micro Technology for further DRAM process development and production using the Inotera factories.

Nanya Technology Corporation  Products

The types of products manufactured by Nanya Technology Corporation include DDR SDRAM, DDR2 SDRAM, Graphic DDR2 SDRAM, and Simulation Models.

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