Nvidia partners Galaxy and KFA2 merge to form GALAX

Written by Antony Leather

September 18, 2014 | 21:04

Tags: #geforce

Companies: #galax #galaxy #kfa2 #nvidia


Born from nearly two decades of dedication to the design and manufacturing of the world’s best performing gaming products, GALAXY and its European brand KFA2 today announced their global unification, officially merging to form GALAX.

Originally founded in 1994, GALAXY built its reputation as the behind-the-scenes designer and manufacturer of many of the most popular OEM-branded graphic card products on the market. Since 2000, GALAXY introduced numerous critically-acclaimed products including the world renowned "Hall of Fame" series with custom white PCBs and record breaking performance.

One of the most exciting benefits of the merger for GALAX customers will be an all new level of global brand consistency and product availability. With a single unified brand, GALAX is now able to offer every customer in every market the same world class service and support along with access to GALAX’s entire product portfolio. Our customers guide everything we do at GALAX, and it’s this commitment that defines us as a company.

GALAX will continue providing all current levels of service and support to all Galaxy/KFA2 customers, and will of course honour all Galaxy/KFA2 warranties to their full extent. Customers worldwide are invited to visit http://www.GALAX.net for more details

About GALAX. Originally founded in 1994 as Galaxy Microsystems, GALAX has grown exponentially in Hong Kong, Southeast Asia, China and Europe. After years of private labeling for many tier one brands in the US; in 2007 Galaxy entered the US etail and channel market. As consumer demand increased, Galaxy entered the retail space in 2009 to help further distribute their aggressively priced high quality cards. To better serve our growing global customer base, Galaxy merged with its European brand KFA2 in 2014 to form GALAX. For further information about GALAX, visit www.galax.net

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The information above is part of a press release from GALAX, formerly Galaxy and KFA2. Opionions are not those of bit-tech.
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