PNY Technologies is an American manufacturer of flash memory cards, USB flash drives, solid state drives, memory upgrade modules, portable battery chargers, computer locks, cables, chargers, adapters, as well as consumer and professional graphics cards.
It provides turnkey solutions supporting a wide array of channels within the Consumer, OEM, and commercial markets. With products geared towards Mobility, Digital Imaging, Computing, and Gaming solutions, PNY products function with a wide variety of computer and digital devices.
Electronics, Inc. originated out of Brooklyn, New York in 1985 as a company that bought and sold memory chips.
In 1996, the company was headquartered in Moonachie, New Jersey, and had a manufacturing production plant there, an additional plant in Santa Clara, California, and served Europe from a third facility in Bordeaux, France.
To emphasize its expansion into manufacturing new forms of memory and complementary products, the company changed its name in 1997 to PNY Technologies, Inc. The company now has main offices in Parsippany, NJ; Santa Clara, CA; Miami, FL, Bordeaux, France, and Taiwan.
In 2009, the Brooklyn Nets sold the naming rights of their practice jerseys to.In 2010, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie spoke to CEO Gadi Cohen about staying in New Jersey after Cohen was reportedly considering a move to Pennsylvania.In 2011, moved their global headquarters and main manufacturing facility to a 40+ acre location on Jefferson Road in Parsippany, NJ. Lt. Governor Kim Guadagno toured the company and called it "a real good business news story for New Jersey.