Here are the commonest brands of Modafinil:
Provigil was the original brand of Modafinil released to the public, produced by Cephalon. It is available in Belgium, Ireland, Italy, South Korea, United Kingdom, United States, South Africa, Israel, and Finland.
Modalert is manufactured by Sun Pharma in Mumbai, India, and is mostly sold to customers in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada. It has a film coating for extended release over a longer period.
Provake is the generic brand of Modafinil most commonly sold in India. It is manufactured by Ranbaxy Laboratories in Gurgaon, Haryana, India, a part of Solus. It was the first generic version of Modafinil.
Modvigil is manufactured by Hab Pharma in India. It is sold in Australia and New Zealand.
Modapro is another Indian brand of Modafinil, made by Cipla in Mumbai, India.
Modiodal is manufactured by Hilltop Chemist in the United States. It is sold in France, Denmark, Greece, Cyprus, Mexico, Netherlands, Portugal, Sweden, Norway, Turkey, and Japan.
Alertec is manufactured by Shire Pharma Canada, and is sold in Canada and Ecuador.
Adrafinil, the precursor to Modafinil, is still available, and without a prescription in many countries. In larger doses, it can have the same effect as Modafinil, but the body has to first convert the Adrafinil to the Modafinil form. However, that conversion can cause damage to the liver, and so is not recommended for frequent use.