It became known that the Ministry of Industry and Trade has identified the performers of development work to create three new microprocessors. According to CNews, over 20 billion rubles went to the companies MCST, Modul and Elvis. The ministry distributed this money among manufacturers within the framework of thematic tenders, the results of which were summed up in the middle of this month.
At the end of last month it became known that the Ministry of Industry and Trade plans to spend about 21.1 billion rubles on processor projects. This amount was obtained as a result of adding up the initial contract prices in tenders for thematic ROC, which the ministry announced on November 20. They were organized as part of the implementation of the subprogram “Development of computer technology production” of the state program “Development of the electronic and radio-electronic industry” for 2020-2025.
According to the available data, 7.63 billion rubles were reserved for the ROC “Development of a system on a chip for embedded computing systems based on processor cores with a new generation NeuroMatrix architecture” (code “Neuro-B”). Another 7.49 billion rubles were allocated for the implementation of the project to create the Elbrus-32S processor for high-performance servers (code Processor-21 SRV). In addition, 6 billion rubles were planned to be allocated for the R&D project “Development of a trusted multicore processor for software routers in secure networks” (code “MARCO-240”).
The executors of the contracts for the first two tenders will be STC Modul and MCST, respectively, who are the developers of Elbrus neuroprocessors and processors known in the market. As for the contract with the code “MARCO-240”, it went to the research and production center “Elvis”. Thus, the amount of government contracts to be concluded amounted to 20.22 billion rubles. The deadline for their execution in accordance with the terms of reference is January 31, 2025.
It should be noted that according to the decision of the Industry Commission of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy of the city of Moscow, the largest manufacturer and exporter of microelectronics in Russia, Mikron, has been approved a subsidy in the amount of 51.8 million rubles. Thanks to this, the company will be able to partially offset the cost of leasing equipment for assembling smart card chip modules and producing RFID tags.
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