Equipment Based on the Domestic Baikal-T processor Has Been Prepared for Pilot Operation at the Gazprom Facilities
MK150–02 modular computer based on the Russian Baikal-T processor
The new MK150–02 modular computer based on the Russian Baikal-T processor of Baikal Electronics successfully passed the test at the specialized bench of Kaliningradgazpriboravtomatika, LLC, a subsidiary of Gazprom Avtomatizatsiya. The work was carried out as part of the implementation of measures to develop domestic automation systems. As a result of the pilot operation of the equipment at the Gazprom facilities, the upgraded complex will be brought into mass production.
To support the new MK
The Baikal-T processor was developed by Baikal Electronics in 2015. In 2017, the first industrial batch of processors was released. Baikal-T chips are made on the MIPS architecture, contain two computing cores, and meet modern performance and energy requirements for industrial electronics. The technological process is 28 nanometers.
The Fund for Infrastructure and Educational Programs was established in 2010 in accordance with Federal Law No. 211-FZ “On reorganization of the Russian Corporation of Nanotechnologies.” The Fund aims to develop the innovative infrastructure in the sphere of nanotechnology and implement the educational and infrastructure programs already started by RUSNANO.
The supreme collegial management body of the Fund is the Supervisory Board. Under the Fund’s Charter, the competence of the Supervisory Council, in particular, includes the issues of determining the priority directions of the Fund’s activity, as well as its strategy and budget. The Chairman of the Fund’s Executive Board, the collegial management body, is the Chairman of the Board of Management Company RUSNANO LLC Sergey Kulikov.