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KAZAN, May 26. /TASS/. Russia’s United Instrument Making Corporation (UIMC) affiliated with state-owned holding Rostec plans to launch serial manufacture of the domestic 8-core processor Elbrus next year, UIMC CEO Alexander Yakunin said on Tuesday.
"Its development is at the final stage and the next engineered version is currently tested. The processor is scheduled to undergo state trials at the turn of this year and the launch of its serial manufacture is planned in 2016," Yakunin said.
Architecture, circuitry and topology of Elbrus-8C microprocessor were fully developed by Russian specialists. A new peripheral controller is also planned for production along with the microprocessor, UIMC CEO added.