In Russia, at the GS Group plant in Gusev (Kaliningrad region), a project was launched to localize the production of electronic devices and components. The GS Group and the Philax group of companies were engaged in the release of computer components and peripherals.
In particular, the production of the Russian motherboard Philax on the AMD B450 chipset has begun. In addition, the Philax group of companies has promised to present motherboards for the Russian Elbrus and Baikal processors as early as next year.
The motherboard developed in Russia on the AMD B450 chipset has a number of differences from foreign counterparts. Government officials will appreciate the ability to install a trusted boot module, which provides additional protection to the system.
The motherboard received PS / 2 connectors and supports a COM connection (it is possible to bring the connector to the case). At the same time, the motherboard supports the AMD AM4 Ryzen processor family, DDR4 RAM up to 128 GB, has four SATA 3.1 Gen1 ports, four SATA 3 6.0 and two USB 2.0 ports.
At the initial stage, it is planned to release at least 40,000 Philax motherboards, which will be included in the list of products of the Unified Register of Russian Radioelectronic Products in May this year. It is also reported that the companies plan to release up to 50,000 monitors, motherboards for all-in-one and compact Barebone-systems and a touch panel for educational institutions.
On the territory of Russia, an ecosystem of developers and manufacturers of the most complex electronic devices and solutions for the civilian market is gradually being formed, which greatly accelerates the transition of the critical information infrastructure of our country to domestic technologies and products. The development of an internal production chain allows developers to introduce innovations faster, shortens the path from an idea to a ready-made solution.
Fyodor Boyarkov, Director of Production Development at GS Group.