RosElectronics announced the launch of the production of a test batch of Elbrus 101-PC computers. The model is designed to organize workplaces in government departments, private companies and industrial enterprises.
According to Arseny Brykin, General Director of RosElectronics, this is the first mass model of domestic computers capable of becoming a full-fledged replacement for foreign cars widely used in government departments and private organizations. It is noted that the platform can be used as an industrial production control module, an onboard computer calculator on vehicles, a personal portable terminal and a network storage system (NAS). Elbrus 101-RS became the first computer complex developed on the basis of the Elbrus-1C + microprocessor with integrated 3D graphics and low heat dissipation. The platform has its own architecture, a peripheral interface controller and the Elbrus operating system based on the Linux kernel. In addition, the computer has LVDS pins, two HDMI connectors and supports up to 4k resolution. It is expected that a test batch of 50 cars will be ready in July 2017. The start of serial production is planned for early 2018.