A processor with increased resistance to cyber attacks has been created in Russia
The Avtomatika concern, which is part of the largest Russian state corporation Rostec, has created the Elbrus-2C3 processor with increased resistance to cyber attacks. It is provided by the secure computing technology used in the device.
The main feature of the developed microcircuit is the optimal combination of power and cost. It is supposed to be installed in laptops, on-board and industrial computers, as well as in monoblocks.
The microprocessor contains two computing cores. In addition, it has two graphics cores for 2D and 3D computer graphics. It also provides data output to three independent monitors with a resolution of up to 4K. The device is made on the 6th generation Elbrus crystal. It is small in size and consumes little energy, which is facilitated by the use of energy-saving technology.
On the basis of this microcircuit, they have already begun to develop laptops, monoblocks and tablets. The manufacturer assumes that large state and commercial companies with increased requirements for information security will be interested in this technique. The manufacturer is not yet talking about how relevant such a processor can be for the "regular" market, whether it will be able to withstand competition in it.
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