In the end of May, the Zelenograd Innovation and Technology Center (ZITC) hosted a meeting on development of electronic hardware components (EHC) including their certification and metrological support.
RASU delegation included: Andrey Butko, CEO, Stanislav Antipov, First Deputy CEO – Chief Technical Officer, Alexey Voronin, Deputy CEO – Director for New Business Development, Vladimir Eliseev, Head of Innovations and Intellectual Property Support Subdivision, and Alexander Kulay, Area Manager.
Experts of the Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC) and the Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology (MIET) presented a concept of a Special Economic Zone (SEZ) in Zelenograd with a competence center for design and production of Russian EHC for assurance of reliable supply of microelectronic components to domestic enterprises of fuel and energy sector, and for assurance of cybersecurity of critical infrastructural facilities.
Also, as part of the event, arranged in full compliance with sanitary requirements, the delegation visited several manufacturing sites of SEZ residents that deal with the development and implementation of state-of-the-art solutions in Moscow Technopolis: chip production and assembly of microelectromechanical systems based on sensors for physical values by ZNTC, production of photomasks by ZITC, 90-250 nm mass production line by Angstrem-T and the Lukin Research Institute of Physical Problems. In addition, the delegates saw the products of Milandr, one of the leading Russian developers and manufacturers of integrated microcircuits.
“The reality exceeded our expectations. I believe, if these enterprises become part of our production chain, together with enterprises of the Nuclear Weapon Complex, we may reach a synergy effect. Using end-to-end design techniques and comprehensive optimization of EHC, equipment and software, we will be able to produce the world’s top-level radioelectronics. By joining our efforts, we will replace imported components and, at the same time, switch to state-of-the-art techniques for design, chip production and product assembly, which will enable us to extend our functional capabilities and improve our products in terms of weights, dimensions and power characteristics”, CEO of RASU noted.
JSC Zelenograd Innovation and Technology Center (JSC ZITC) was established in 1998 as part of the Inter-sectoral program for revival of innovative research and development activities in Russia. The mission of the company is to support R&D in micro- and nanoelectronics, information and telecommunication technologies.
JSC Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center (JSC ZNTC) is an innovation company dealing with R&D in nano- and microelectronics. The center was established in 2010 by MIET, the Zelenograd Innovation and Technology Center, the Foundation for Educational and Infrastructural Programs (OJSC Rosnano) for generation and support of new businesses in nano- and microelectronics. The company accumulates a major part of technological resources and capabilities of its founders.
National Research University – Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology (MIET) is the leading Russian university in electronics, nanotechnology, IT, telecommunications, as well as management, linguistics and design.
JSC Angstrem-T is the first Russian microelectronics factory built in 50 years. Semiconductor products of Angstrem-T have various applications: microprocessors and microcontrollers, microcircuits and semiconductor electronic devices.
FSUE Lukin Research Institute of Physical Problems (FSUE NIIFP named after F. Liukin) is the Russian state scientific research organization dealing with research in microelectronics.
JSC PKK Milandr is one of the leading Russian developers and manufacturers of integrated microcircuits. The company mainly implements projects in development and production of microelectronic products (microcontrollers, microprocessors, memory chips, transmitter/receiver chips, voltage converter chips, radio frequency circuits), universal electronic modules and devices of industrial and commercial grade, SW development for up-to-date information systems and microelectronic products.