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Russia’s CPU Substitution Plan Hits a Snag

Major CPU makers AMD and Intel pulled out of the Russian market after Russia invaded Ukraine in late February. Now it is not easy for his PC maker in Russia to get the chips he needs.

There are some Russian companies that design their own processors, but these chips are made by TSMC and Taiwan no longer allows exports to Russia. As a result, countries are reportedly unable to replace foreign CPUs with their own. Kommersant daily business.

According to Russia’s Ministry of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media, Russian PC and server makers this year sold 15,000 PCs and 8,000 PCs based on Elbrus and Baikal processors designed in Russia and manufactured in Taiwan. It is reported that it only supplied servers.

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