Мечтать не вредноNo idea if Ukrainian sources are reliable as klitchko in regards to kinzhal production, but this might be important if we are talking about chips.
Новый завод микроэлектрники 28-нанометровой топологии строится в Зеленограде на базе АО “ЗНТЦ” – МИЭТ |Инженерно-технологическое обоснование производственных проектов, математическое моделирование, лазерный измеритель толщины. Фото: @https://zntc.ru/. Одной из наиболее острых проблем современной российской промышленности (а может быть и самой острой) является проблема отечественного производства...integral-russia.ru
ne of the most acute problems of modern Russian industry (and perhaps the most acute) is the problem of domestic production of semiconductors. New plant in Zelenograd. The construction of the new plant began at the end of 2021 on the site of the demolished two old buildings of Angstrem, built back in the 1970s. Currently, three new infrastructure facilities for the Russian semiconductor industry are being built simultaneously in one area within walking distance: - A new factory is presumably being created for the production of a 3-nanometer topology (by 5). This technology was chosen for a reason: 50 nm is today's limit for the qualitative reduction of logic elements on modern silicon wafers.
This is not a reduction in size, but an optimization that allows you to achieve greater performance and density of elements within a topology of 28 nm.
By October, the structures of several floors were erected. The builders went to the level of the last floor of the plant. The construction of the plant is expected to be completed in 2024.
Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC), a resident of the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone (SEZ), is preparing to start mass production of photonic integrated circuits and modules for telecommunications equipment. This was announced on December 2, 2022 by Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations.
Photonic technologies make it possible to increase the speed of information transmission by more than 100 times, so products with their use are in demand among manufacturers and customers of high-speed equipment. The development of this industry contributes to the strengthening of the country's technological sovereignty. As of December 2022, a resident of the special economic zone of the capital is implementing a comprehensive project to launch mass production of photonic integrated circuits and modules for telecommunications equipment. The company intends to localize the production of optical multiplexers based on silicon technologies in Russia. It is planned to start delivering the first batches of products in 2023, and serial production in 2024," said Vladimir Efimov.
ZNTC is one of the first enterprises in Russia to produce photonic integrated circuits. Today, the development and development of such technologies is one of the new and most promising areas of the company's development. Work in the field of photonics and nanotechnology technologies is carried out by universities, research and commercial enterprises, but, as a rule, within the framework of scientific research.
In October 2022, ZNTC entered the Moscow intersectoral photonics cluster, which unites specialized enterprises and scientific and technical organizations of the capital. The intersectoral association was created on the basis of the Moscow Innovation Cluster.
The Moscow Photonics Cluster is the main base for the development of photonic technologies in the city, ensuring the country's technological sovereignty in this area. It supports the work on the transfer of scientific developments to production. As of December 2022, the cluster includes 40 participants, about half of whom are residents of the special economic zone of the capital," said Vladislav Ovchinsky, Head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy.
The developed photonic integrated circuits can be used in high-speed and energy-efficient devices for transmitting and processing telecommunication signals. This equipment is used for onboard equipment and ground infrastructure of the aerospace industry, as well as in the telecommunications industry for the organization of powerful 5/6G information networks, connecting users to high-speed Internet, IP telephony and IP television.
We have accumulated considerable experience in the design of photonics elements. Currently, ZNTC is mastering the production of multiplexers, modulators, dividers, interferometers and resonators. The first samples of crystals of the domestic optical waveguide AWG multiplexer, which provides signal passage in telephone and local computer networks and data transmission networks, were obtained. Now we are preparing mass production and in the near future we plan to produce at least five thousand products per year," said Konstantin Pevchikh, head of the technological direction of integrated photonics at ZNTC.
An optical waveguide AWG multiplexer is a device that allows you to combine electrical signals with various interfaces (telephone networks, local computer networks, data networks) into a single group signal, convert it into an optical form and transmit it over a fiber optic cable over a distance. ZNTC also plans to develop and produce splitters, tunable spectral and frequency filters, thermo-optical switches, modulators.
Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center has been a resident of the special economic zone of the capital for more than 10 years, since 2011. During this time, the company has invested almost three billion rubles in the development of production. The company employs 190 people," said Gennady Degtev, General Director of SEZ Technopolis Moscow.
Start of production of chips for industrial devices and roboticsZelenograd Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC JSC), a resident of the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone (SEZ), began producing import-substituting microelectronics for industrial automation, robotics and other high-tech industries. This was announced on October 21, 2022 by Vladislav Ovchinsky, Head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy, which is part of the Complex of Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations of the capital.
The company begins small-scale production of integrated circuits designed to control the angle of rotation in the control systems of various objects, including industrial devices and household appliances. Also, the development will be used in robotics. In addition, it can be used in the automotive industry, in electronic engine control systems, to adjust the position of the headlights and the angle of inclination of the seats. The company has been a resident of the SEZ of Moscow for more than 10 years - since 2011. During this time, it gained 3.4 billion rubles from the sale of products and developments, said Vladislav Ovchinsky.
Enterprises that have the status of a resident of the SEZ Technopolis Moscow receive additional support. They are exempt from paying land, property and transport taxes, the income tax rate for them has been reduced to two percent. In addition, customs duties are not levied on the goods imported by them.
Enterprises of the microelectronic industry make up the majority among residents of the special economic zone of Moscow. As of October 2022, there are over 30 of them. They make the most tangible contribution to the development of the capital's high-tech industry. In the first half of 2022 alone, the amount of their investments increased 2021 times compared to the same period in 15 - from 700 million to 11 billion rubles. In particular, the Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center has invested about three billion rubles in its development since 2011, said Gennady Degtev, General Director of the SEZ Technopolis Moscow.
The developments of ZNTC correspond to foreign analogues. When creating them, the company's specialists used their own technical solutions.
As of October 2022, one of the priorities of the Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center is the development of technologies and the subsequent organization of small-scale production of competitive microelectronic products to ensure independence from foreign manufacturers of the electronic component base, added Elena Khakhanina, Head of the Sales Department of ZNTC JSC.
Launch of Russia's first production of transistors for 5G communication systemsThe Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC JSC), a resident of the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone (SEZ), will open Russia's first experimental line for the production of gallium nitride (GaN-Si) transistor crystals. This is stated in the message of the official portal of the Mayor and the Government of Moscow dated August 5, 2022. Such electronic components are used in the production of powerful power supplies, modules of 5G communication systems, equipment for servers and data centers, wireless charging stations for electric vehicles.
Russia will launch the first production of transistors for 5G
communication systems Photo: mos.ru
The company has invested about one billion rubles in the preparation of its infrastructure for the production of gallium nitride-based transistor crystals, namely, the construction and commissioning of a site for experimental production, said Vladimir Efimov, Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Economic Policy and Property and Land Relations, stressing that "this is the first such production in Russia."
ZNTC plans to start small-scale production of microelectronics on gallium nitride using basic technologies in 2023, said Vladislav Ovchinsky, head of the Moscow Department of Investment and Industrial Policy.
The commissioning of a separate production site, which has full autonomy and independence from the main production line, will make it possible to switch to the manufacture of products on gallium nitride substrates from single production to small-scale production, according to the ZNTC.
According to experts, gallium nitride is one of the most popular and promising materials of modern electronics. The development of technologies based on this semiconductor is of strategic importance for telecommunications, the automotive industry, industrial automation and energy.
The key advantages of GaN transistors are speed in comparison with products on silicon substrates, the ability to operate at high voltage. They also have the best reliability indicator," said Galina Anatolyevna Shirkova, head of the Crystal Production of the Zelenograd Nanocenter.
ZNTC plans to start small-scale production of microelectronics at GaN-Si in 2023. Photo: mos.ru
The average annual growth rate of the global market for power electronics on GaN-Si, according to the forecasts of Yole Development, in the next two years will be 85%. The domestic market for microwave and power transistors has grown significantly over the past 2-3 years, however, as of 2022, there is no mass production of electronic components based on gallium nitride in the Russian Federation.
According to Anatoly Kovalev, General Director of ZNTC JSC, the Zelenograd Nanocenter, together with technological and industrial partners, is already working on the creation of a fully localized technology for the production of electronic components based on gallium nitride.
2021: Modernization of the production site to increase the production of microelectronicsThe Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC), a resident of the Technopolis Moscow Special Economic Zone (SEZ), has modernized the production site, which is expected to expand the production of microelectronics, as well as give start-up innovative companies supported by the center access to advanced technologies. This was announced by the head of the Department of Investment and Industrial Policy Alexander Prokhorov on June 21, 2021.
"The modernization of the site will make it possible to produce complex microelectronic products for power supplies, electric motors, and communication systems. The additional technical capabilities of the center will serve the development of the microelectronics, optics and robotics cluster of the SEZ of Moscow, which at the end of 2020 was among the leaders in investments with investments in the amount of 2.7 billion rubles. During its work in the SEZ as a resident, ZNTC has invested more than 2 billion rubles in its site. In the first quarter of 2021 alone, the volume of its investments exceeded 90 million rubles," said Alexander Prokhorov.
For more than 10 years, the Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center has been specializing in the development and serial production of products in the field of nano- and microelectronics. In addition, the company helps start-up companies to develop: participates in the financing of their projects, and also provides the necessary high-tech equipment.
"The nanocenter is a full-cycle complex for the development and contract manufacturing of microelectronics products. The modernization will expand the capabilities of innovators to create new and competitive products. The task of the Zelenograd Nanocenter is to transform science into market solutions and finished products," said Gennady Degtev, General Director of the SEZ Technopolis Moscow.
The modernization of the site opened up opportunities for domestic enterprises to access technologies such as 3D integration of multi-chip modules, as well as to the assembly of power and microwave electronics on gallium nitride and integrated photonics for communication systems. 3D assembly technologies are used, in particular, to reduce the size of devices and equipment.
The nanocenter provides opportunities for the production of electronic modules on a turnkey basis, said Anatoly Kovalev, General Director of ZNTC JSC.
"For small businesses, start-ups, student projects, the specialists of the nanocenter help to optimize design solutions, make prototypes and pilot batches of products. ZNTC JSC not only co-finances projects and provides a production line, but also helps companies enter the market," said the head of the center.
Первыми в России начинаем разработку и производство оптических трансиверов с применением фотонно-интегральной схемы (ФИС) - Future TechnologiesЧетырехстороннее соглашение подписано между крупнейшим российским разработчиком и производителем трансиверов Future Technologies (ООО «ФайберТрейд»), признанным лидером в разработке и изготовлении лазеров ФГБУН «Физико-технический институт им. А.Ф. Иоффе РАН» (ФТИ им. А.Ф. Иоффе), первым в...future-tech.ru
A quadripartite agreement was signed between the largest Russian developer and manufacturer of transceivers Future Technologies (FiberTrade LLC), a recognized leader in the development and manufacture of lasers of the Ioffe Institute of Physics and Technology of the Russian Academy of Sciences (Ioffe Physics and Technology Institute), the first director of mass production of FIS in Russia, the Zelenograd Nanotechnology Center (ZNTC JSC), a university with many years of unique experience in the development of silicon technologies of the Federal State Autonomous Educational Institution of Higher Education "National Institute". Research University "Moscow Institute of Electronic Technology" (NRU MIET).
The project involves the development and production of transceivers for data centers at a speed of 100-400 Gbit/s using FIS.
Distribution of tasks in the project:
National Research University of Electronic Technology - training of specialized personnel and development of FIS design tools.
JSC ZNTC – design, formulation and development of FIS manufacturing technology.
Ioffe Institute of Physics and Technology – development of new configurations of laser sources suitable for heterogeneous integration of FIS – the most cost-effective assembly technology.
Future Technologies - development of technical specifications for PIC, setting up the technological process and mass production of transceivers with PIC.
The use of FIS makes it possible to reduce the cost of production, optimize the production process and take the first step towards the creation of high-speed Russian devices based on silicon photonics, bringing the industry closer to achieving world speeds of 1.6 Tbit and above. The production of transceivers with FIS will allow us to compete on an equal footing with the world's largest transceiver manufacturing companies.
The use of transceivers with FIS allows customers to obtain a completely Russian device with domestic electronic components, thereby ensuring independence from foreign supplies of components.
Fingers crossed on the 3 nanometer claim because that is Taiwan level.