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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Singular_trafo on Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:56 pm

    higurashihougi wrote:
    GunshipDemocracy wrote:FPI and VIAM has successfully tested the first Russian engine, made by 3D technology

    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/79611/

    I still don't understand how people can print the heat resistant materiel and parts which are very common in heat-used engines. Stuffs like titanium is very hard to melt and even harder to be printed.

    Titanum has relativly low melting point.
    They won't use that in heat critical parts.

    They print it as dust, and afterwards they make it solid with heath ,in a furnance,or press, or with electrical current.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  higurashihougi on Sun Jul 03, 2016 10:39 am

    Singular_trafo wrote:
    Titanum has relativly low melting point.
    They won't use that in heat critical parts.

    Titanium's meting point is roughly 1700 Celsius, and I don't think it is "low".

    They print it as dust, and afterwards they make it solid with heath ,in a furnance,or press, or with electrical current.

    May you further elaborate this ? Question Question Idea

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Singular_trafo on Sun Jul 03, 2016 1:38 pm

    higurashihougi wrote:
    Singular_trafo wrote:
    Titanum has relativly low melting point.
    They won't use that in heat critical parts.

    Titanium's meting point is roughly 1700 Celsius, and I don't think it is "low".

    They print it as dust, and afterwards they make it solid with heath ,in a furnance,or press, or with electrical current.

    May you further elaborate this ? Question Question Idea

    Check the tungsten melting point , that is another popular matel in weapon making : )

    Actualy no material exist that can contain the metled tungsten.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sun Jul 03, 2016 2:22 pm

    Singular_trafo wrote:
    GunshipDemocracy wrote:

    I am afraid first you need to engineer process or if you prefer to create before you can improve it....

    improvements in technology not really in science in most cases yes. Aeroplane was improvement of what precisely or quantum computing?

    When you engineer a process you use your previous experience, and that is nothing else just the imprint of a process.


    Following your reasoning writing is an improvement of hieroglyphs and binary numbers improvement of kipu knots. And all started when fist civilizations started to have more crops they can eat so some people did not have to be farming?

    First build then you improve it so creation is first. No other way around according to currently assumed approach. And sum of parts is not technical breakthrough, they might be enablers but not yet qualitative change.





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    If you have in your mind a good process ,then the designed machine/ plant will have good quality,and can be run cheap and efficiently.

    However if you don't know what you talk about then the plant /machines/indsutrial processes that you design will be rubish and useless.


    True but how is it adding anything to our discussion?



    Singular_trafo wrote:
    To make airplane you need an enigne with a minimal power/weight ratio,under a certain number it is not possible to make airplane.
    As soon as the engines reached this threshold everyone started to make airplanes, and the process started, and everyone worked to improve the design.

    As soon as the petrol engine power/weight reached another certain threshold the helicopter become possible, and see Sykorsky.

    Helicopter or airplane is qualitatively new design because nothing like this existed before Just more then just sum of parts...



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    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    but is there one definition of efficiency? of course no, if we take product price/working hours then with crude on 150USD/ barrel Saudis have very efficien t economy regardless then 75% of natives  nothing all the time. But not working = less hours, hight price = high value product... as we can see such approach is not really reflecting reality


    Try to do quantum computing without 100 years of semicondutor industry / lithography development.You need nanometer capable processes to play with it.
    And the quantum computing needs a lot of process improvement to become usable.
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    Quantum computing is possible with quantum mechanics as an enabler. It is qualitavely new approach to computing and if semiconductor industry would not exist then with knowledge of quantum mechanics could be build anyway.




    Singular_trafo wrote:
    There is one definition of economical efficiency, and that is the required ammounf of work for a given purpose/product/service.

    There are many definitions of economical efficiency not one. What you mention sonds like a technical one. They are not equal but true connected.

    BTW Pareto optimum rigs the bell?


    Singular_trafo wrote:
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    Hmmm this 20% has any source or we talk about gut feelings? if source pls provide if you got a hunch then I am  not denying you might be right but it´s hard to discuss with feelings...otherwise it will be feeling vs feeling Smile

    BTW Facebook  did not boost economy? their adverts, money flows. , marketing for 2 billions of  people ? interesting observation

    Are you aware how much time it takes to wash WITHOUT machine?

    WITHOUT washing machine 15 % of the population time would be spent on washing,and another big chunk of time would be spent to fight infections.

    So, AT THE MOMENT the washing machien increase the GDP by 15-20%.

    Over 50 years it increased the productivity by 20-30%, due to the investment effect.

    Compared to this, how much is the efficiency improvement of the Facebook?


    so still your feelings and hunch no hard numbers...may be true maybe not..like. BTW those who wash rarely working on infections Smile



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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Sun Jul 03, 2016 5:16 pm

    higurashihougi wrote:
    GunshipDemocracy wrote:FPI and VIAM has successfully tested the first Russian engine, made by 3D technology

    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/79611/

    I still don't understand how people can print the heat resistant materiel and parts which are very common in heat-used engines. Stuffs like titanium is very hard to melt and even harder to be printed.

    in case of jet engines´  parts direct metal laser melting is applied. Trust me laser can do it. BTW the biggest challenge is to have right internal structure of material build by adding layers. Taking into account money invested in 3D it will be overcome soon.


    But most important in 3d is disruption in currently paradigm of manufacturing. time and cost saving grows enormously. What´s more distributed manufacturing will be possible: universal 3d printer instead of whole shop of machine tools...

    or in remote sites or underwater bases or space...

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Singular_trafo on Sun Jul 03, 2016 9:23 pm

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    Following your reasoning writing is an improvement of hieroglyphs and binary numbers improvement of kipu knots. And all started when fist civilizations started to have more crops they can eat so some people did not have to be farming?

    First build then you improve it so creation is first. No other way around according to currently assumed approach. And sum of parts is not technical breakthrough, they might be enablers but not yet qualitative change.


    Doesn't realy matter what you think.

    Any good working design/process is an accumulation of the prior solved problems.

    Prototype ariplanes existed for hundred years, but with a horse or steam engine you can't get enought lift.


    Sykorsky experienced with helicopters for a decade prior of the first working one, but the engines that he had was too weak to the job.


    So prior of a certain point in time it was not possible to make the given design, after a certain point it was simply a probability function to see it .



    If you design something then you make transfomr your accumulated knowledge/experience into a working design.

    You collected it by doing it prior,and solving the problems during the process.

    So the end design is a result of prior process improvements and the experiences that you collected during the trial and error experiments.
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    Quantum computing is possible with quantum mechanics as an enabler. It is qualitavely new approach to computing and if semiconductor industry would not exist then with knowledge of quantum mechanics could be build anyway.
    I can't see working quantum computers, but Mr Heisenberg defined the laws governing the interaction of the waves, so the simple knowledge of these laws doesn't enought to make a quantum computer.
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    There are many definitions of economical efficiency not one. What you mention sonds like a technical one. They are not equal but true connected.

    BTW Pareto optimum rigs the bell?

    The ammount of required work = the requried ammount of money that you have to spend the get the product/service, in a comptetitive market( cetnral planning you can't use it, but the central planning is not efficient by experience : ) )
    So, arguing about this is like arguing about that 100 $ is more than 200$ ,and that is arithmetically wrong.
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    so still your feelings and hunch no hard numbers...may be true maybe not..like. BTW those who wash rarely working on infections Smile

    Simply basic efficiency calculation.
    Additionaly, infections / health problems introduce lost working days, and required care as additional cost.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Singular_trafo on Sun Jul 03, 2016 10:03 pm

    GunshipDemocracy wrote:
    higurashihougi wrote:
    GunshipDemocracy wrote:FPI and VIAM has successfully tested the first Russian engine, made by 3D technology

    http://www.sdelanounas.ru/blogs/79611/

    I still don't understand how people can print the heat resistant materiel and parts which are very common in heat-used engines. Stuffs like titanium is very hard to melt and even harder to be printed.

    in case of jet engines´  parts direct metal laser melting is applied. Trust me laser can do it. BTW the biggest challenge is to have right internal structure of material build by adding layers. Taking into account money invested in 3D it will be overcome soon.


    But most important in 3d is disruption in currently paradigm of manufacturing. time and cost saving grows enormously. What´s more distributed manufacturing will be possible: universal 3d printer instead of whole shop of machine tools...

    or in remote sites or underwater bases or space...

    For the additive manufacturing you need very uniformal dust .It must be in tight tolarance range in shape and size, and in surface abeldo as well.

    Additionaly the re-usability of the metal dust is restricted many cases.

    In the subtractive manufacturing you need a picece of metal,and you remove from it the material / cold/ hot forming in in tools.

    The other annoying problem is you can't use CO2 laser for dust melting.It needs high power yag laser at elast.

    It is quite hard to use the additive manufacturing in the space, considering that on the earth you can use the gravity to lay the dust lazers , in the space there is no gravity Smile but this parameter makes the hot forming easy.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Tue Jul 05, 2016 9:53 am

    Singular_trafo wrote: For the additive manufacturing you need very uniformal dust .It must be in tight tolarance range in shape and size, and in surface abeldo as well.

    Additionaly the re-usability of the metal dust is restricted many cases.

    In the subtractive manufacturing you need a picece of metal,and you remove from it the material / cold/ hot forming in in tools.

    I have an impression you did not read carefully enough I did say this is a disruptive technology challenging paradigm of manufacturing. And if you can do it cheap we have a new industrial revolution. This what you focused is just current level of technology what is not reflecting what can be achieved in 10 years...

    You can for example heal wounds using own patients cells...or build transplant organs without killing bike riders Smile



    Singular_trafo wrote:
    The other annoying problem is you can't use CO2 laser for dust melting.It needs high power yag laser at elast.

    or battery ruby laser pointers Very Happy or electron beam sintering...you do not have to melt can sinter Smile




    Singular_trafo wrote:
    It is quite hard to use the additive manufacturing in the space, considering that on the earth you can use the gravity to lay the dust lazers , in the space there is no gravity Smile but this parameter makes the hot forming easy.

    This is just technology to be developed.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  GunshipDemocracy on Tue Jul 05, 2016 9:56 am

    The media learned about the desire of India to buy Russian space chips
    РИА Новости http://ria.ru/science/20160705/1458752482.html#ixzz4DWDtwgCS

    MOSCOW, 5 Jul — RIA Novosti. Russian manufacturer of microelectronics, the company "Angstrem", is negotiating the sale of the party circuits of class "Space" of Indian private firm, working on contracts with the space Agency ISRA, according to "Izvestia".
    Russia for the year increased by half the production of chips for space
    According to the publication, currently the parties are discussing the delivery to India of about ten thousand chips in the amount of about two hundred thousand dollars. Despite the fact that the Indian space program based on its own developments, the country does not have sufficient technology to create their own electronic component base and forced to buy electronics abroad.
    To date, the Russian parts are tested, and if successful the parties will sign a contract for serial delivery. The cost of a single chip ranges from one to twenty dollars, according to "Izvestia".
    The interviewed experts believe that the interest of India to the Russian microelectronics said about the speed of development of domestic high-precision production — a few years ago, Russia radiation-resistant chips are almost not developed.
    According to Western classification IC class "Space" — a particularly reliable products for space applications that can withstand a wide range temperatures and increased radiation. A distinctive feature is their makasarili, and the price of copies of the piece can reach tens of thousands of dollars.



    That is definitely good niche for Russian hi-tech, countries who do not want to be dependent of West mood and blackmails...

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Flanky on Fri Jul 08, 2016 4:45 pm

    Sorry guys i had to come back to the "automatization" topic to get couple of things straight as i study this field.
    First of all those that claim robots are going to steal jobs of people do not know what they are talking about.
    Companies are usually forced to automate their manufacturing processes because of lack of skilled workforce, or because of the dangers that the work includes.
    There is this law in robotics that robots do work that is Dull, Dirty, Dangerous its called the law of 3D.
    In other words a work that people would not want to do or is too dangerous for them.

    It requires a very heavy initial investment for the company as a single industrial robot in the the class of 15-20kg of weight lift is costing arround 20 000 dollars.
    That is the robot alone. In order to automate entire production line you have to install them, install security features, do service line agreements with vendors for maintenance, educate staff, program them and lots of other things which are very expensive. Automatization is not allways the best approach how to produce products - it depends on the expected demand for the product. Not all cars are produced by industrial robots. There are some brands like Ferrari, Maybach and other luxury cars which demand (thanks to their price) is low that are produced by manufacture. Aircrafts assembly is also done without automation - or atleast not using industrial robots although studies have been made how to optimize the process, but the only thing that is automatic in this process are the AGVs used to assembly the aircraft hulls and wings - thats all, the rest is manual human work. There is a differrent spectrum on the other side which is production of a product in thousands per day where (believe it or not) robots are too slow. One perfect examples are bottling machines which are a form of automation but they are not industrial robots...

    In the industrial production there are things one cannot automate. Quality control is hard to automate, robotics maintenance is impossible to automate and so on. So even if we remove other aspects against automation these 2 alone are very much human job keepers. Other job keeper is logistics. Storage management is possible to automate but economically viable only for car manufacturers. AGV going here and there across factory, automation storage solutions like for example storage dispensers etc. Usually if you see a industrial robot manufacturing line - its logistics is handled by storage that is not automated.

    Then there are some other factors t hat keep human labour. Frequency of factory line reconfiguration and speed of such process required. It needs human planning, agility and creativeness to do the job. Robots cannot reprogramme themselves. Then there has to be engineering and research departments designing the products and planning their manufacturing.

    All in all it is a false belief that robots steal work from people. Current trend is that young people do not want to live their daily jobs in factories having low wages. They much more prefer having low wages in services industry where it is usually now physically demanding enviroment. So companies are having hard times to find workers and if you loot in eastern europe at the demographics of workers in a factory those are usually people above 45 years old which were raised during communism times and they had from their childhood years being engraved in their blood the hard working phylosophy. New generation does not want that. Yes one can argue that we can take China into example. But China is a communist country where the same phylosophy is being taught to kids that hard work is the golden holy grail of life. Even then we have all heard the stories how they all work in enviroment we would consider inhuman, worker treatment is also poor, they have poor wages and so on. China is a special case that cannot be compared to the rest of the world where there isn't much demand to work in a factory. Chinese are many times forced to do so because there is simply nothing other to do. West

    In context of Russia i see robotics enabling Russian companies to double or triple their output of products which might be usefull to start being competitive on international markets for consumer products. Latin america seems to be a market pretty friendly to Russia. Although it would be quite a nonsense to manufacture consumer products in Russia and ship them to LA unless there would be a large volumes. But Russian factories built in Cuba or Venezuela might make sense.

    Robotics and automation in many ways is a result of changing trend. A trend that moves away from promoting hard work and focuses on promotion of such a lifestyle where people work in offices. the other thing of robotics is that it opens entire new frontiers. Care for the elderly for example, operating a pacient that has a very unique health issue by a specalist from other side of the planet - just a few to name. Russian young people as is the trend in the west dream of office work and are not looking to work in factories. Russian factories today are full of immigrants and Chinese. Immigrants pose a threat as we in Europe know very well. So Russia should pay more attention to this sphere as even China which has lots of human resources is slowly making advancements in Robotics and Industrial automation.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Singular_trafo on Fri Jul 08, 2016 7:24 pm

    The CNC was a distuptive technology, the 3d printing is not.

    Actualy the 3d printing is as old as the CNC, but it is still in infancy.

    You can drop the CNC machine into an old prcess,and show immediet quality /product improvement, by changing only the machine,nothing else.

    You can't drop into process a 3d printer without blowing up the cost of the process into the stratosphere.

    Of course you can invent new processes/ products, but that is aslow and painfull process.I mean, it started more than three decade ago, and I still can't see any result.


    For 3d printing you need special inupt materials, and the cost of the process proportional to the mass of the object(main), and the longest side of the object(minor).

    With any process based on stock removal your cost proportional to the mass of the REMOVED material(main),and the longest side of the part(minor).


    See?
    And the cost of a cast metal object is minimal, the cost of the input 3d printing materials are very high .

    The melting can happens with many method, but many has serious restrictions, and the best methods( laser metling layered powder) has the highest cost.



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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  higurashihougi on Tue Aug 02, 2016 10:40 am

    Dunno if sepheronx or others have posted this.

    https://www.rt.com/news/354233-russian-bioprinter-space-use/?utm_source=browser&utm_medium=aplication_chrome&utm_campaign=chrome

    Russian scientists in cooperation with the national space agency are developing a magnetic 3D bioprinter that will allow production of living tissue in the micro-gravity conditions of the International Space Station.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Project Canada on Wed Aug 03, 2016 8:27 pm



    Russia to allocate $2.5 bln to develop microelectronics industry — PM

    "Fairly huge amounts are allocated for these goals," Medvedev said. "Total financing of programs from the federal budget will be over 170 bln rubles ($2.5 bln), for the period from 2013 to 2025," he said.

    At the same time, the share of national electronics should grow 1.5 times on the national market and the share of export - by 3.5 times, Medvedev said.
    "Target figures are in place: the share of domestic radio electronics should grow 1.5 times on the domestic market, at least to 36% by 2025, while export should be up 3.5% times against the year of 2015, that is, by 350%," he added.
    Guaranteed government procurements of domestic microelectronics will amount to 75 bln rubles ($1.1 bln) by 2018 year-end.

    Export problems

    According to the premier, growth rate of the Russian microelectronics industry is about 10% per year but a problem with export exists.
    "The segment is developing fairly quickly at large; the annual growth rate is about 10%," the PM said. "However, problems are also in place: production is largely focused on domestic consumers for the time being," Medvedev added.

    The microelectronics segment determines the development area of industrial technologies for coming decades, the premier said. "Its development is of particular significance for the economy and for security provision," he said.
    Russian electronic products are largely focused on the domestic market but export should also be taken into consideration, Medvedev said.
    "Less than 25% of products are exported so far," he said. "The share of Russian products on the domestic market has not yet become material; it is 20%," he added

    http://tass.ru/en/economy/892237

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  sepheronx on Wed Aug 03, 2016 9:40 pm

    The real number will be much higher. State run organizations spend a lot and thus contribute more but not accounted for as it may be considered private. $2.4B in 10 years cannot fund GaN modules, microprocessor development, micro controllers, and nearly anything else being built for military and civil use that we have been posting about. So I figure the real number may be double or triple that.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Wed Aug 03, 2016 11:21 pm

    sepheronx wrote:The real number will be much higher. State run organizations spend a lot and thus contribute more but not accounted for as it may be considered private.  $2.4B in 10 years cannot fund GaN modules, microprocessor development, micro controllers, and nearly anything else being built for military and civil use that we have been posting about.  So I figure the real number may be double or triple that.

    ...Or it could be that your underestimating the value of the Dollar translating in to the Ruble. Take the T-14, it's twice the MBT of any NATO M1A2 or Leo 2A6, and yet it's half the price of those MBT's...that's like a factor of 4 difference right there. A NATO equivalent of T-14 would probably cost $16-20 million.

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    Post  sepheronx on Thu Aug 04, 2016 2:30 am

    Fair point. Tamara comes to about 3.5M per tank for something brand new and not under long time production while m1a1 is like 6m or more now.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Thu Aug 04, 2016 5:48 am

    I posted on this before. The PPP adjustment factor for the military part of Russia's GDP is much larger than for the consumer economy.
    For the T-14 the factor looks like 4, for the Project 636.3 submarines the factor is 6. That is why the total size of Russia's GDP is
    underestimated and the actual size of its military complex is as well.

    PPP is usually calculated based on baskets of consumer economy goods and services. I doubt the World Bank PPP estimates or any of
    the international programs that Russia participated for PPP type comparisons have taken the military economy fraction properly into
    account.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Fri Aug 19, 2016 5:39 am

    http://www.gsnanotech.ru/press-centre/news/gs-group-vypustit-pervye-rossiyskie-ssd-nakopiteli-dlya-korporativnyh-sistem.html

    GS Group will start manufacturing 100% Russian SSD disks. Initial capacity will be 256 gigabytes with a 550 Mb/s read and 450 Mb/s
    write speed and will be available in 2017.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  sepheronx on Fri Aug 19, 2016 7:42 am

    Really good news. I hope that eventually other areas of Russia will attend to building such technology as well. There is a huge market for SSD's now and many are jumping at it. I just think that Kaliningrad isn't necessarily safe for a huge portion of such civil technological development of Russia.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Project Canada on Fri Aug 19, 2016 1:39 pm

    sepheronx wrote:Really good news.  I hope that eventually other areas of Russia will attend to building such technology as well.  There is a huge market for SSD's now and many are jumping at it.  I just think that Kaliningrad isn't necessarily safe for a huge portion of such civil technological development of Russia.

    I am delighted to hear this news until it mentioned Kaliningrad as its main production hub, i hope they could relocate sensitive technological production facilities out of Kaliningrad and place them somewhere within Russia thats far away from Nato armies and sabotage groups. Kaliningrad is just too exposed as its surrounded by Nato. They really should have demanded a land connect to Kaliningrad before the Soviet collapse.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  magnumcromagnon on Fri Aug 19, 2016 9:08 pm

    sepheronx wrote:Really good news.  I hope that eventually other areas of Russia will attend to building such technology as well.  There is a huge market for SSD's now and many are jumping at it.  I just think that Kaliningrad isn't necessarily safe for a huge portion of such civil technological development of Russia.

    Some more good news for you and kvs, "Kaspersky Lab" has released a protected industrial own microkernel OS, and for the record Kaspersky Lab is the only anti-virus protection company to get public verbal attacks by both the US and Chinese govt's (the 2 main cyber-warfare powers in the world) which lends much to their credibility!

    "Kaspersky Lab" has released a protected industrial own microkernel OS

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Sat Aug 20, 2016 12:35 am

    magnumcromagnon wrote:
    sepheronx wrote:Really good news.  I hope that eventually other areas of Russia will attend to building such technology as well.  There is a huge market for SSD's now and many are jumping at it.  I just think that Kaliningrad isn't necessarily safe for a huge portion of such civil technological development of Russia.

    Some more good news for you and kvs, "Kaspersky Lab" has released a protected industrial own microkernel OS, and for the record Kaspersky Lab is the only anti-virus protection company to get public verbal attacks by both the US and Chinese govt's (the 2 main cyber-warfare powers in the world) which lends much to their credibility!

    "Kaspersky Lab" has released a protected industrial own microkernel OS


    Good stuff. No more STUXNET BS from the usual suspects.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  medo on Sat Aug 20, 2016 10:12 am

    This is excellent. Equipping with domestic computers with domestic chips without hiden back doors and with domestic protected OS is one of the best protections against NSA and CIA spies.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  kvs on Wed Aug 24, 2016 1:57 am

    https://www.rt.com/news/356800-russia-plasma-computing-nanoparticle/


    250Gbps: Russian scientists aim to revolutionize computing with plasma-driven antennas

    A team of Russian physicists has found a way to tune silicon nanoparticles so they can process optical data at previously unattainable speed, paving the way for the creation of “ultracompact and ultrafast” processing devices.



    As I said elsewhere, Russia is hard core technology competition for NATO.

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    Re: Νew Technologies and Innovation Development in Russia

    Post  Project Canada on Wed Aug 24, 2016 3:59 am

    kvs wrote:https://www.rt.com/news/356800-russia-plasma-computing-nanoparticle/


    250Gbps: Russian scientists aim to revolutionize computing with plasma-driven antennas

    A team of Russian physicists has found a way to tune silicon nanoparticles so they can process optical data at previously unattainable speed, paving the way for the creation of “ultracompact and ultrafast” processing devices.



    As I said elsewhere, Russia is hard core technology competition for NATO.  

    Indeed, i just hope they find effective ways to put these products to the market, make it a financial success, and continue to help revolutionize Russian high tech industry.

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