Rostec can be described as Russia’s equivalent of Samsung; a giant conglomerate with fingers in many pies. It operates a small arms manufacturer named Kalachnikov and also a modest airplane vendor called Mikoyan Gurevich (known to aficionados as MiG), to name just a few.

But among the firm’s numerous projects sits Elbrus, an indigenous CPU family that has its roots in the 1970s.

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