Nation wide Association of the most technically competent software developing companies from Russia
Baikal Electronics, a Russian company, announced plans to launch the production of Russia’s first computer processor, the Baikal-T1, early next year
The Glonass system was expected to be ready in 2012 but the Defense Ministry was dissatisfied with the system’s ground stations. The system has undergone extensive testing since then.
The decline of the ruble is giving Russian IT companies an edge in foreign markets, says the CEO of ABBYY, one of the country’s brightest new lights in tech
Under terms of a new agreement, Nokia will focus on a number of areas, including LTE, Cloud and Virtual RAN, 5G, GSM-R, IoT, navigation technology, intelligent robotics, and self-contained vehicles
In these countries, the Russian company may reach a potential audience of up to 60 million monthly users
Astro Digital took second place at Slush, one of the largest events for high-tech companies in Europe, which took place in Helsinki on Nov. 11-12. This year over 15,000 people visited the fair
The Moscow metro already provides free wireless internet
Moscow is the 13th city on global startup ecosystem ranking. No surprise – the startup drive runs here. But is it so exotic to the world?
We spoke to InfoWatch CEO and founder Natalya Kaspersky about the firm’s – and Russia’s – increasingly bright future