The share of domestically produced computers in the Russian market by 2028 will be 100%, Alexander Khinshtein, chairman of the State Duma Committee on Information Policy, Information Technology and Communications, said at a post-session press conference. autumn.

The State Duma called the terms for the complete replacement of foreign computer technology with Russian

According to the deputy, today the participation of these teams barely exceeds 11% of the total volume of the domestic market. Notably, only 16% of storage systems and only 28% of all servers used in the country are produced in Russia.

“It is impossible to achieve technological sovereignty without moving away from dependence on imports,” said Khinshtein, recalling that this was precisely the task that President Putin set himself for 2023.

The deputy said that he raised this issue during a discussion with the head of the Ministry of Digital Development, Maksut Shadayev. According to him, the department, as well as the Russian government and the Ministry of Industry and Trade, assure that “the line will be 100% closed by 2028.”

Earlier, Maksut Shadayev said that since the largest foreign technology companies left Russia, the country has achieved digital sovereignty. At the same time, the minister noted that only 20% of software categories that are used in the economy, at industrial enterprises, have “suitable mature Russian counterparts.”

In early November, Deputy Prime Minister Dmitry Chernyshenko announced the allocation of 28 billion rubles by the Ministry of Digital Development for software import substitution projects.

However, it later became known that the department will use additional incentives for developers. For them, anchor customers must be found in advance, guaranteeing demand for a solution that does not yet exist. In this case, the state compensates 50% of the cost of the finished product. Experts argue that such steps are associated with a lack of funding.

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Natalia Gormaleva

Source: RB

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