It appears that Western sanctions have served the domestic high-tech industry well, as it will now focus exclusively on Russian components.
In the city of Fryazino near Moscow, specialists of the Ruselectronics holding are developing a powerful domestic supercomputer. Its performance is 1, 2 petaflops, which corresponds to 1, 2 x 10 to the 15th power of operations per second. There are only a few computers of such operating power in the world.
The supercomputer will be used primarily in the interests of the Russian military-industrial complex, which will allow it to replace a significant part of field tests with high-quality computer modeling. The effectiveness of this simulation has already been confirmed in the design and testing of the 5th generation T-50 fighter.