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The company launches all-Russian PCs using Arm SoC and Linux

IRU, a major PC manufacturer from Russia, has begun mass production of systems based on key domestic components. Including Baikal-M System-on-chip, Motherboard and Linux-based operating system. These systems are not proud of high performance, but are mainly designed for office workloads of various government agencies and government-controlled companies.

iRU’s PC lineup based on the Baikal-M platform includes 23.8-inch all-in-one computers, ordinary desktops and thin clients. The company Announce On its website (via Register). These PCs are powered by Baikal-M SoC and can be equipped with up to 32GB of DDR4 memory, up to 1TB of SSD and up to 3TB of HDD. The manufacturer installed Astra Linux, Alt OS, Red OS and other operating systems as well as software designed in Russia.

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