About

Russian Electronics

Microwave engineering, semi-conductor devices and materials holding

 

 

 

 

 

Roselectronics integrates the electronics sector ventures focused on designing and producing electronic materials, equipment, semiconductor products and microwave technologies.

The Holding company was established in the beginning of 2009 on the basis of the holding that was created in 1997. At the end of 2012 the Supervisory Board of the Corporation decided to integrate Sirius and Orion  groups of companies into the Ruselectronics Holding. State Corporation Russian Technologies owns 100% of the shares. 

‘RUSELECTRONICS’ TODAY

Rostec leads the process of consolidation of Russian research centres  working in the area of innovative electronics and nano-technology. Electronic sector is one of the most attractive sectors for investment over the next 15 years.

The holding plans to form clusters in regional industry, science and education associations in Novosibirsk, Tomsk, Saratov and Zelenograd in line with the large-scale state electronics sector modernization programme.

In autumn, 2012 the holding completed the first stage of creating an R&D centre Pulsar  that would use the talent and facilities of  Russian Science Academy, Russian Universities and affiliated research, development and production companies. Pulsar modernized some production facilities and founded innovative technologies implementation centre. It also reached a cooperation agreement with National Nuclear Research University MEPHI (Moscow Engineering Physics Institute). This cluster will comprise 5 companies: the Pulsar state plant, Pulsar research and production enterprise, Optron, SDC ‘MELZ’ and Central Design Bureau of Special Radiomaterials. 

130-110 nm chip producing plant construction was finalized in 2013.

Istok, a research and production enterprise, has designed the first Russian microwave production line with capacity of 1 million items per year.

Sukhoi, Phazatron-NIIR and Almaz-Antey experimental design bureaus are the largest customers of Ruselectronics. Ruselectronics produces approximately 80% of all Russian electronic-components and ensures that Russian strategic enterprises are not dependent on foreign suppliers.

PARTNERSHIP

In November 2009 Ruselectronics (Rostec) and French Alcatel-Lucent RT (Alcatel-Lucent) entered into a joint venture agreement. The JV was created for development and production of high-tech telecommunication equipment and its promotion in Russian and CIS markets. In 2012 the parties signed long-term collaboration memorandum on research, development and implementation of LTE technologies. According to the memorandum, under Alcatel-Lucent management a new integrated R&D centre will be created in Moscow using Pulsar facilities as a base.

The company comprises

• ‘Ruselectronics’ JSC, Moscow
•‘Giricond’, JS Со, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Plazma’ JSC, Ryazan Region
•JSC ‘SRIEEM’ Kaluga Region
•‘RMPCIP’ JSC, Ryazan Region
•OJSC ‘RRI ‘Electronstandart’, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Ferrite Domen Company’, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Electronics CSRI ‘ JSC, Moscow
•JSC CIME, Saratov Region
•‘Rosel’ House of Commerce CJSC, Moscow
•OJSC ‘NRI ‘Electron’, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Cyclone Co’, Moscow
•‘NIITOP’ JSC, Nizhny Novgorod Region
•‘Optron’, Moscow
•JSC ‘MosEP’, Moscow
•‘Logic’ JSC, Moscow
•‘Svetlana’ JSC, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Svetlana-Rost’ CJSC, Saint-Petersburg
•Angstrem, PJSC, Moscow
•Angstrem-M, PJSC, Moscow
•‘Russian Telecom Equipment Company’ CJSC, Moscow
•OJSC ‘Svyazdorinvest’, Moscow
•‘New Light Technologies’, Moscow
•‘Alagir Resistance Plant’ JSC, North Ossetia-Alania
•‘Razryad’ JSC, North Ossetia-Alania
•‘Radioexport’ Foreign Trade Association, Moscow
•OJSC ‘GERMANIUM’, Krasnoyarsk Region
•‘GRAN’ JSC, North Ossetia-Alania
•‘Omega’ JSC, Tomsk Region
•JSC ‘Research Institute of Electronic and Mechanical Devices’, Penza Region
•‘Oxid’ Novosibirsk Radio Component Plant’, Novosibirsk Region
•‘Electron’Construction General Management’, Moscow
•‘DZRD’  JSC, Tula Region
•JSC ‘MARS’ Factory’, Tver Region
•‘Semi-conductor device plant’ JSC, Mary El
•JSC ‘IPTD’, Moscow
•‘Ikar’ DB’ JSC, Nizhny Novgorod Region
•‘Nalchik semi-conductor device plant’ JSC, Kabardino-Balkaria
•‘NII Mashinostroeniya’ JSC, Smolensk Region
•‘SPA ‘Binom’ JSC, North Ossetia-Alania
•‘MELZ’ DB’ JSC, Moscow
•‘Smolensk radio-component plant’ JSC, Smolensk Region
•‘Topaz’ JSC, North Ossetia-Alania
•‘SPC ‘Rigel’ JSC, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Lithium-Element’ JSC, Saratov
•‘SPA TFP ‘OSTERM’ SPB’, Saint-Petersburg
•‘Nyima’ Progress’ FSUE, Moscow
•‘SPA ‘Istok’ FSUE, Moscow Region
•‘SPA ‘Pulsar’ FSUE, Moscow
•‘Pulsar State Plant’ JSC, Moscow
•‘SPA ‘Almaz’ JSC, Saratov Region
•‘SPA ‘Vostok’ JSC, Novosibirsk Region
•‘Novosibirsk semi-conductor plant and experimental DB’, Novosibirsk Region
•‘Vladykino Mechanical Plant’ JSC, Moscow
•‘SRI of semi-conductor plant’ JSC Tomsk Region
•‘SPA ‘Kontakt’ JSC, Saratov Region
•‘Vekshinsky vacuum equipment SRI FSUE’, Moscow
•‘SRI ‘Platan’ and Plant with SRI’, Moscow Region
•‘NIIEM’ JSC, North Ossetia-Alania
•JSC ‘SPE ‘Salyut’, Nizhny Novgorod Region
•‘SPA ‘Thorium’ FSUE, Moscow
•‘SPA ‘Cyclone-Test’ JSC, Moscow Region
•‘Specmagnit’ FSUE, Moscow
•‘Electronintoring’ foreign trade association’ JSC, Moscow
•‘Meteor’ plant’ JSC, Volgograd Region
•‘SPA ’Inject’ JSC, Saratov Region
•‘Saratovelectronproject’ JSC, Saratov Region
•‘Special design bureau of relay equipment’ JSC, Nizhny Novgorod Region
•‘Fryazino special construction and erection department’ JSC, Moscow Region
•‘Central DB ‘Deiton’ JSC, Moscow
•‘Electron-Optronic’ JSC , Saint-Petersburg
•‘SRI ‘Volga’ JSC, Saratov Region
•‘Scientific-Research Institute of Electrical Carbon Products’ OJSC, Saratov Region

And the constituents of Orion and Sirius.