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Baikal Electronics commented on reports of “defective” processors

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General Director of Baikal Electronics Andrey Evdokimov officially commented on media reports related to the experiment in assembling branded processors in Russia. In particular, he assessed the wording about the high percentage of defective products.


The Vedomosti publication recently reported that Baikal Electronics is testing a chip packaging process in Russia, and the result is a large percentage of defective products. Evdokimov did not agree with the negative assessment of journalists and said that the company only designs chips – it does not have its own production, specialists or equipment. Therefore, the assembly experiment did not initially assume serial quality of the product.

“Once again we see a resonance around our company caused by the material in Vedomosti and its further incorrect reprint under the headings “More than half of the Baikal processors turned out to be defective…” 
“Baikal Electronics” is a fabless company that develops, i.e. designs processors without its own production… As you might guess, the experiment is just an experiment, as it does not involve any serial assemblies, high yield of suitable ones… The results of the experiments at the moment give reason for very moderate optimism,” the insider’s Telegram channel quotes Evdokimov as saying Mikhail Gorshenin .

In addition, the head of the company said that he would talk about further developments in this context. According to available information, the assembly experiment has been carried out since 2021 at the enterprise of the Russian holding GS Group in the Kaliningrad region. It consists in the fact that the chips are packaged – at this stage of production, the crystal is installed in the package.

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