IT House on June 20. According to Russian News Agency, the CEO of Russia's BFS CEO and joint owner Artem Zhilonov announced that it is planned to deliver the first self-developed automatic cash machine (ATM) to Russia in February to March next year. The delivery time of the batch equipment is set from February to March.
According to Zhilonov, these domestic automatic cash machines will be equipped with Russia's Elbrus processors, and the supporting software systems are also developed by themselves. The machine also has a unique design. However, cash recognition and processing modules and some components will be foreign. He emphasized that from a technical point of view, Russia's automatic cash machines will fully meet the needs of the market without losing Western equipment.
Zhilonov said that the first ATM machine will have at least 1,500 units. According to him, many large banks are interested in these devices.
IT House learned that BFS did not mention the specific situation of the Elbrus processor, but it is reported that the processor uses the Russian MCST fourth -generation 64 -bit ARM architecture. Considering that the performance of the processor's processor is not high, this aspect is also relatively easy to achieve the field of CPU replacement.