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The Russian company T-Platforms brings an all-in-one computer with a MIPS-based and designed in Russia Baikal-T1-SOC on the market. The Tavolga Terminal TB T22BT comes with the latest version of Debian 8.
The Tavolga Terminal is ordered and T-Platforms expected to begin in the second quarter with the delivery. With the computer, the company focuses on Russian government agencies and companies that do not want to rely on US and Asian hardware for safety reasons. The recommended price is 69,000 rubles, converted 860 euros.
The all-in-one, named Meadowsweet Terminal, contains a 21.5 “screen with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. The processor is a Baikal-T1-soc with two 32bit MIPS cores based on 2013 P announced 5600 series. There is 1MB L2 cache and clock speed is 1.2 GHz. Baikal Electronics introduced the soc a year ago.
The all-in-one processor can be combined with 2 to 8GB DDR3 and up to 8GB of onboard flash storage, supplemented with 2.5 “-ssd’s. The system also has four USB 2.0 ports, a memory card reader, Gigabit Ethernet and support for smart cards.
The operating system is Debian 8 and the manufacturer stresses that as the PC LibreOffice and Firefox can run, as well as thin clients with remote desktop apps and deploy VNC. T-Platforms is also planning to bring the system into a compact body without integrated touch screen.
Some countries make frantic efforts to break free from the influence of other powers in the field of technology. So experimenting Russia ALT Linux and ReactOS and Windows alternatives, has China NeoKylin operating system and works North Korea to the Fedora -based Red Star.Viewing:-115
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