History of computer hardware in Soviet Bloc countries
The history of computing hardware in the former Soviet Bloc is somewhat different from that of the Western world. As a result of the CoCom embargo, computers could not be imported on a large scale fro...
History of computer hardware in Soviet Bloc countries - Wikipedia
List of Russian IT developers
This list of Russian IT developers includes the famous hardware engineers, computer scientists and programmers from the Russian Empire, the Soviet Union and the Russian Federation.See also Category:Ru...
List of Russian IT developers - Wikipedia
Uzel (computer)
Uzel was the Soviet Union's first digital computer used on submarines, to assist in tracking multiple targets and calculate torpedo solutions. Uzel's design team was headed by two American defectors ...
Scientific Research Institute of System Development
Scientific Research Institute of System Analysis (abbrev. SRISA/NIISI RAS, Russian: НИИСИ РАН, Russian: Научно-исследовательский институт системных исследований Российской Академии Наук) - is ...
Elektronika
Electronika also spelt Elektronica (Russian: Электроника) is the brand name used for many different electronic products such as calculators, electronic watches, portable games and radios in the Soviet...
Elektronika - Wikipedia
MNOS
MNOS (meaning "MobilNaya Operatsionnaya Sistema" (МобильНая Операционная Система, МНОС), or "Portable Operating System") was a Unix-like operating system developed in the Soviet Union. It was derived ...
TIA-MC-1
The TIA-MC-1 (Russian: ТИА-МЦ-1) — Телевизионный Игровой Автомат Многокадровый Цветной (pronounced Televizionniy Igrovoi Automat Mnogokadrovyi Tcvetnoi; meaning Video Game Machine – Multiframe Col...
Kronos (computer)
Kronos is a 32-bit workstation of a proprietary architecture developed in the mid-1980s in Akademgorodok, a research center of the Russian Academy of Science near Novosibirsk.
In 1984, the Kronos...
Anatoly Shalyto
Anatoly Abramovich Shalyto (Russian: Анато́лий Абра́мович Шалы́то, May 28 1948, Leningrad, Soviet Union) is a Russian scientist, doctor of sciences, professor, awarded by Russian State Government ...
Anatoly Shalyto - Wikipedia
Minsk family of computers
Minsk family of mainframe computers was developed and produced in the Byelorussian SSR from 1959 to 1975.The most advanced model was Minsk-32, developed in 1968. It supported COBOL, FORTRAN and ALGAMS...
Strela computer
Strela computer (Russian: ЭВМ Стрела, arrow) was the first mainframe computer manufactured serially in the Soviet Union, beginning in 1953.This first-generation computer had 6200 vacuum tubes and ...
BESM
BESM (БЭСМ) is the name of a series of Soviet mainframe computers built in 1950-1960s. The name is an acronym for "Bolshaya Elektronno-Schetnaya Mashina" ("Большая Электронно-Счётная Машина"), literal...
BESM - Wikipedia
UKNC
UKNC (Russian: УКНЦ) was a Soviet PDP-11-compatible educational computer, aimed at teaching school informatics courses. It is also known as Elektronika MS-0511. UKNC stands for Educational Compute...
UKNC - Wikipedia
Pentagon (computer)
The Pentagon (Пентагон) home computer was a clone of the British-made Sinclair ZX Spectrum 128. It was manufactured by amateurs in the former Soviet Union. Its PCB was copied all over the USSR, which...
Pentagon (computer) - Wikipedia
Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre
Dorodnitsyn Computing Centre (Russian: Вычислительный центр им. А. А. Дородницына РАН) was established in 1955 and became a leading research institute of the Russian Academy of Sciences of the Sov...
Rapira
Rapira (Russian: Рапира, rapier) is an educational procedural programming language developed in the USSR and implemented on Agat computer, PDP-11 clones (Electronika, DVK, BK series) and Intel-808...
IS-DOS
iS-DOS is a disk operating system for Russian ZX Spectrum clones. iS-DOS has been developed in 1990 or 1991, by Iskra Soft (Leningrad, USSR).It handles floppy disks (double sided, with double density)...
IS-DOS - Wikipedia
Andrew V. Goldberg
Andrew Vladislav Goldberg (born 1960) is a computer scientist working primarily on design, analysis, and experimental evaluation of algorithms. He also worked on mechanism design, computer systems, an...
Sergey Alexeyevich Lebedev
Sergey Alexeyevich Lebedev (Russian: Серге́й Алексе́евич Ле́бедев; November 2, 1902, n.s. – July 3, 1974) was a Soviet scientist in the fields of electrical engineering and computer science, ...
ANDOS
ANDOS is a Russian operating system for Electronika BK-0010, Electronika BK-0011 and Electronika BK-0011M series computers. It was created in 1990 and first released in 1992. Initially it was develope...
ANDOS - Wikipedia
SOUD
SOUD, standing for System of Joint Acquisition of Enemy Data was a computerized intelligence exchange system where information acquired by the intelligence and security agencies from participating War...
DRAKON
DRAKON is an algorithmic visual programming language developed within the Buran space project.
The development of DRAKON started in 1986 and was directed by Vladimir Parondzhanov with the particip...
DRAKON - Wikipedia
Kiev Institute of Electrotechnology
Kyiv Institute of Electrotechnology in Kyiv, Soviet Union (now Ukraine) was a part of the Ukrainian Academy of Sciences. It is known primarily for the prominent achievements in the field of computer s...
Pavel Durov
Pavel Valeryevich Durov (Russian: Па́вел Вале́рьевич Ду́ров; born 10 October 1984) is a Russian entrepreneur, best known for being the founder of the social networking site VK, and later the Teleg...
Pavel Durov - Wikipedia
1801 series CPU
The 1801 series CPUs were a family of 16-bit Soviet microprocessors based on the indigenous Elektronika NC microarchitecture cores, but binary compatible with DEC's PDP-11 machines. First released in ...
1801 series CPU - Wikipedia
Elektronika BK
The Electronika BK was a series of 16-bit PDP-11-compatible Soviet home computers developed by NPO Scientific Center, the leading Soviet microcomputer design team at the time. It was also responsible ...
Elektronika BK - Wikipedia
Vilnius BASIC
Vilnius BASIC was a dialect of the BASIC programming language running on the Elektronika BK-0010-01/BK-0011M and UKNC computers.It was a quite advanced BASIC and featured a runtime threaded code compi...
Vilnius BASIC - Wikipedia