In response to the sanctions of America, English Ministry of Industry decided to find a replacement microchip from Intel and AMD, and create a range of domestic microprocessors Baikal topology 28 nm. Basis for them will be 64-bit Cortex A-57 British company ARM. Launch of the first 8-core processors Baikal M and M / S is scheduled for early 2015, and by the end of 2016 the Ministry of Industry plans to release a more powerful 16-core server processor. Development will “Baikal Electronics”, a subsidiary of the developer of supercomputers “T-Platforms,” and one of the investors will be “Rusnano”. As an operating system that will be used for all solutions, selected Linux. How much investment will require the project is still unknown, but it is expected that the bill will go to the tens of billions of dollars.