United Instrument-Manufacturing Corporation from Russia local-made communication equipment TASS 10706163

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United Instrument-Manufacturing Corporation from Russia local-made communication equipment.
Russia’s United Instrument-Manufacturing Corporation and RT-Inform Enterprise will show domestically-made communications equipment for the Safe and Secure City system at a conference on the digital industry in Tatarstan in the Volga area, the corporation’s press office said.
     
Russia’s United Instrument-Manufacturing Corporation and RT-Inform Enterprise will show domestically-made communications equipment for the Safe and Secure City system at a conference on the digital industry in Tatarstan in the Volga area, the corporation’s press office said.
     
The United Instrument-Manufacturing Corporation and RT-Inform Enterprise are subsidiaries of Russia’s state hi-tech corporation Rostec.

"The new equipment ensures reliable data protection and is designed to replace widely-used foreign-made analogs in key communications segments," the press office said.

"The equipment allows setting up operator, corporate and departmental communications networks. It can serve as the basis for critically important infrastructure, in particular, the Safe and Secure City system," the press office added.

As United Instrument-Manufacturing Corporation CEO Alexander Yakunin said, most developments of the corporation are based on Russian circuit technology, software and electronic components.

"This ensures the required reliability level, the absence of hidden bookmarks and data protection. Today, these qualities are relevant for the state-run and large corporate sector, the defense industry and other strategic enterprises," Yakunin said.

The Safe and Secure City multilevel smart system is an integrated complex designed to monitor and control field services in real time and increase the efficiency of their actions at all the stages of daily activity from forecasting and the prevention of threats to their localization and elimination.
     
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