According to its DG Mikhail Demin, sales of the receiver will start in November.
Although they are initially expected to account for around 10% of all new equipment sales, this could grow to 50% by the end of 2017.
The receiver is being produced by Kaonmedia, with the software developed by NTV-Plus and Gazprom Media Technologies, which is part of Gazprom Media Holding.
NTV-Plus is the longest-established DTH platform in Russia, having made its debut in the mid-1990s.
It currently has around 1.2 million subscribers.