Intel is the latest technology company to halt operations in Russia.
Intel Corp, a US chipmaker, said on Tuesday that it has halted commercial activities in Russia, joining a spate of other corporations that have left the nation in the aftermath of its invasion of Ukraine.
The firm said it has established business continuity measures to minimise impact to its worldwide operations after suspending shipments to clients in Russia and Belarus last month. According to Intel, the business continues to join the international community in denouncing Russia's conflict against Ukraine and asking for a fast return to peace.
IBM had also halted shipments after Ukraine requested cloud computing and software businesses in the United States to stop doing business with Russia.
In Russia, where corporations and government agencies have depended on technology created in the West as the basis for their owned-and-operated IT systems, IBM, Dell Technologies Inc, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co lead the market.
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