Dell is totally done doing business in Russia and has ceased all operations in the nation due to the continuing invasion of Ukraine.
Last March, the company halted sales in Russia, and now a Dell spokesperson has told Reuters that it “closed our offices and ceased all Russian operations” in mid-August, adding that “the vast majority of Dell’s R&D center specialists and support engineers in St Petersburg and Moscow have already received job offers with competitive pay from Russian producers.”
Dell is not the only corporation that has opted to halt or suspend operations in Russia. A number of IT behemoths took part in the sanctions, including Google declaring bankruptcy, IBM suspending Russian staff, and INTEL and Nokia ceasing business in the nation.
All of the companies involved in the sanctions are attempting to persuade Russia to reconsider its reliance on foreign companies.