Dell announced its withdrawal from Russia

Dell took first place in the supply of servers to Russia, the market share was 21%. A photo: Shutterstock

The American manufacturer of computers and servers Dell finally left Russia in mid-August, this information was confirmed by the representative of the company Mark Siemenas, reports “Commentary”.

“In mid-August, we closed all our offices and stopped all operations in Russia,” a company spokesman said. “Back in February, we made the decision not to sell or service our products in Russia, Belarus, and the Donetsk and Lugansk regions of Ukraine, in addition to the already embargoed Crimea.”

Previously, a number of media outlets reported on the closure of the Russian branch of Dell. The company’s employees in Russia, of which there were 450 people, are likely to continue working with another legal entity. They will be paid up to eight salaries upon dismissal. In addition, employees are given equipment for free, leave VHI for the family until the end of 2022, and some are also paid a bonus.

Dell took first place in the supply of servers to Russia, the market share was 21%. The company suspended the supply of equipment to the Russian market after the start of the war in Ukraine.

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