08 Apr 2022 -

Intel suspends all operations in Russia – The Register

Intel is temporarily halting all business operations in Russia following the decision a little more than a month ago to pause sales to both Russia and Belarus, reports The Register

In a statement, Intel said:

“Intel continues to join the global community in condemning Russia’s war against Ukraine and calling for a swift return to peace. Effective immediately, we have suspended all business operations in Russia.

The Register says, “Russia’s semiconductor market is not built to take the strain of reduced supply: it is relatively underdeveloped, and contract manufacturer TSMC recently compounded the situation by confirming it would not be building chips for Russian clients.

“Large swathes of the IT industry in Europe and North America have responded to the war in Ukraine with condemnation and by pulling out of Russia, including IBM, HP, Dell, Microsoft and more.”

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