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1 Jun 2022

Author:
Steven Burke, CRN

HPE exiting Russia & Belarus over war in Ukraine

HPE shuts down Russia, Belarus operations over Ukraine war, 1 June 2022

Hewlett Packard Enterprise is shutting down its Russia and Belarus operations in the wake of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.

HPE said it is “proceeding with an orderly, managed exit” of its remaining business in those countries as a result of the invasion.

HPE had already suspended shipments to Russia and Belarus soon after the invasion began in late February.

“We decided to wait 90 days to see if there was some sort of resolution to the conflict,” said HPE CEO Antonio Neri in an interview...with CRN. “We totally condemned the Russia invasion. Unfortunately there is no resolution in sight, and it is no longer tenable for us to maintain our operations there”...

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