VMware, Inc. is committed to complying with all applicable U.S. export/re-export laws and regulations. We observe applicable restrictions on the export and re-export of our products, services, or technical data.
If you are exporting or re-exporting VMware products, services, or technical data, U.S. export control applies to you, and you are required to ascertain your compliance obligations.
Please contact the VMware Legal Department with any questions regarding export compliance for our products, services, or technical data.
View the VMware Bundle Product Export Control Classification List PDF
Laws and Regulations
The U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of the Treasury administer and enforce the following export compliance laws and regulations:
- Export Administration Regulations (EAR), 15.C.F.R. Parts 730 et seq., administered by the Department of Commerce
- Foreign Assets Control Regulations and other related sanctions programs regulations, 31C.F.R. Parts 500 et seq., administered by the Department of the Treasury
It is important to note that an export or re-export transaction need not necessarily involve a sale of product. Exports or re-exports can also include the shipment or electronic transmission of software or technology for beta, quality assurance, demonstration, or other purposes. The release of software source code or technology within the U.S. to a non-U.S. national or non-permanent resident alien is also an export.
VMware prohibits any export or re-export of VMware products, services, or technical data to any destinations subject to U.S. embargoes or trade sanctions. The following countries are subject to U.S. embargo or restricted trade sanctions:
Cuba, Iran, North Korea (Democratic People's Republic of Korea), Sudan and Syria
The U.S. Department of Commerce and the U.S. Department of Treasury administer and maintain exclusion lists. VMware does not ship products to any entity or individual, whether in the U.S. or abroad, specified on these lists.