Need to sell your company's used data center equipment? From backup tape media, tape drives, tape libraries, hard drives, servers, disk array, network hardware and more. You can sell old and used data center equipment to us in bulk. As a leader in corporate data center equipment recycling, we offer the best solutions throughout the entire IT lifecycle. Most ethical security standards to securely vaporize your corporation's data. And we’ll give you a certificate of data destruction for every data tape you sell to us to prove it.
When you sell used data center equipment to us we will cover:
We'll send a quote back to you.
Once we agree on a price, send us your used data center equipment. We'll even come to pick it up. Nice, huh?
Once the data is erased, you'll receive payment and a data-destruction certificate. You know, to hang on the fridge.
Don't underestimate the value of your used and seemingly obsolete IT assets, including your used data center equipment.
Many of our clients have been surprised at the value they got out of their used data center equipment, so don't be discouraged from selling your IT assets, even if they may seem too obsolete or too broken in your eyes.
How much value can you get from selling your used data center equipment?
The answer will depend on several different factors, including but not limited to:
Fortunately, nowadays, checking for the average market price of your used data center equipment that you are looking to sell should be fairly easy. You can simply search for similar goods on market price sites like eBay, Amazon, or even Craigslist and check the average market price for the equipment.
The process of selling your used data center assets and equipment is very simple:
Step 1: send us a list of used data center equipment (servers, hard drives, tape libraries, tape drives, storage tape media, disk arrays, network equipment, and other types of data center IT assets.)
Step 2: we'll send a quote back to you, listing our price offer for each data center equipment item
Step 3: you can either negotiate or accept the offer, and once we agree on a price, you can package and ship the data center equipment to our facility. If you want, we can also arrange to pick up the assets from your data center.
Step 4: we'll securely delete the data stored within hard drives and other storage mediums. According to your preferences, we also offer data center equipment recycling services.
Step 5: Once the data has been securely erased, you'll receive payment for your used data center equipment and data destruction certificates
We understood the importance of securely eradicating your data during the processes of selling and recycling your old data center equipment.
Depending on your needs and preferences, we may either perform secure deletion of data with the aid of state-of-the-art technologies or perform physical destruction of your storage tapes (i.e., degaussing, shredding, and so on).
We can perform the data eradication or data center equipment recycling at our facility or your data center (on-premises), depending on your preferences. Being R2v3 & RIOS certified, we will ensure to eliminate the risk of your sensitive information being compromised.
Being R2v3 & RIOS certified means Big Data Supply inc. has followed the best practices in the IT and electronics industry, especially regarding the treatment of old data center equipment and secure data management/deletion.
RIOS certification is an ANSI-accredited standard, certifying that a company that buying your old data center equipment is compliant with ISO:14001 (environment), ISO:9001 (quality), and OHSAS:18001 (safety).
R2v3 & RIOS certification is rewarded only to companies that have achieved high-level responsible data center equipment recycling standards.
Having your data center IT assets purchased and disposed of by R2v3 & RIOS-certified companies like Big Data Supply Inc. assures you a secure and consistent level of data center equipment recycling service anywhere and anytime.
In most cases, any associated disposal or data center equipment recycling fees are negated from the resale value of your equipment. Recycling fees are evaluated by the weight of the scrap commodity contained in the data center IT asset, which can vary depending on volume and value.