Need an ITAD partner for Asset Recovery or Electronics Recycling?
Every ITAD professional knows that asset recovery and electronics recycling are key to managing IT assets. That is why World Data Products is your first stop to sell networking, servers, and other aspects of IT Asset Disposition. We buy used switches and routers, servers, storage arrays, disk enclosures, hard drives, computer tape and even entire tape libraries. For over thirty years, We have provided asset recovery services for companies with data centers. Plus, we make the process easy!
Why do thousands of organizations from schools to major financial corporations trust World Data Products for asset recovery and help with electronic recycling? For starters, we have been in business since 1987 and deliver outstanding customer service. And, our ISO 9001:2015 Quality Management System ensures that we have procedures in place to guarantee the highest level of quality control.
Here is how ITAD works at World Data Products:
- Send us your equipment list in the form below, please include as much detail as possible regarding quantities and configuration. We will send an offer or contact you with any questions.
- Once there is an agreement on the equipment list and package price, we coordinate and pay for shipping to our facility.
- We send you a check, or you can use the amount as credit towards a new or refurbished hardware upgrade.
We buy used servers, networking equipment, and storage from many brands including Cisco, Dell, HP, UCS, IBM, Super Micro, EMC, NetApp, Arista Networks and others. We also buy and sell IP phones, Cisco and Ruckus wireless access points and controllers. Whether the package is a few surplus or used servers, or an entire data center, World Data Products will make the process of selling your decommissioned servers or used networking equipment a breeze!
To discuss selling used servers or networking equipment from your data center, call one of our Asset Recovery Specialists at 1-888-210-7636 today. Otherwise, please fill out the form below.