The Case for Buying Recertified Hardware

The Case for Buying Recertified Data Center Hardware

As IT demands increase and IT budgets continue to be slashed, there’s never been a better time to consider recertified hardware. Virtually any server, storage device, or switch is available on the secondary market, and at a fraction of its initial retail price. Moreover, unlike refurbished hardware, recertification implies that pre-owned equipment has been restored according to standards established by …

Four Common Myths About Recertified Hardware

Four Common Myths About Recertified Hardware

What Does “Recertified” Mean? Recertified Hardware implies that equipment has been refurbished according to standards established by the manufacturer or some other certifying organization. It simply provides another level of assurance that you are buying a quality piece of equipment. Recertified equipment allows businesses to reap all the benefits of used equipment (notably the 30% – 50% discounted retail price) …

Three Reasons to Consider Recertified Hardware

Three Reasons to Consider Recertified Hardware

Anyone that’s ever shopped around for data center equipment knows the term “recertified” means huge savings are headed your way. But at the same time, that word also tends to inspire feelings of uncertainty and doubt. However purchasing new-in-box data center hardware often isn’t possible as growing businesses are increasingly finding themselves in a place where they require more equipment …