Do you ever find yourself asking, “How do I sell my backup storage?” Well if so, you’re in the right place!
There is a huge market for second-hand storage devices and components. As time passes and technology advances, our storage needs change. Inevitably, we will all need to upgrade our back up storage devices. Over the past 50 years, we have developed a method that allows us to pay top dollar for used and surplus storage devices and back up media while keeping it out of the local landfill.
We purchase all types of storage equipment, from back up storage devices for small business to back up storage for corporate servers. When it comes to the brand of storage devices, we don’t discriminate. Western Digital (WD), Samsung, Seagate, EMC, Dell, HP, and IBM backup storage devices are all welcome! We even love the backup storage for MAC.
Below is a short summary of the data back up storage devices we purchase:
A NAS appliance is a type of commodity hardware that includes its own dedicated storage disks and RAID that can easily scale as more capacity is needed. NAS appliances help businesses protect corporate data, enable file-sharing among employees and remote connectivity.
Direct-attached storage (DAS) is digital storage directly attached to the computer accessing it, as opposed to storage accessed over a computer network.
A storage server is typically less powerful than a standard server, but has more storage space, storage access interfaces and specialized data retrieval and management utilities. A storage server generally serves as a central point of access for data storage and access.
A storage array also called a disk array, is a data storage system that is used for block-based, file-based or object storage. The term is used to describe dedicated storage hardware that contains spinning hard disk drives (HDDs) and/or solid-state disk drives.