Cisco Systems is a name identical with high-quality networking hardware. It’s no wonder why many companies build their network around Cisco equipment. In addition to their robustness and long shelf life, Cisco products are a great investment and can be resold to help recoup a portion of the high cost.
Why do companies get rid of their hardware? There are many reasons. In some cases, companies replace equipment that is no longer functioning properly. In this case, equipment can either be salvaged or recycled, which amounts to getting small amounts of money for the value of the raw parts.
However, more often companies are either upgrading or downsizing, in which case the equipment they are selling on the secondary market still works perfectly well but is no longer part of the company’s “vision.”
The secondary market is an excellent way to purchase used Cisco equipment. There are many vendors spread out across Canada offering discounted products, like routers and switches. Since most companies actually house inventory, buyers stand a good chance of getting a required order filled quickly and packaged professionally. However, distance is still a big factor when placing an order, as shipping charges can add substantial cost to an out of state transaction.
This is why dealing with someone local will significantly cut costs. Network I.T. can help with that.
Some of the equipment Network I.T. offers are:
a. CCIE Equipment
b. CCNA Equipment
c. CCNP Equipment
Network I.T. is a certified reseller of used Cisco equipment in Toronto, the GTA, and throughout Canada.