Often in an organization, a site is needed to provide protection and support for emergency services, such as law enforcement and fire fighters. However, most sites are removed from operation that are no longer needed due to changes in business strategy and use-cases. In the past, this meant that these sites have to be decommissioned, often at a high cost. The recent availability of decommissioning services provides a more practical and pragmatic solution to this problem.
Let’s talk about the benefits of hiring a decommissioning service like liquis to recycle your data centers and the value you acquire from the recycled parts.
1. A Simple, Pragmatic Solution To A Problem
When organizations are faced with the question of what to do with their tired, obsolete data centers they traditionally have two choices: remove them or retain and attempt to sell the equipment. Neither option is ideal or practical for every organization.
With the advantages of decommissioning services, a carbon copy of your data center can be created and reused.
A hardware recycle company can strip a leased data center down to its components, and recycle them into new equipment. This is a much more practical solution that it has been in the past. The challenge for clients is to decide which components, such as servers, networking equipment and storage should be recycled versus retained for eventual sale or decommissioned due to their diminished value.
2. Capital Cost Savings
In the past, data centers were typically built in a way that were more costly than they needed to be. This often resulted in companies asking for and receiving generous incentives to build new facilities. This is no longer an option due to budget constraints, and the fact that it is no longer acceptable for the industry as a whole to have high-cost data centers collecting dust. The cost of building new data centers has also increased dramatically over the last decade due to the custom nature of buildings and other construction costs.
With the decommissioning services provided by a hardware recycle company, a carbon copy of your data center can be created and reused. This means that you save money in the long-term by avoiding the cost of building new data centers due to budget constraints or the depreciation cost associated with doing so.
3. Minimizing Capital Investment In Data Centers
Lastly, there is no need to spend millions of dollars on new data centers if your business model is not going to change. When your company finds itself in an ever-changing or volatile environment, having a redundant or backup data center is one of the best ways to mitigate these changes.
The decommissioning services provided by a company like us allow you to get “up and go” quickly with minimal investments from the client. The data centers can be re-configured for virtually any type of business model that you might have today, or one that you might have tomorrow.
In addition, we can help you re-configure your data center in a way that allows you to take advantage of the more mature or proven equipment without forcing you to adopt what may be a less mature technology. This might allow your department or business unit to leverage existing systems and assets while they are being used in a “legacy” capacity for their intended purpose. This is not possible if these assets are no longer needed and removed from service abruptly.
Liquis Data Center Decommissioning & Recycling: Your Primary Partner In Facility Decommissioning
A once-over configuration includes everything from a house cleaning to a power and network hook-up. This gives us the ability to provide your data center with the proper hardware as well as software configuration that allows it to be retrofitted into your existing infrastructure.
With the recent emergence of data center decommissioning services, organizations and companies throughout need to make an informed decision about their options. The above represents only a few of the benefits of outsourcing data center decommissioning and recycling to a trusted partner.
At Liquis, we provide data center decommissioning services to our clients in order for them to capitalise their operations. In addition, we also offer hardware recycle services for those clients that are interested in selling their decommissioned devices or components. The team here at Liquis is well-trained on best practices and will provide the services that you need to run your business while maintaining the highest standards of ethical business practices and professionalism.
It is our top priority to deliver effective, cost-effective solutions to the decommissioning and management of data centers. To learn more about our services or to find out how we can help your business, call us at (800) 437-9703 or contact us online. Our team will be happy to discuss how we can help you with your needs.
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