Big Cash For NYC

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P3 Systems is one of the leading buyers of network hardware, server and storage equipment, Voice over IP (VoIP), and telecom infrastructure in the New York Metro and Tri-state area. P3 purchases your used IT equipment such as network switches, routers, wireless access points and controllers, firewalls, VoIP Phones, servers and other IT hardware components. We buy network and IT hardware of all types and brands, including manufacturers such as Cisco,  HP, Netgear, Juniper, Avaya, Meraki, Aruba, Dell, EMC, and AdTran.  From large campus and whole datacenter decommission projects, to mid-level office trade-in deals and single phone swaps, P3 Systems is New York’s go- to company for network hardware buybacks.

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Founded in New York in 2007, P3 Systems has provided return value for thousands of local customers. P3’s Asset Recovery Program has allowed customers to make equipment upgrades easier by offering cash for your old IT equipment – greatly offsetting the cost of any replacement hardware you need to purchase. The advanced logistics process at P3 Systems has been key to facilitating New York City and Tri-state customers in selling their used Cisco and IT Equipment. Your organization can work directly with P3’s Operation Team to ensure a seamless transaction. Complimentary packaging materials (boxes, anti-static bubble wrap), and packaging assembly are always provided to make the process easier for the customer.

P3’s distribution and receiving center’s proximity to Metro New York has been a major advantage in allowing same day product assessment. Given New York’s high density of network infrastructure, P3 is the perfect partner to local businesses.

To get a value assessment and sell to us today, check out our easy to use buyback form by clicking here!

 

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