Today’s IT hardware delivers incredible amounts of computing power. It is difficult to imagine applications that require more servers, faster memory and improved storage, but these requirements are inevitable. Our team will provide you with the IBM, Dell EMC and Cisco capacity planning necessary to add flexibility to your IT environment.

Plan for Cost Savings

Buying refurbished hardware is a cost-effective alternative to buying new products,  but there are long-term monetary benefits as well. When it’s time to upgrade your data center hardware, you may be faced with a decision:

“Should you replace all of your hardware or add to your existing footprint?”

 
While the first option is time-consuming, expensive and filled with application risk, the second is fast, easy and cost-effective.

Every product from Top Gun Technology is future-proofed by design. Our refurbished IT hardware runs on mature and proven system architectures, allowing you to add new hardware to your existing data center infrastructure, without having to learn completely new processes and procedures. When your workloads pick up, you can set up new hardware in less time with our selection of refurbished products.

We are available to help you find the right equipment for your current IT needs, and we can help you plan out a road-map for your future IT infrastructure.

Expect Higher Performance with Greater Returns

Whether you purchase a refurbished enterprise mainframe or storage our hardware is designed to scale up with your business, ensuring that you will:

  • Continue to run modern applications
  • Experience less IT downtime and bottlenecks
  • Have a plan for future performance enhancements

Our consultants are available to answer any questions you have about IBM, Dell EMC and Cisco capacity planning and third party maintenance. We help you identify specific products that best fit these options while addressing your future computing needs. You never have to worry about falling behind with performance while potentially reducing your overall IT spending.