Sell Surplus Cisco

Do you have surplus Cisco equipment you are interested in liquidating or re-marketing? Selling surplus IT and networking hardware that has accumulated in your business as a result of recent upgrades or changes is fast and easy with We offer a wide range of Cisco Asset Recovery services designed and implemented to help you achieve the best possible return on surplus Cisco equipment you no longer need.

Surplus Cisco

Unneeded networking equipment like routers, switches and IP telephones can quickly accumulate within an organization as a result of networking upgrades, router capacity upgrades and other natural product lifecycle events. This equipment often retains significant market value, and can be sold in order to offset a portion of the cost of your recent upgrade. If you are considering upgrading your network in the near term, also offers attractive trade-in allowances on Cisco surplus equipment. If you are interested in upgrading your network or adding new Cisco equipment to your network, we can help make your upgrade easy and affordable.

We also purchase surplus Cisco networking, wireless, security and telecom equipment that may be available as a result of a lease-end event. Contact us today for an immediate bid on off lease Cisco products you no longer need.

Selling your surplus Cisco routers, switches, firewalls, security appliances and IP telephony hardware is fast and easy with To get started, simply give us a call at 877-58-CISCO or complete the quick contact form below. A buyer agent will contact you within 24 hours to discuss your Cisco surplus inventory, and the available asset recovery options we can offer.

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