We can rent hardware ranging from a pallet of laptops up to high-end, mission-critical equipment, such as servers, data storage devices, networking and telephony equipment. With our extensive inventory, we can get you the equipment you need when you need it and for as long as you need it at a fraction of the cost of buying or leasing.
Wondering whether renting is the best option for your company? See our checklist below.
SRT's Third Party Maintenance options can save you up to 50% on your current maintenance costs.
Don't let the Manufacturer bully you into buying a machine you do not need because they raised the maintenance cost of your current machine. SRT Systems allows you to manage your maintenance costs and take back control of your Data Center.
SRT offers multi-platform support on your IT Hardware, giving you ONE point of contact and ONE contract for all your IT support needs.
Sell us your used IT hardware. SRT purchases used IT hardware, ranging from PCs and laptops to Mainframe servers and storage. Make your old obsolete hardware an asset again by selling it to us for its maximum value.
Recycle your obsolete hardware, or let us help you dispose of it. If your hardware has no residual value, team up with SRT and our partners to make sure your hardware is recycled or disposed of safely. We have partners throughout the United States who can pick up your obsolete hardware and certify that it will be disposed of in an environmentally sound manner.
Why Rent with SRT?
- Flexible time frames ranging from 1-month to 1-year.
- Rent-to-Own Option: Please contact your Storage Resource representative for more information.
- Immediate availability of thousands of fully configured machines and parts.
When Should I Rent?
Peak Usage or Short-Term Projects: Renting is a cost-effective option if you only need the equipment for a short time.
Software Testing, Proof of Concept and Virtualization: Rentals let you test whether a new hardware or software solution will work in your data center before you purchase it.
Data Center Migration: Rentals can keep your data center operational during a move.
Disaster Recovery: In the event of a disaster or an unplanned outage, rentals can keep your business running until your own equipment is backed up.