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Adventures in selling enterprise hardware

I recently acquired a fairly substantial amount of enterprise SAS SSDs, SanDisk LB406M, along with a HotLava 4x10Gbit SFP+ NIC, over 60 SAS 2.5in to 3.5in cradles, and a 60-Bay SAS server, with several 16 port SAS controllers. Starting down the road of liquidating them, I realized how many people have no idea that enterprise SAS is nothing like consumer SATA, specifically in terms of pricing. In addition to the above mentioned hardware, I acquired thousands of new multilane SAS cables, in various lengths. I have been liquidating these on eBay at a snails pace, but so far I am not losing money.

If you have an interest in cables, enterprise SAS drives, or 2.5-to-3.5 SAS cradles, or an interest in a giant 60-bay SAS server, let me know. I will give you a great deal.

I will post updates here as I continue making progress on the sales.

 

3 Responses for “Adventures in selling enterprise hardware”

  1. interested Says:

    still have? if so, please send to my email — and not necessary to publish this comment if you don’t want =]

  2. interested Says:

    still have? if so, please send to my email — and not necessary to publish this comment if you don’t want =]

  3. Oscar Says:

    Oh SAS SSDs might be interesting. Do you have any remaining?

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