IT Asset Disposition (ITAD) services play a pivotal role in promoting environmental sustainability. ITAD ensures proper e-waste disposal, preventing dangerous chemicals and metals from polluting landfills and ecosystems.
Key Industries affected and how the circular economy can alleviate their impact:
As environmental concerns grow, the ITAD industry's role in supporting sustainability and revenue goals becomes increasingly vital. Learn more about ServerMonkey's ITAD services and how they can support your enterprise's sustainability and revenue goals.
Effortlessly manage your IT assets and service contracts with ServerMonkey's TekShield. This all-in-one tracking portal simplifies every aspect of IT asset management. From monitoring assets and contracts to user management and requesting quotes, TekShield streamlines your experience.
Experience the future of IT asset management with ServerMonkey's TekShield. Elevate efficiency, enhance collaboration, and take control of your IT landscape with this comprehensive solution.
Incorporating AI into your business is no longer a choice but a necessity in today's dynamic tech landscape. AI-powered solutions offer unmatched opportunities for streamlined operations, better decision-making, and competitive advantage. Choosing the right hardware infrastructure is pivotal in this journey. Learn how ServerMonkey can guide you through this process for optimal AI integration.
Key Considerations for AI Hardware:
Effective AI integration hinges on the right hardware choices. Learn more about choosing the optimal hardware infrastructure in our full article.
ServerMonkey's operational team is prepared to handle IT equipment at every step, from inbound to outbound. Check out our team at work in our latest video!
The end of 2020 is near and you have some cash left in your budget. It’s time for your business to purchase some servers and a few questions come to mind.
But these questions overlook something fundamental, a question that could save you money as well as offer added flexibility.
“Should I choose new or refurbished?”
Today we’re doing something we’ve never done at ServerMonkey, and we think you’ll like it. We’re releasing 100% OEM compatible, ServerMonkey branded and supported optical transceivers for Dell Technologies and HPE, along with optical cables for Dell EMC. We’ve partnered with leading manufacturers of Tier 1 optics, used by the largest telecommunications companies, to ensure quality, reliability, and value.
This is a big deal for our customers. Now we have new ways to support them with the network connectivity options they need to build high-performance, high-reliability infrastructure. Instead of searching the web for the right transceivers, armed with a part number, a description, or even just a picture, they’ll be able to come to us for help, choosing optics from our full range of options, from 10Gb to 100Gb. We even have a parts compatibility matrix, making it easy for you to match an OEM part with the ServerMonkey equivalent.
Not only are we giving you a full range of options, we’ve made our options better. For starters, we’re keeping the cost of our optics around 40-65% of the OEM optics. We’re adding a lifetime warranty with next day parts dispatch. And we’re making sure that our customers can buy optics with their servers or as add-on parts to support existing infrastructure. In other words, we’re offering speed and simplicity others can’t match.
So what else do you need to know? They’re immediately available, here’s a link to the press release, a link to the optics section of our website, and if you want hands-on assistance, email us here with questions or sales inquiries. We’re ready to help!
In-house designed optical transceivers 100 percent compatible with OEM solutions with a lifetime warranty
HOUSTON, October 12, 2020 – ServerMonkey, an IT service provider that specializes in enterprise and SMB IT hardware, today announced a new collection of ServerMonkey optical transceivers and cables to help customers with a wide range of networking requirements for HPE, Dell EMC, and other major OEM brands.
The new ServerMonkey optical transceivers are 100 percent compatible with OEM solutions, enabling customers to buy and deploy transceivers for a wide range of HPE, Dell EMC, and other major OEM brands’ systems. ServerMonkey transceivers and cables are priced up to 60 percent less than OEM solutions and come with a lifetime replacement warranty, with replacements received within one to two business days if a part fails.
Are you curious how ServerMonkey refurbishes servers? To give you an idea, we’ve decided to take you on a journey. We’re going to let you experience what it’s like for a data center server to go through the refurbishment process at ServerMonkey. After all, our refurbishment process gives you what you’re looking for—a server with a new lease on life.
Where it all begins
As you know, many organizations replace their servers every couple of years because, back in the day, older servers weren’t reliable and processor performance doubled every 24 months. But today, servers are more reliable, processor performance gains are slowing, and organizations, from Amazon on down1, are discovering that late-model servers have plenty of value.
ServerMonkey helps organizations leverage that value.
We take our packaging seriously to ensure your server arrives safely and ready to go. We use special bags filled with foam that expands and hardens to conform around the server to keep it in place. Check out this video for a peek at our process!
How the Death of Moore’s Law Helps You Save Money
Ever heard of Moore’s Law? It’s an idea from the early days of microprocessor production that still matters today.
Gordon Moore, the co-founder of Intel, saw that the number of transistors on a microchip doubled about every two years. As a result, microchip performance increased dramatically after every generation. You remember those days – when every new Intel Xeon processor delivered nearly 2x the performance of the preceding generation.
But…there are limits, physical limits on the size of transistors and the complexity of chip design.