IT Decommissioning & Server Buybacks

Datacenter IT Decommissioning & Server Buybacks - Get the most out of your used IT assets

MET Servers can help you if you need to sell your used servers & IT assets. We offer easy buybacks, as well as full-scale IT decommissioning and data destruction services based on your company's requirements. 

While every server buyback is tailored to our customers, you can expect an experience that includes:

- Quick audit, fair valuation, & seamless payment- we process thousands of servers each month in our 40,000 square foot DFW warehouse. MET Servers will quickly audit your servers, provide fair valuation, and instantly issue payment. No red tape.
- Secure data destruction- if you have to meet data sanitization compliance requirements in health care or other fileds, we can work with downstream partners to help you generate the proper certificates of data destruction.

We can also offer full-scale decommissioning & reverse logistics services. Get in touch with us at [email protected] or (972) 798-1788 and we're happy to discuss your requirements!

For more information, you can also visit our parent company's website at MET International is a leading provider of datacenter hardware globally.

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Customer Feedback

"These guys offer amazing prices on server equipment. They also provide outstanding service & support for equipment we’ve previously purchased from them!"

Daniel C.

"Cool staff, nice and helpful. Able to get things worked out and purchased with ease. If you have questions they are super easy to contact. Local pickup or shipping (they have a huge facility along with a shipping dock). My friends and I have purchased servers, drives, etc hardware from them for our businesses and are a continued "go to" for anything we need."

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"This is a great place to get a custom server. They strip down, clean, and test everything before putting it together, fully upgrading the BIOS, and testing it as a unit."

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