Technology is booming and along with its pace of new components to keep up with the demands of data mining, artificial intelligence, augmented realities, and mobile workforces. Global IT spending is a 3.87 trillion-dollar industry and shows no signs of slowing down. And keeping everyone connected takes powerful networking equipment. As your company invests in technology to stay ahead, don’t let your unused IT assets go to waste. will buy your new and used networking equipment like switches, routers, firewall/security components, wireless controllers, access points, media conversion tools, VoIP, and more

Network Switches

Networking switches are the backbone of your computer network. Don’t overlook this important component when making IT upgrades. We buy all major types of switches, including modular, managed, unmanaged, fixed configuration and smart switches. Cisco networking systems are the most common, but we buy components from popular brands like HPE, Dell, Brocade, Foundry, Arista, Juniper, Extreme, Intel, Mellanox and more. The following are some popular Cisco switches:

  • Cisco LAN Access: Catalyst 9400/9300/9200 series; Catalyst 1000 series; Meraki MS series, and Catalyst PON series.
  • Cisco LAN Compact: Catalyst 1000 series, Catalyst Micro Switches, Catalyst Digital Building Series, Catalyst 3560-CX series, Meraki MS120-8.
  • Cisco LAN Core and Distribution: Catalyst 9600/9500/9400 series; Meraki MS400 series
  • Cisco Data Center: Nexus 9000 series, Nexus 3550 series, MDS 9000
  • Cisco Industrial Ethernet: Cisco IE5000/IE4000/IE3400 heavy duty series; Catalyst IE3400 rugged series.
  • Cisco Small Business: 250 series; 350 series; 110 series; Catalyst 1000 series.
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2 Routers buys enterprise routers of all sizes across all major brands, including Cisco, Juniper, HPE, Brocade, D-Link, Asus, Netgear, Belkin, and more. Modern routers provides powerful networking for the WAN, LAN and cloud. Some of the popular models are as follows:

Catalyst 8300/8200 Serie, ISR 4000 Series, ISR 1000 Series

  • Branch: Catalyst 8300/8200 Serie, ISR 4000 Series, ISR 1000 Series
  • WAN aggregation: NCS 500 series, NCS 5000/5500/5700 series, Catalyst 8500 series, ASR 900/1000 series.
  • Service provider: 8000 series, NCS 500/5500/5700 series, ASR 9000/900 series.
  • Industrial: Catalyst IR1100/1800 Rugged, Catalyst IR8100 Heavy Duty, Catalyst IR8300 Rugged, and IoT gateways.

Small Business: ISR 1000/900 Series, Meraki MX Security Appliances, Small business RV series.

Wireless Devices

There are more than 9 billion wireless devices in the world, and it takes a lot of computing power to keep them all connected. As your workforce becomes more mobile, upgrading wireless networking devices will become essential to keeping everyone online. will buy your extra wireless devices, including indoor access points, outdoor and industrial access points, wireless controllers and cloud-managed access points. Cisco indoor access points are designed for centralized or stand-alone access. Outdoor access points are designed to withstand rugged conditions. And Cisco LAN controllers help you manage your distributed wireless access points.


Optics & Transceivers

Optical transceivers turn data into light for transmission on fiber-optic networks. We buy all brands of new and used optical transceivers. Cisco is the most well-known brand, but we will also buy components from HPE, Brocade, Dell, Juniper, Extreme, Arista, and more. Some of the most popular transceiver modules include Cisco 400G transceiver, Cisco 100G transceiver, Cisco 40G transceiver, Cisco 25G transceiver and Cisco 10G transceiver modules.

How to Choose the Right Industrial Switches

An industrial switch or ethernet switch uses mainstream technology like TCP/IP protocol to connect ethernet nodes in a rugged environment. If you need network access in a manufacturing plant that is exposed to plenty of dirt, debris, and moisture, then you need to upgrade from a commercial switch to an industrial switch.

  1. Determine the type of network switch that fits your operation: unmanaged switches are simple and open, managed switches are complex, more secure, and require dedicated IT staff to manage.
  2. Choose a PoE Switch: Power over Ethernet switches allow for devices like VoIP phone systems and cameras to be connected to the network.
  3. Determine network speed requirements: For email and general file transfers, networks between 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps are sufficient. Large file transfers like high-quality video will require speeds of 1,000 Mbps or greater. And data-intensive networks start at 10GB speeds, which have become the industry standard for corporate networks.
  4. Determine the number of ports: A single switch offers between 2 and 64 ports. Choosing an appropriate number of ports is important to building a connected network. You will want enough ports to accommodate all connected devices, plus extra ports for future growth.

Don’t forget to take the unknowns of future growth into account when building a new network. Features like programmable software will change the number of connected devices at any given time, and your network should be able to scale bigger or smaller as needs dictate.

How to Choose an Industrial Router

Industrial routers take on a lot more work than your typical home-based wired or wireless router. Even in typical office settings, router networks rely on multiple devices, including core routers and edge routers, to disperse the workload. But in an industrial environment, a single device tackles the entire network, and it is often in less than ideal conditions. This means that choosing the right industrial router is a complex decision.

Factors to consider when choosing an industrial router:

  • Temperature
  • Housing and Mounting Durability
  • Wireless Technology
  • Industry Compliance
  • Long Term Support
  • Type of Power Supply
  • Central Management Interface
  • Cloud Integration
  • Availability
  • Ability to Run Additional Applications
  • External Antennas

SFP Transceivers

The industry standard is small form factor pluggables (SFP). These transceivers offer high-performance connectivity, allowing for more flexibility with copper and optical cables. The SFP transceiver links switches and routers to the network. The key differences in SFP transceivers are bandwidth, wavelength, and distance capabilities.
Your transceiver choice is dictated by compatibility with your network cables. For example, a single node fiber requires a single node transceiver and multinode fiber requires a multinode receiver. Once you find a match, you’ll have more choices to make, like bandwidth. Most manufacturers use bandwidth ratings as a marketing tool and make the information clearly available in the product information, often in the model name.

As a general rule:

  • SFP modules go up to 4.25 Gbps
  • SFP+ modules go up to 16 Gbps
  • SFP28 modules go up to 25 Gbps per channel

As you upgrade your equipment, you may be looking to sell the extra modules as you replace them. At, we make it easy to get top dollar payments for your IT assets. There is no haggling, just an honest best market offer. To get started, request a quote online. If you accept our offer, we will arrange shipping and send your payment within 24 hours of delivery and inspection. buys networking equipment and a wide range of IT assets, so it is easy to get rid of all your extra components in one place. Our simple process takes the work out of finding buyers and making sales. If you have IT equipment and components like GPUs, CPUs, SSDs, memory, or any other components, we can make an offer!

Frequently Asked questions

If you are new to reselling your technology equipment, there may be lingering questions. We have rounded up the common sticking points here to help.