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New Product Offering by Network Hardware Resale Offers Customers Tier 1 Quality Memory at a Fraction of OEM Price

SANTA BARBARA, Calif., April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Network Hardware Resale, the world's leading provider of pre-owned and new networking solutions, has announced that they will be launching new branded memory with an exclusive buy-back promotion to new and existing customers. The introduction of the new product line provides customers with access to the highest quality server memory on the market as they continue to develop their current data centers.

Network Hardware Resale's Certified Memory provides customers with a significant cost savings in latest generation while also providing a Tier 1 product. Network Hardware Resale's full selection of server memory are offered at a significant discount off traditional OEM prices, and are tested and verified across a wide range of products and platforms. All testing and order management processes for Network Hardware Resale memory products adhere to ISO9001 and TL9000 standards, ensuring the highest standards in equipment testing, customer care, order fulfillment and are covered by a lifetime warranty.

"We are continually evolving to meet customers' networking and maintenance needs," said Mike Sheldon, President and CEO of Network Hardware Resale. "With the launch of our Network Hardware Resale Certified Memory, we can supply our customers with a top of the line product to support their current infrastructure. With the rise in SDN and the popularity of virtualization, our memory business continues to gain momentum. We provide clients with the best in network efficiency, reliability and satisfaction."

Network Hardware Resale Certified Tier 1-approved DDR3 Memory is compatible with all major server manufacturers including HP, Dell, IBM, Cisco, Supermicro, with advanced replacement warranty.

For more information about Network Hardware Resale branded memory, please visit:
http://www.networkhardware.com/NHR-Certified-Memory

Network Hardware Resale will be running their buy-back promotion from April 15th through May 31st. Customers can receive a credit at point of sale for any old or unused 4GB, 8GB, or 16GB DIMMs when purchasing a new NHR Certified Memory upgrade.

About Network Hardware Resale

Network Hardware Resale is the world's leading provider of pre-owned and new networking and data center solutions. Based in Santa Barbara, California, the company is an independent reseller of new and pre-owned equipment from Cisco, Juniper, HP, IBM and other manufacturers. As a Premier member of Dell's PartnerDirect Program and as an Elite Partner of Arista Networks, Network Hardware Resale also provides customers with access to new equipment at the best prices.

Network Hardware Resale also offers NetSure® Maintenance Program, a complete and customizable network maintenance solution and affordable alternative to traditional OEM maintenance. The company offers IT asset recovery, network monitoring and technical support services as well as a complete line of OEM and branded optical transceivers, memory, cable and accessories.

Founded in 1986, Network Hardware Resale provides global organizations quality and reliable networking and data center equipment, solutions, and services with access to personalized technical and sales support from its Santa Barbara, Dallas, New York City, Amsterdam, London, Tokyo, and Singapore locations.

For more information, visit http://www.networkhardware.com/NHR-Certified-Memory

Contact:
Sarah Main
Network Hardware Resale
805.879.0443
[email protected]

SOURCE Network Hardware Resale

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