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Data center Decommission & migration Services

Decommissioning, consolidating or moving one or many company-owned data centers is a daunting task. Within most companies there are overlapping areas of responsibilities concerning the many assets involved. Liquis works with your company to satisfy all the stakeholders involved quickly and efficiently while minimizing expenses. Liquis uses the same dedication & care that went into creating your data center to return it to its original condition.

Going through a data center decommission, whether you’re just updating current equipment or handling a facility shutdown, is more and more common in the IT industry, and Liquis can help you through the process. When you need to remove generators, power systems, and servers, turn to our experienced professionals, who make it their mission to make the transition as smooth as possible for both you and your business.

  • Data Center Decommission
  • Data Center Migration

Data Center Decommission Services from the Experts at Liquis

Going through a data center decommission, whether you’re just updating current equipment or handling a facility shutdown, is more and more common in the IT industry, and Liquis can help you through the process. When you need to remove generators, power systems, and servers, turn to our experienced professionals, who make it their mission to make the transition as smooth as possible for both you and your business.

At Liquis, we customize our services to suit your particular needs and to meet any specific constraints you have. We will manage a variety of assets and multiple stakeholders, and we will also develop different strategies depending on the quantity of assets and any time constraints you have. Our expertise means that you can focus more time on your core competencies and leave the complete liquidation of all of your data center items to our skilled professionals.

Contact Liquis today to learn more about how we can help with your data center decommission, or to find out more about our other services, including e-waste disposal, IT asset recycling, and hard drive destruction.

Liquis can provide a wide range of services during your data center decommissioning process, including:

  • Appraisal of equipment
  • Liquidation of equipment
  • Removal of cables, conduit, wiring, and piping
  • Clean up of the facility
  • Detailed reporting on any recycling, sales, and internal reuse
  • Disassembly and rigging
  • Rebuilding or repair of walls, ceilings, and floors
  • Redeploying items to your other facilities
  • Recycling of any item that cannot be repurposed or sold
  • Complete purchase of assets

Data Center Migration Assistance from the Professionals at Liquis

Your company may be considering a data center migration due to space, cooling, or power limitations at your current location. If that’s the case, you shouldn’t let just anybody help you as you prepare for such an important transition involving so much valuable equipment and data. At Liquis, our team of experts has the experience, knowledge, and resources to make the migration process as smooth as possible. We understand that with the variety of assets and number of stakeholders involved, the process may seem daunting – and that’s before factoring in any time constraints you have to work within.

We will develop a plan specific to your needs in order to clear out your current data center in the most efficient way possible. After our professionals are finished removing assets, cleaning up the facility, and making any repairs, we’ll move your servers and other items to your next data center facility.

For more information about how Liquis can make your data center relocation simpler, contact us today. We can also offer a variety of other services for your business, from executing a facility shutdown and destroying data to recovering and recycling assets.

Planning the relocation is stressful enough, so we offer a whole range of services to prepare for your data center migration, including:
  • Removal of cables, piping, and wires
  • Removal of raised floors
  • Repairing floors, walls, or ceilings
  • Recycling or disposal of assets that aren’t worth moving
  • Decommissioning and removal of air conditioning units
  • And more
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