DATA INSTRUMENTS, INC
Incorporated in Atlanta, Georgia in 1989 with over 30 years experience buying and selling Cisco switches and routers, Dell PowerEdge, HP Proliant and Sun Microsystems servers, Dell Powervault, Sun StorEdge, HP StorageWorks and EMC disk and storage arrays.
In these difficult economic times maximizing ROI is a key component in any successful business strategy. Purchasing refurbished systems and components from Data Instruments will extend the life cycle of your initial investment and help you to avoid the higher cost of replacement and the rapid devaluation inherent in new system purchases.
With a wide range of inventory available at reduced prices and quick delivery, Data Instruments offers significant savings on current technology. We stock a multitude of EOL, current and new technology items for both maintaining and upgrading older systems to current technical engineering levels. Data Instruments can save you both the time and headaches of locating difficult to find system components as well as saving your budget with pricing that can be discounted as much as 90% off of list prices.
Data Instruments, one of Atlanta's oldest computer dealers, purchases used, excess and surplus computer and network hardware through direct purchase transactions, future purchase credits and a trade-in program. Selling your surplus hardware to Data Instruments by way of credit sales and trade-ins will return funds directly into your department budget to aid in cutting costs. Give us an opportunity to explain how our unique purchase transaction program works.
Maximize the return on your investment. Save yourself precious time. Reduce budget outlays. Extend the life of your systems. All with one call to Data Instruments. 1-770-919-2400.
Systems Technician, Customer Service
Ten years computer hardware experience, bilingual.
Manager, Sales and Purchasing
BSBA Xavier University of Ohio, 28 years in the computer hardware industry.
Sales and Purchasing Representative
MBA Atlantic University, 15 years in the computer hardware industry.