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The colocation marketplace in New Jersey is hot, boasting more than 60 data centers, with Piscataway sitting at the epicenter with ten in that city alone.  It’s the type of data center concentration that has allowed the Garden State to become a leader in data storage and management, with Secaucus, Jersey City, Newark and Carlstadt facilities juggling their need for growth with the complexities of decommissioning to support it.Enter OceanTech, a company focused on integrity, with decommissioning teams that include expert technicians who not only understand the protocols and processes of working in highly secured facilities, but who have completed literally thousands of decommissioning projects which includes numerous in New Jersey.Our data center decommissioning projects always include the development of intricate plans before even one component is unplugged.  Plans cover all server and hardware de-installation, de-cabling from the network, and every single detail, sometimes down to rail and rack removal for complete data center relocations.Asset recovery services allow data centers to sell their used equipment to OceanTech, often covering the cost of data destruction (on site or off), documentation, transportation and other services.  This service makes data center commissioning with OceanTech one of the most cost-effective solutions on the market today.  If equipment has completely depreciated, OceanTech manages disposal through Responsible Recycling practices.Professionalism is key to our success, and with hundreds of satisfied customers across the United States, it’s a quality that we’ve proven again and again.  In-depth knowledge of compliance and regulatory issues helps to ensure that decommissioning projects are executed with security and care from start to finish.With all New Jersey decommissioning projects, data sanitation and physical hard drive destruction is never outsourced.  Every piece of equipment in a de-installation is carefully logged and tracked from the time it is unplugged through its transport in a GPS monitored vehicle back to our facility, and on through data destruction and electronics recycling.As New Jersey continues to grow its inventory of data centers, OceanTech continues to provide full-service decommissioning, de-installations, asset recovery, data destruction and more.  Find out why OceanTech has become New Jersey’s choice for data center decommissioning by contacting us today.
Integrating Risk Management

Integrating Risk Management

In today’s digital world, all organizations face IT risks irrespective of their size. ITAD entails getting rid of unwanted or obsolete IT resources in an ecologically-responsible and safe manner. It’s an important part of risk management and should be incorporated into your company’s corporate data security strategy.

Considering ITAD or Recycling?

Considering ITAD or Recycling?

What if we said you might be sitting on value you don’t even know is there? Now what if we told you that there is value in the old IT Assets and Electronics sitting in your IT closet just waiting to be replaced or upgraded?

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