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As an industry based on transferring voice, data, text, sound and video, the volumes of IT electronic and electrical components is massive. Proper management of these devices (whether working or not) is critical to ensure compliance with regulatory requirements and guarantee confidential data destruction. Sims Recycling Solutions can provide the telecommunications industry with added service offerings which include decommissioning and harvesting services for data centers, telecom switch centers, cell cabinets and enclosures, server farms and cell towers. Sims also offers mobile device (smartphones and tablets) refurbishment, resell and recycling. Sims’ all-encompassing global disposition services can help you manage all retired telecom equipment with less risk and more return.

Industries Served

  • Wired telecommunications carriers
  • Wireless telecommunications carriers
  • Telecommunications resellers
  • Satellite telecommunications
  • Cable and other program distribution

Sims provides:

decommissionDecommissioning of data centers and other technology assets

global solutionLocal, regional, national and global IT asset recovery and IT asset disposition partners

recyclingComplete refurbishment, redeployment, remarketing and recycling services for IT assets

Lease buyback program to maximize your ROI on returned leased assets

online portalOnline portal for real time asset tracking, reporting and certificates of destruction

Common Equipment and IT Assets Processed by Sims

Did You Know?

  • The Federal Communications Commission announced its intention to fine two telecom companies $10 million for data security violations. Source

  • In Europe, nearly 80% of the population were unique mobile subscribers at the end of 2014. Source

  • South Korea ranks No. 1 with the fastest average internet speed of 22.2 Mbps. Source

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