Turtle Wings offers de-installation service for data center consolidations and migrations. Consolidating data centers as technology improves and energy efficiency improves can be a significant cost saver for data center operators. However, this process must be carefully thought-out and executed in order to avoid any security breeches.
Our highly skilled, background checked employees, who are all American citizens, can come to your site and carefully dismantle any large electronic pieces. We have experience with data centers, large robotic arms, tape libraries, telecom equipment, mainframes, laboratories and production equipment. We provide our own tools and equipment. We can arrange for electricians too if there is still power flowing. Turtle Wings can record the make, model, manufacturer and serial number of all equipment for tracking purposes.
We vigilantly take away all the pieces that we have dismantled and carefully remove them from your facility without scratching walls and floors. Our moving equipment has rubber wheels to protect your facility. Our trucks have automatic lift gates so we pornxxxfuckcan accommodate any dock height or commercial building. After we have completed the removal, our employees return to do a thorough cleaning of the area where the equipment was housed, removing residual stains and marks.
In conjunction with our data center consolidation service, we can perform complete on-site data destruction with our Data Killers division. Our mobile hard drive and tape shredding trucks can perform destruction of classified materials or business sensitive materials with on-site shred sizes down to 10 mm.
In keeping with our landfill-free initiativeand our corporate mission of diverting materials from landfills, we will recycle computers and all other electronic pieces. Our computer disposal and electronics recycling is done domestically in full compliance with all local, state and federal regulations. As a certified company engaged in recycling electronics, our processes have been thoroughly vetted.