ServeRental Launches Server and Storage Rental Offerings, Helping Businesses Meet Their IT Infrastructure Needs Bangalore, India – ServeRental, a leading server and storage network rental company, announced today that it is offering server and storage rental services to businesses across India.
The company is committed to providing businesses with the latest and highest quality equipment from Dell PowerEdge, HP Proliant, IBM System x, and Oracle Sun x86 Servers to NAS storage and All Flash arrays. They understand that businesses need reliable and cost-effective IT infrastructure solutions, so they proudly offer customers the latest and highest quality servers, storage, and networking equipment on the market, all at the most competitive prices.
ServeRental has been in the server and storage rental business for over 15 years, and they have built an impressive portfolio of customers. The company’s team of tech experts are available around the clock to help customers get the most out of their rental experience. “Serverental team are committed to providing our customers with the highest quality service,” said CEO of ServeRental. “They have the experience and expertise to help them find the best solutions to meet their IT infrastructure needs.”
ServeRental is proud to offer the most competitive prices on the market. They promise to beat any server rental rate by up to 10%, making them the ideal choice for businesses looking to save money while getting the best quality equipment.
For more information about ServeRental’s server and storage rental services, please visit their website at www.serverental.com.
### About ServeRental is a leading server and storage rental company based in Bangalore, India. Server rental offers Server rental in Bangalore, and They rent servers in Chennai, Hyderabad, Pune, Kolkata, Mumbai and Delhi. Servers and Storage can be rented for a short or long-term duration. ServeRental, as a company they are known for its commitment and delivery.
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