Duluth GA Lenovo Servers Parts & Components Rack Tower & Micro Servers Released

Looking to keep computer technicians and users up-to-date with the latest in Lenovo servers, parts and components, iTek24, a Atlanta-based supplier of computer parts, has released another batch of genuine merchandise that comes with a manufacturer’s warranty and is backed by iTek24's extensive knowledge.

Duluth, United States - August 13, 2017 /NewsNetwork/ —

Duluth, Georgia-based, iTek24 Inc, a supplier of premium computer parts, has released new Lenovo servers, parts and components. With technology continually advancing, iTek24 sources the latest so that computer technicians and users stay up-to-date with changes. As such, iTek24’s release includes tower and rack servers, micro servers and integrated servers. All parts and components are genuine Lenovo and come with a warranty to give the purchaser peace-of-mind.

For more information visit https://itek24.com/server.

Recently launched, the latest Lenovo servers, parts and components are comprehensive. Therefore, the iTek24 website has a built in search feature to refine the selection based on the needs of the individual. For instance, those searching for Lenovo servers, parts and components visit their desired page – servers – then click on their requirements found on the side of the page under several headings such as ‘Form Factor’, Processor Type’ and ‘Standard Memory’.

With parts such as memory modules, management rings and solid-state drives, iTek24 also supply Lenovo upgrades, HBA’s and cabling. To find iTek24’s full range of Lenovo servers and parts, visitors to the site just need to click on ‘Brand Name’ in the site’s search feature.

So, whether a customer is looking for parts for a desktop, workstation or needs a server, iTek24 has all bases covered. Having been in business for many years with extensive computer knowledge and technical aptitude, the iTek24 team can assist anyone to find the correct Lenovo servers, parts and components to match their needs.

As one of the largest stockists of Lenovo servers, parts and components, iTek24 offer a 12-month warranty on most parts and components. They also pride themselves on understanding and fulfilling the needs of their clients, so that their computer delivers hundreds of hours of error-free use.

When asked about the new released of Lenovo servers, parts and components, a spokesperson for the iTek24 said, “This is one of the largest shipments we’ve had. The goods are all priced well and offer our customers some of the best Lenovo products on the market.”

To find out more about iTek24 and their latest Lenovo servers, parts and components, please call 844 483 5247 or visit https://itek24.com/server-components#/specFilt… and https://itek24.com/server.

Contact Info:
Name: Mr Anderson
Email: sales@itek24.com
Organization: iTEK24 Inc
Address: 3675 Crestwood Parkway Nw STE 400, Duluth, GA 30096, United States
Phone: +1-404-998-8484

For more information, please visit https://www.itek24.com/

Source: NewsNetwork

Release ID: 228544

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