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    HP Procurves Prices

    Hi folks

    I'm looking to buy a few more HP Procurve 2510-48G switches and I wondered if anyone here has a good cheap source they could recommend.

    A quick look on Google gives prices of around £800

    Cheers

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    We go to BT Business or Medhurst-IT (Tom Drew), but don't expect a great deal if you buy 1 or 2. We got a great deal on 14 HP2920-24-PoE+ switches, retail £1500 got them for £865+VAT (£1038).

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    We use lowest price hardware - particularly for ZL modules - much cheaper that most competitors and next day delivery too.
    Lowest Price Hardware - The Lowest Price Hardware on the NET

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    I tend to go to Misco, CCS Media & BT Business. They usually go off to HP directly and get us a really good price even for a one off especially if the price you've seen is from a legit business and it's in stock.

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    AMC computer supplies ( AMC Computer Supplies Limited ) gave us a cracking price noone else could get near on our 5406's. May be worth a chat!

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    Try Primo IT, they normally beat Misco, BT Business Direct and Equanet on HP pricing. Insight are good on pricing to but their CS was shocking last time we used them.

    When you Google HP prices some of the suppliers listed come up with pricing that is way cheaper than the average, just make sure it is not a grey import as HP can get a bit funny on warranty
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    Thanks folks - I will give them a try. I have had a count up and I have at least 13 old Netgear switches that could do with replacing :-/

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    Quote Originally Posted by eddyc View Post
    We use lowest price hardware - particularly for ZL modules - much cheaper that most competitors and next day delivery too.
    Lowest Price Hardware - The Lowest Price Hardware on the NET
    WOW They are cheap! (Grey Imports??)

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    Quote Originally Posted by synaesthesia View Post
    AMC computer supplies ( AMC Computer Supplies Limited ) gave us a cracking price noone else could get near on our 5406's. May be worth a chat!
    I can't recommend AMC highly enough either, especially on HP gear as said above, no one else could come close! (and they aren't imports either)

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    Slightly off topic but if you can strech your budget a little further i'd go with the new the 2530-48G Switch's (J9775A)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MYK-IT View Post
    WOW They are cheap! (Grey Imports??)
    Not too sure, been using them for 7/8 years without an issue. Had a module problem at my last school and HP were happy to do a next day warranty job on it...

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    I'd get a price off @Millgate as Luke is usually pretty bob on

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    Last few lots of switches I've bought have come from CP Ltd, always a very good price.

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    Hi @truebluesteve,

    We have these in stock so I'll drop you a PM with pricing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tallwood_6 View Post
    Slightly off topic but if you can strech your budget a little further i'd go with the new the 2530-48G Switch's (J9775A)
    How do these compare with HP A5120-48G EI Switch (JE067A)? which we have many of (as previously were using 3COM products)
    I see that the switching capacity is higher on JE067A. I assume Comware is different? as i would need to setup up VLANS / AG Links between switches.

    Thanks

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