CORE Digital, assets auction TOMORROW! preview today, Toronto

By Mike Valiquette

Today’s day one of the CORE auction.  AS of 10 am this morning, the assets of CORE Digital are available for preview for tomorrow’s auction.  I posted a few weeks ago about this, but consider this your reminder.

More info can be found through Hilco Asset Sales Canada, for more info contact fguida@hilcocanada.com, or call 416-252-1955

Here’s the link.

The sale is at 461 King St. West, Toronto (@ Spadina)

Looks like they’re selling everything:

  • Massive IBM Xeon/Blue Arc Titan/Apple Servers & Net App Storage Disc Arrays
  • Routers
  • Hubs
  • Network Switches
  • Racks & UPS Units
  • (125) Mac/Apple PowerBooks & G5/4 Computers
  • (200) HP/IBM Xeon Desktops (loaded)
  • (75) Wacom LCD Tablets
  • Software
  • Accessories
  • (400) Monitors
  • 100’s of Desks & Workstations
  • Filing Cabinets
  • Video/Editing
  • Audio Visual
  • Security System
  • Cafeteria
  • Executive Suites
  • Plus Much More

The sale is at 461 King St. West, Toronto (@ Spadina)

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6 Responses to “CORE Digital, assets auction TOMORROW! preview today, Toronto”

  1. What a sad post. Kinda feels like diggin’ in someone’s grave.

    #3316
  2. Ooooo….very intriguing indeed. It will be interesting to see how this will play out. Please do not sell everything in bulk. I’d like to get at least one nice thing out of this.

    #3318
  3. Noonan

    It is not the end, just the transition to the next stage of the amazing people at CORE. I am sure we will be hearing from them again soon!

    #3323
  4. tek720

    Every thing is 5-7 years old!

    #3501
  5. Grim Reaper

    5-7 years old! That’s antique.

    #3713
  6. Bear

    Things to know: There is a 16% auction fee and taxes on top of that. Lots of the machines are old and have been sitting turned on for as much as four years straight. Nothing is turned on right now so you can’t check the specs. You can put in a proxy bid online just like e-bay but if you want something like a cintiq you’d have to proxy bid each one individually so you could potentially get stuck with a bunch of them. Your best strategy is to go in person all day or watch the bidding online live all day.

    #3720

Cartoon Awesome!