EOSL - Guide to end-of-service dates for IT equipment – WeeeDoIT


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What is EOSL?

EOSL stands for "End of Service Life".
It's a term commonly used in the IT industry to designate the date on which a manufacturer or supplier officially stops providing maintenance services, technical support, upgrades and spare parts for a specific product.
This can have repercussions for companies wishing to keep their equipment. From the EOSL date onwards, it becomes more difficult to maintain and repair the product in the event of a problem. Such equipment falls into the "obsolete" category, even though it may still be useful for between 10 and 15 years.


The complete guide to manufacturer end-of-life dates (EOSL)

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