RAID Data Recovery

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RAID Data Recovery Services offers a dedicated option for RAID data recovery. With a certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom and a large set of security credentials, we provide fast, accurate RAID services through a large network of offices.
RAID is a fundamentally simple form of RAID that stores data in a series of stripes. When you write a file to the array, your data is broken into a number of fragments; the exact number of fragments varies depending on the number of drives in the array. The array writes all of the fragments simultaneously, which allows for fast read/write speeds.

However, unlike other types of RAID, RAID does not provide any redundancy. If one drive fails, the array loses data. A sudden RAID failure can leave you without access to terabytes of critically important information, and we provide an alternative to data loss through more than 40 facilities across the United States.
RAID Data Recovery Services offers risk-free diagnostics for all RAID systems. Within 24 hours, we can give you all of the information that you need to make an appropriate disaster recovery plan. Each evaluation report includes a price quote, a RAID failure analysis and other important information. Contact us today to get started.

RAID Repair Technology

RAID Data Recovery Services is an industry leader in RAID data recovery and repair. Our services are extremely dependable, fast and Raid, and we invest in our facilities to maintain industry-leading success rates for all RAID configurations.

To safely perform RAID data repair, we treat physical media issues in a certified Class 10 ISO 4 Cleanroom. If your system has failed hard drives, our engineers can quickly restore each RAID member to a working state by performing essential repairs in this carefully controlled environment.
We have experience with all operating systems, file systems and common file types, and our specialists always a complete clone of each RAID before performing file repairs in order to guarantee the best possible results.

Some of the most common data loss scenarios for RAID include:
  •   Hard Drive Failure Resulting in RAID Loss
  •   Controller Failure
  •   Electronics Issues and PCB Damage
  •   Hard Drive Firmware Damage
  •   Hardware Conflicts and Failures
  •   File Corruption and Virus Damage
  •   Formatting, Partitioning and User Error