RAID Data Recovery
RAID Data Recovery is one of our specialties, among other recovery services. RAID stands for the Redundant Array of Intelligent or Inexpensive Disks, which speeds up the hard disks and increases its reliability by preventing a loss of data. A RAID system is the best system to increase speed as well as enhanced data protection compared to non-RAID drive systems. If more than a few of your drives fail in a RIAD array, you are in trouble. We understand how critical your situation is and we can help with your data recovery problem.
ACR RAID recovery has the capabilities to recover the data from every RAID Array architecture that there is (RAID 0, RAID 1, etc). Our expert data recovery engineers can handle nested, spanned, mirrored or striped arrays in our professional labs, regardless of the platform (Mac, Linux, windows, NAS), size, configuration or interface (SAS, IDE, SATA).
Before you get any RAID recovery help, you should have a basic understanding of the different levels of a RAID system.
RAID Level 0 – makes use of striped Disk Array that does not support Fault Tolerance: it provides striping of data of every file on multiple disks without any redundancy. This basically improves the performance but does not protect against a drive crash. So it means that if one of the drives fails then all the data in the array gets lost.
RAID Level 1 – utilizes the concept of mirroring as well as Duplexing providing disk mirroring.
RAID Level 2 – has the Error-Correction Coding but is used rarely. It divides the data at a bit level instead of a block level.
RAID Level 3 – this RAID level has a dedicated parity disk. It cannot respond to multiple requests at the same time so it is also rarely used.
RAID Level 5 – utilizes the Block Interleaved Parity that provides data division at a byte level with error correction. This RAID level offers excellent performance with fault tolerance and so it is the most common RAID array you will see.
There are other RAID levels like RAID 4, RAID Level 6, RAID Level 0+1, etc., but are not used very often. The previous levels are what are most common.
Our engineers are experts in RAID recovery and you can expect nothing more than the highest level of service. Our Labs maintain and are regularly upgraded to the most current equipment and techniques for recovering data from hard drives and RAID arrays. Our data recovery engineers have the experience in handling whatever RAID Array system you may have. So, rest assured no matter how complex your RAID situation may be, we can get it back as long as it still physically exists on the RAID array.
Need some RAID service?
I need RAID recovery services for my setup at work and at home. Should I do this myself? If so, how? If not, which company should I use?
If your RAID array has failed, if it is already powered off then make sure it is left so. You are best leaving it to a professional company. RAID recovery services and RAID recovery are stuff these guys seem to specialize in.
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