Published on September 6th, 2012 | by Mark2
DataRetrieval Gets Ready for a Revolution in RAID Data Recovery Service
DataRetrieval, one of the United States’ largest data recovery firms with more than thirty offices domestically and internationally, are currently making preparations to unveil what could be a significant revolutionary step forward in the methodology of recovering data from crashed or failed RAID arrays. While only a few official statements have been made regarding the nature of what is to be revealed (with rumors being leaked in May), the blogosphere is abuzz with excitement as whatever recent innovation is in-store will arrive hot on the heels of their upcoming integration of LastByte data recovery technology into service.
Upcoming revolution in RAID data recovery
Although details surrounding the specifics of their upcoming revolution in RAID data recovery service are at the moment ambiguous at best, sources inside the company have conceptually linked it to the research and development work previously done with their LastByte data recovery technology. LastByte technology, a means by which DataRetrieval is now able to recover raw data at the bit level from media that would have otherwise been considered too damaged to be serviced, allowed the company to provide service to consumers that had previously been told their data was unrecoverable. If the two innovations are conceptually linked, it would stand to reason that upcoming revolution in RAID data recovery by DataRetrieval will continue the trend of enabling them to provide service to consumers with RAID issues that were previously considered generally unserviceable.
Failed high level RAID configurations
If this means that users with failed high level RAID configurations now have a truly cost-effective and efficient way of recovering their data, then this could be revolutionary indeed. On average, RAID data recovery service can cost tens of thousands of dollars depending on the level of the array and the circumstances of failure; however, with the advent of LastByte technology from DataRetrieval and whatever this new revolutionary innovation might be, it could be that RAID data recovery cases can now be serviced like any other.
Surveys show that more than two-thirds of all users still utilize single drive storage, but a technological advance that could reduce the duration of RAID data recovery service by optimizing the recovery process or by more consistently yielding successful recovery results could make it a more viable, cost-effective option than ever before for those that would benefit from the advantages of a RAID configuration.