All RAID systems
We can recover from any RAID:
- architecture including software-defined storage (SDS)
- and any hard drive type, make or model
Find out more about RAID recovery or call us for a free consultation about your specific setup.
Common causes of RAID data loss
Each RAID data recovery is unique, but there are a few common causes for data loss.
Whether on accident or completed with malicious intent, data loss from reformatting, reinstalling or volume overwrite can be conquered by expert data recovery engineers.
RAID systems can be affected by loss of power, power cycling and power surges causing loss of data. RAIDs running in a degraded state are especially vulnerable, as power issues can cause out-of-sync drives to be reincorporated into the array.
Mechanical issues and failed rebuilds
RAID systems are built to withstand individual drive failure, but once it runs in a degraded state, the workload of the remaining drives increases and so does the risk of additional drive failures. This can lead to failure of the RAID.
Fire, water, dirt and other contaminants from natural disasters can destroy a RAID array in an instant.
Why choose Ontrack?
We have 30 years’ experience successfully performing highly technical RAID recoveries. We also have specialised facilities and the storage capacity to handle large amounts of data.
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