With an extensive network of facilities all over the United States, PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides best-in-class RAID 0 data repair services.
Thanks to our professional engineers, responsible work approach, the latest equipment, and certified cleanroom, our company maintains a 99% overall success rate for data recovery services. We always strive for efficiency, so we offer a risk-free evaluation to be sure that we can recover a failed device. After an examination is complete, our specialists inform a customer about timing turnaround and the cost of recovery.
Data Recovery From a Failed RAID 0
RAID 0 array configuration is commonly used to achieve better storage capacity, high-speed data reading, and writing speed. These arrays are prone to failure and do not provide data redundancy. Even this creates a massive risk for hundreds of gigabytes of valuable data. But fortunately, our professional data repair engineers are always ready to recover data from RAID 0 volumes and help your business run successfully again.
We bring the heavy-duty equipment when restoring data from a failed RAID 0 array. Thus, all the physical hard drive failures are repaired and recovered in Certified ISO Class 10 Cleanrooms.
RAID 0 Drive Failure
Many people use RAID 0 arrays due to their superior speed, but this technology does not have data redundancy features. The lack of fault tolerance mechanisms helps the RAID controller to achieve faster data transfer speed between disks in the array.
Many computer users, gamers, and technicians prefer the RAID 0 array for its lack of lag time when accessing data. We usually see RAID 0 arrays used by videographers, designers, players, and data analysts. This configuration allows them to implement online and local projects that require gigabytes of data to move at high speeds like 4K video movies or animated pictures.
When your RAID disk fails with all your project materials, you may feel confused. To avoid RAID 0 configuration failure, we recommend you back up the device nightly. Otherwise, if an unforeseen error occurs, you may put your data in danger.
While other RAID systems lack speed if RAID 0 array, they make up for the reliability of the data storage device. Luckily, PITS Data Recovery Services have perfected techniques and developed data recovery software to rescue data from seemingly “dead” RAID 0 arrays.
Common Reasons for RAID 0 Failure:
- Single Drive Malfunction
- Power Surge or Outage
- Incorrect Shutdown Due to Bad Sectors
- RAID Controller Failure
- Physical Damage
- Human Error
Recover RAID 0 After Controller Failure
Any disk failure in RAID 0 volumes will make your data inaccessible. If so, you need to contact a professional data recovery company to get further instructions and recover your data successfully.
As with any RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Drives) array system, an array consists of multiple drives. These hard disk drives all work together and create incredible speed along with a higher failure rate.
One of the most-regarded features of RAID 0 arrays is that it works with any software and operating system. RAID 0 volumes can be used on Mac, Linux, or Windows file systems. Losing essential data stored on such a convenient storage system is never good news. But trusting your failed device to us, you can rest assured that your device is in the hands of professionals.
The Advantages of Our Services include:
Rebuild RAID 0 After Drive Failure
PITS Global Data Recovery Services understands that some of our customers’ cases are time-sensitive where data needs immediate restoration. Our team holds more than 50 offices and drop-off locations and also offer fast shipping for our customers.
Thus, trusting your RAID 0 to us, you can have peace of mind because we will recover your data as quickly as possible. Additionally, our customer service is available 24/7, so it will respond within a few hours. This way, if you feel devastated over the data loss, you can request emergency data recovery, which lasts 8-48 hours.
If your RAID drive failed, contact our customer service via e-mail, fill in the request form or call us at (888) 611-0737.