RAID Data Repair Services
PITS Global Data Recovery Services offers in-lab and onsite RAID data recovery with a 99% success rate. Our certified engineers recover data from any RAID configuration and operating system. We have all kinds of data recovery solutions for any RAID array type or server system.
With more than 50 locations all over the US, we deliver fast and reliable data recovery services for all RAID levels.
Why Go With RAID?
RAID stands for redundant array of independent disks. RAID array technologies are the most popular in servers and data storage devices. People choose RAID because they increase storage capacity and have the redundancy of stored data.
These advanced data processing and storage systems are heavily used by small and large-scale businesses around the world. Additionally, these devices are faster and more reliable than regular external drives.
Causes of RAID Array Failure
However, they also fail sometimes. It can happen because of the massive amounts of data they process and the severe strain placed on the mechanical pieces. RAID server failures can lead to anything from a severe headache to a complete disaster.
After all, RAID arrays store hundreds of terabytes of critical data. Thus, while the failure rate on some top-tier RAID servers can be as low as 5%, that still means you could be the unfortunate minority to experience a sudden power surge, physical damage.
Other common causes of RAID Array Failure are:
- Controller RAID Failure
- Wrong Drive Rebuild
- Multiple Disks Failure
- Server Degradation
- Accidental File Deletion
- Virus or Malware Damage
If you faced any problems accessing your data stored in a RAID array, you should carefully shut down the device and contact an experienced RAID data recovery company.
We do not recommend installing any data recovery software on this server or start the RAID array rebuilding process. All these cases have a high probability of overwriting the data stored on hard drives leading to permanent data loss.
Note: We always try to leave our readers with some “deterrence advice” on proactively managing their RAID server and minimize the risk of severe data loss. However, after data recovery is complete, we will also provide you with an additional individual backup plan to ensure you never experience data loss again.
Recovering the RAID array is a very complicated process that requires a responsible approach and appropriate conditions. Luckily, our engineers can successfully recover your files from any type of failed array or server. We offer a free evaluation to make sure that we can handle the work. We believe that this responsible strategy helps us maintain our 99% success rate for RAID data recovery services.
Other advantages of our RAID Data Recovery Services are:
- Experienced Data Recovery Engineers
- State-of-the-art Technology
- Advanced RAID Repair Laboratory & RAID Recovery Software
- 24/7 Available and Responsive Customer Service Team
- Emergency Services Options and Fastest Turnaround
- Free Evaluation and Overnight Delivery
- Money-Back Guarantee
We Can Recover Data From Any RAID Type
We can recover your data from any RAID array configuration and, thus, have the utmost confidence in our in-lab and onsite RAID data recovery team.
The RAID types that we can recover:
- RAID 0, RAID 1E, RAID 3, RAID 5, RAID 6, RAID 7, and other most common types of raid
- RAID 10, RAID 50, RAID 60, RAID 50E, and other merged RAID types
- Synology HybridRAID, mdadm, LVM, Apple Software RAID, Intel Matrix, Windows Dynamic disks, MS Storage Spaces other manufacturer RAID types
What To Do When RAID Array Fails
When you observe a problem with the RAID array or server volumes, you should shut everything off safely and figure out the exact cause.
Usually, system engineers that are responsible for maintaining and managing RAID arrays try to resolve the problem themselves. This brings additional damages to the data stored on volumes.
Avoid accepting too much of the automatic “overwriting”, “installation” and “cleanup” options offered by the software. It is better to consult with the company IT department before making any move, even one “recommended” by automated software.
You can contact us at (888) 611-0737 to speak directly to our RAID recovery experts and get professional help. We will make sure all the critical data is saved, and business services are restored.
We can successfully recover data from all RAID levels, including:
RAID 5 has a parity function distributed on each disk for fault tolerance. It is considered the most popular RAID array. We have years of experience recovering all types of servers and RAID arrays.
In RAID 6, data is distributed across disks with two parity blocks per drive, which helps reconstruct RAID after a single drive failure. We use successful data repair techniques for RAID 6 data recovery.
RAID and server failure can bring a lot of revenue loss because you won’t be able to offer your products and services. Fortunately, our data recovery engineers work around the clock to recover our customers’ servers from “offline” to “online” status as quickly as possible. Holding internationally recognized certifications, we provide reliable, quick, result-oriented, and professional RAID data recovery services.
We realize that your money and time are precious – that is why we encourage you to act right away and not lose essential business data.
Choose RAID Data Recovery Experts
For some businesses, it is crucial to recover their RAID in the shortest timeframe possible. For such time-sensitive cases, we offer emergency data recovery services, which last only 8-48 hours.
If you noticed one or more disks acting faulty or making a clicking noise when in use, do not do anything before talking to a specialist. Your incorrect actions can lead to a “domino” effect and destroy the data completely.
Trusting your failed RAID to us, you can have peace of mind that your essential file systems are in good hands. We will carefully and securely recover your data and restore the functionality of the server. Contact us via email or fill in the request form to start your case.