PITS Global Data Recovery Services possesses long-year experience and knowledge in RAID 50 data recovery. With more than 50 locations all over the US, we can recover lost data from the most complicated nested RAID arrays and data storage devices in the shortest timeframe possible.
Our dedicated team of RAID recovery engineers has fixed multiple RAID 50 arrays, dealing with all manner of physical and logical degradation errors. The secret of our capabilities lies in:
- Our professional approach. In order to not waste your time and money for nothing, we provide a technical evaluation. This way, we ensure that we can recover your failed device. In addition, after the evaluation is complete, we will inform you about the timing turnaround and recovery cost.
- Responsible engineers. Hiring engineers, we were choosing the best from the best because we realize the value of lost essential data. Each engineer of our data recovery company is certified for a specific storage device (e.g., RAID, USB Flash Drive, SSD, and hard drive).
- Certified ISO Class 10 Cleanroom facilities, latest data recovery tools, and developed RAID recovery software. We utilize only the best recovery products to repair RAID arrays carefully and safely.
Our specialists recovered thousands of failed storage devices over the past few years and still allow us to maintain a 99% data recovery success rate.
Advantages of Our Recovery Services
Definition of RAID 50 Arrays
Of all the RAID (Redundant Array of Independent Disks) systems, RAID 50 is one of the more sophisticated, complex RAID levels. RAID 50 (also known as RAID 5+0) is very expensive because it optimizes performance with striping while employing disk parity to boost fault tolerance. Still, it offers an extra layer of performance and data security big enterprises place a premium on.
RAID 50 combines two sets of RAID 5 into striping RAID 0 and is called a hybrid RAID. The RAID 50 controller performs the standard “parity disk” calculation. This is what the RAID 5 array does in order to save data. RAID 50 also has the RAID 0 system’s efficiency, which strips all the data underlying the RAID 5 parity units.
The goal of RAID 50 is to boost each sub-RAID array’s best feature while minimizing any deficiencies the systems have standing alone. We recommend RAID 50 array configuration to tech-savvy individuals desiring excellent performance while favoring parity fault tolerance.
Causes of RAID 50 Disk Failures
As with all storage array hardware, the RAID drives are vulnerable to logical or physical damage, overheating, and flooding. You should make sure your RAID systems get plenty of ventilation. Additionally, the array needs to be safe from accidental smashing or spills.
For the logical failure, RAID 50 is most susceptible to having multiple drives fail. The only hope is the drives don’t fail within the same underlying RAID 5 array.
If you notice a dip in your RAID 50 array’s performance, run a diagnostics to check if any single disk fails. For this purpose, you can contact our customer service and speak directly to a data recovery specialist. It would be better if you did it before the second drive dies, leaving you in a desperate situation for data retrieval.
RAID 50 Recovery Experts
PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides a risk-free evaluation for RAID 50 arrays. In addition, we offer emergency data recovery services for those who need their RAID 50 recovered ASAP.
Our data recovery experts can handle the most critical cases in the shortest timeframe possible. The emergency data recovery process takes only 8-48 hours.
They have successfully recovered essential business file systems from challenging RAID 50 data storage devices and helped organizations restore their operations. We have the experience, tools, and enough resources to handle an enormous amount of data processing.
If you just experienced catastrophic data loss with your RAID 50 volumes, you should turn it off to prevent further damage and contact us at (888) 611 0737 or fill in the request form to start your case.
Frequently Asked Questions
RAID 50 data recovery is the process of retrieving lost or inaccessible data from a RAID 50 configuration, which is a type of RAID that combines the data protection of RAID 5 with the performance benefits of RAID 0.
Attempting DIY data recovery from a RAID 50 configuration can increase the risk of further data loss or corruption, as well as the risk of damaging the disk or the data stored on it.
The time it takes to recover data from a RAID 50 configuration can vary widely depending on the cause of the data loss, the size of the data, and the complexity of the recovery process. On average, a professional data recovery service can take anywhere from a few days to several weeks to complete a RAID 50 data recovery.
The possibility of successful RAID 50 data recovery depends on the number of disk drives that have failed and the extent of the damage to the disk drives. In general, the more disk drives that have failed, the more difficult and complex the recovery process will be. If multiple disk drives have failed, it is recommended to seek the help of a professional data recovery service.
Professional data recovery services typically use specialized tools and equipment for RAID 50 data recovery, including hardware and software RAID controllers, disk imaging tools, and data recovery software.
The data recovery process can have a risk of further data loss or corruption, especially if it is not performed by a professional data recovery service with the necessary expertise and experience.
The success rate of data recovery from a RAID 50 configuration depends on the cause of the data loss and the extent of the damage to the disk drives. In many cases, it is possible to recover most or all of the data, but in some cases, some data may be permanently lost.
In some cases, it may be necessary to take the disk drives out of the server to recover data from a RAID 50 configuration, but in many cases, it is possible to perform the data recovery on-site.
If you need to recover data from a RAID 50 configuration, it is important to immediately stop using the disk drives and to seek the help of a professional data recovery service as soon as possible.
To ensure the confidentiality of your data during the data recovery process, it is important to choose a professional data recovery service with a proven track record of handling confidential data securely. Many data recovery services offer secure data handling, encryption, and data destruction services to ensure the confidentiality of your data.
The success rate of data recovery from a RAID 50 configuration depends on the cause of the data loss and the extent of the damage to the disk drives. On average, professional data recovery services have a high success rate, with more than 95% of all data recovery cases resulting in successful data recovery.