When it comes to RAID repair solutions, PITS Global Data Recovery Services is the industry leader. Our team of highly-trained technicians has extensive experience working with countless Redundant Arrays of Independent Disks, and they have consistently achieved remarkable results. Companies big and small can trust us for top-notch data recovery services every time!

We also offer services for failed data storage devices, including hard drives, memory cards, etc. Our company proudly provides solutions for all file types, operating systems, and files.

Our company understands how critical the media device failure can be. Hence, we expand our set of services and are able to help clients with any data storage that collapsed. Our specialists regularly attend qualification courses and work with various brands and models of RAID arrays. We also work with any kind of failure and are ready to provide you with professional services anytime, anywhere.

To get more information about our data recovery and repair solutions, contact us or visit the Services page. 

Professional RAID Repair

RAIDs are a well-known piece of technology that is used to form data storage systems within organizations. This device offers numerous advantages, including but not limited to: data mirroring, high-speed performance, remarkable capacity, and dedicated work. Despite their many positive qualities, these reliable devices can still be vulnerable to failure or collapse.

The RAID Malfunction Can Happen for Various Reasons:

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However, no matter what caused the collapse, it often leads to severe consequences, and the business can not operate properly. 

Consequences of RAID Failure

Losing data in a big company can have serious repercussions, making prompt action imperative. RAID arrays store all confidential information used by the organization to keep it running; therefore, losing access to such data could prove disastrous. In other words, this is not something that you’ll be able to fix later – swift measures must be taken at once!

First of all, companies often have information about their customer, buyers, etc. Sometimes it is so essential that doing something without it is not possible. Moreover, most of the businesses’ servers are based on RAID arrays, and without its functionality, employees do not connect with one another, which also leads to through in performance.

And, of course, the RAID failure can lead to severe damage to the company’s reputation. 

RAID arrays consist of all the confidential and sensitive information of the company that helps it work. Losing data in a big company is not a good situation and is not something you can solve later, and it needs immediate action.

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What to Do When a RAID Failure Occurs

The data storage device failure is a critical event, and when collapse occurs in RAID, it causes enormous loss of resources, time, and money. To avoid significant consequences of the failure, you should go through several steps.

  1. Power down the device as soon as you see any malfunction signs. This step will save your sensitive data and the device itself. Continuing to use failed device will damage it more, leading to complete disaster.
  2. Do not try to rebuild the array yourself. Many people try to save their devices without professionals’ assistance. However, this is not an appropriate approach for the failed RAID with loads of valuable data.
  3. Do not open the drive to indicate what’s wrong or repair the drive. Many online tutorials significantly impact a user with a RAID failure, but following them will only worsen the situation and make the repair process impossible to perform. 

Instead of trying to restore the device yourself, contact a professional data recovery company. When the storage device contains essential data, it is vital not to put it at risk and provide it with the safest solution.

PITS Global Data Recovery Services has dealt with various RAID failure scenarios and will find the most suitable approach for your device.

Our RAID Recovery Services

RAID configurations can be incredibly complex, requiring a high level of expertise and years of experience to understand. Fortunately, our data recovery specialists are well-versed in all the nuances that arise from RAID failure and have the skills necessary for treating this sophisticated device with care.

We Repair and Recover Data from such RAID Configurations as:

For time-sensitive cases, our company offers emergency service. With this option, we will repair your device and recover valuable files within 8-48 hours. Our team does everything to meet their customers’ deadlines, budgets, and offers flexible recovery options.

By working in Class 10 ISO Certified Cleanroom, we provide our clients with the safest repair process. Our team does not put fragile failed devices at risk and works only in specialized facilities using cutting-edge technologies.

RAID 10 Data Recovery

PITS Global Data Recovery Services provides superior RAID repair, performed by highly-qualified engineers. With our R&D team on staff, we regularly develop new recovery techniques. Hence, with our skilled technicians and advanced methods, we maintain the highest in the recovery field, 99% success rate.

Contact us today to start your repair case, and we will successfully recover your RAID system and get you back on track.

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