RAID 0 Data Recovery Services
Recover Data from RAID 0 Drives
Another attractive feature is that RAID 0 sets are unparalleled among their brethren in data processing speed. Additionally, due it having zero overhead, RAID 0 array is able to use the entirety of its available hard drive space to store data and files.Unfortunately, here also lies the weakness of such a RAID array. RAID 0 uses a technology called “striping” to store data, meaning that the data is equally split across all the member hard drives.
TTR RAID 0 data recovery services include:
RAID 0 failure is a critical emergency, but it doesn’t need to spell disaster. Call TTR Data Recover and ask about a free evaluation for your RAID 0 array.
Examples of media and hard drives on which we perform daily data recovery.
Hard Drive Brands
*If you can’t see your hard drive listed, don’t worry; TTR Data Recovery can recover from any type or brand of hard drive.
Types of RAID 0 Failures We Accept
As RAID 0 provides no protection against hard drive failure, it is susceptible to any and all failure types. From a simple user error or a corrupted RAID controller to power spikes, viruses, data corruption, and even natural disasters, RAID 0 data is at risk without a comprehensive backup plan.
TTR Data Recovery technicians have combined 50 years’ experience in all types of RAID 0 failures. No matter what happened to your RAID 0 array, we will be able to evaluate the problem and recover your files if at all possible.
We are able to recover data from the following failure types:
Hardware and Software Issues
Did you not find your issue? Our list of experience is so long that we most likely just missed it. Get in touch with us and we’ll come up with a plan for all your RAID 0 data recovery needs.
Certified RAID 0 Recovery Experts
When hiring a company to perform RAID recovery on your array, you want to be certain that you can trust them with your system. The last thing you want is to pay for a negligent service that ends up causing more damage to your system.
We value our customers’ trust above all. TTR Data Recovery is unique in the RAID recovery industry with the extensive number of certifications we hold.
Some might see getting multiple certifications as a waste of money and time. We at TTR believe that each certificate – together with our A+ BBB-rating – is invaluable in putting your mind at ease when it comes to RAID recovery.
Our ISO 9001:2008 certification means that our RAID 0 data recovery methods and practices are in compliance with the globally recognized ISO 9001 Quality Management System. To make maintaining compliance with ISO 9001 simpler, we have made sure that all our processes and facilities not only meet but surpass the certification's standard.
SOC Type II
The SSAE 16 SOC Type II standard guarantees that certified companies comply with rigorous data security and confidentiality standards. RAID sets often hold highly sensitive business data, and failure to properly protect could have dire consequences.
TTR Data Recovery will honor the integrity of your data and will be able to adhere to any data security measures required by your company. Our data security measures are regularly audited according to SOC Type II standards.
We are proven to uphold the Trust Principles of Security, Processing Integrity, Confidentiality, Availability and Privacy as defined in the SOC Type II cerfiticate.
IACRB Certified Data Recovery
TTR Data Recovery is the ONLY data recovery company that has been certified by the IACRB as a Certified Data Recovery Professional (CDRP). You can rest easy knowing that your hard drives are in the hands certified data recovery experts.
We hire only technicians who hold actual degrees in data recovery from accredited institutions. In compliance with the IACRB CDRP certificate, all our experts are trained and experienced in industry best practices and data recovery tools.
Want to make sure our technicians know what to do with your array? Call us today and put our technicians to the test with any questions you may have.
Other CertificationsIn addition to these certificates, TTR also holds:
Data Recovery Services You Can Rely On
Data recovery from RAID 0 member disks is challenging as the system doesn’t store backups. For more than 14 years, TTR has successfully recovered RAID 0 arrays from private users all the way to NASA space shuttles.
Using a combination of manual and automated methods with the best tools and data recovery software available, TTR’s certified technicians have a proven track record of:
284,950,000+ TB of data recovered from RAID setsStriping provides no redundancy, and as such even a single failed member disk will kill the entire RAID 0 array and result in the loss of all data stored on it. To prevent permanent total data loss, RAID 0 data recovery methods are the only options available to access the files again.
85,240+ cases of RAID recovery
TTR is acutely aware that the loss of a RAID array can bring your crucial business operations to a grinding halt. We provide several service packages, including emergency service, that set us apart from our competitors.
RAID 0 Servers and Systems Supported
TTR Data Recovery technicians are familiar with and able to recover data from all RAID 0 array makes, models, and configurations.
Our supported RAID 0 technologies include:
We have a history of performing successful RAID 0 recovery on operating systems including:
TTR also supports all hard drive models from all manufacturers. No matter the setup of your system, you can count on TTR Data Recovery’s RAID recovery services to save your hard drives from failure and your files from data loss.
Other Data Recovery Services We Offer
Whether a part of a RAID array or an independent disk, TTR has extensive experience recovering data from hard drives. Our technicians are familiar with logical and physical failure types irrespective of the model or make of the drive.
Don’t risk losing your data due to poorly optimized DIY recovery software. Whether you’re facing issues caused by hardware damage or software problems, our hard drive recovery services can save your valuable data.
Our RAID experts are familiar with more than just RAID 0 data recovery. From a broken RAID controller to complex configuration issues and data corruption, TTR will employ the same care and precision on all RAID levels that we do on RAID 0.
Our range of RAID recovery solutions will return your business to normal operation in record time. Our proven processes will save you time, money and stress when experiencing RAID failure.
SSD drives function differently than the more common HDD drives. Similarly, SSD data recovery requires a different approach.
Although they are touted as more secure and reliable, SSD drives can and will fail just as any other piece of hardware. TTR has the experience, industry-leading tools, and ISO 500-certified cleanrooms that will ensure full repair and recovery of any SSD model from any manufacturer.
From file servers and databases to email and web servers, the heart of many businesses and services lies in the reliable operation of their servers. When these servers fail, it is not only data but the entire company that is at stake.
TTR’s server data recovery services will provide you with the urgent your server array needs. Familiar with all infrastructures and operating systems, our representatives and technicians will work hand in hand with you to get your server back online and business running.
Hard Disk Drive OS We Supported
Going through your Mac OS file systems and recover files along the way is easy because we have a team of Apple Certified Mac technicians.
Recovering important files in various operating systems of Microsoft Windows can easily be done because of our high-end technology.
All distros are covered by our Linux support. This enables it to overcome logical errors and file corruption, among others.
Frequently Asked Questions
Can RAID 0 Be Recovered?
It is possible to recover RAID data from a RAID 0 array, depending on the type of failure the set has experienced.
What Happens If a Drive Fails in RAID 0?
The entire RAID 0 array will die if even one of the member disks fails.
How Dangerous is RAID 0?
RAID 0 is the least fault tolerant of all RAID levels as striping provides no redundancy, and therefore it shouldn’t be used to store critical data.
How Many Simultaneous Drive Failures Can RAID 0 Recover From?
Zero. RAID 0 cannot recover from drive failures.