RAID 50 Data Recovery Services
Recover Data from RAID 50 Drives
RAID 50, or RAID 5+0, is a type of nested RAID level that combines multiple RAID 5 arrays into one RAID 0 unit. It inherits advantages from both of its parent RAID configurations. From RAID 0, this setup gains block-level striping, while from RAID 5 it inherits the use of parity data. These RAID arrays provide high redundancy and fault tolerance, and fast data transfer rates.
RAID 50 provide a high degree of protection against data loss. They are complex and expensive sets, and as such it may be tempting to use homebrew methods to cut costs when RAID data recovery on your array become necessary.But not all DIY data recovery software are compatible with every RAID array. Worse that that, they may cause irrevocable damage to your set, causing permanent and total data loss.
All TTR RAID 50 recovery packages come with a comprehensive set of benefits, including:
We understand that RAID data recovery is a matter of utmost urgency. That’s why our emergency service packages include:
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 50 Failures We Accept
TTR engineers have extensive data recovery experience with all RAID 50 failures, including:
Hardware and Software Issues
Certified Experts in RAID 50 Data Recovery Service
TTR Data Recovery is unique among data recovery companies in that we believe in building trust through extensive certification. From RAID server configuration errors to physical hard drive failure, our data recovery process has been independently verified to produce successful results.
Included among the certificates we carry are:
IACRB Certified Data Recovery Professional
We are the ONLY data recovery company with full IACRB CDRP Certification. It is important to us that you can trust our technicians to be utmost experts in their field. The IACRB CDRP Certification ensures that all our engineers hold fundamental, accredited knowledge of data recovery best practices.
ISO 9001:2008 Certification
When you need RAID recovery, you want to be certain that you're hiring a quality service. Our data recovery methods have been independently verified to exceed the ISO 9001 quality control standards.
SOC Type II Certification
Don't risk the integrity of your data. TTR Data Recovery services are proven to adhere to the highest standards of data security, confidentiality, and privacy. You can trust that the data from your array is in safe hands with us.
ISO 5 Class 100 Cleanrooms
Hard drive recovery is a delicate process, and the last thing you want is outside contaminants destroying your devices and data. Our cleanrooms are evaluated and monitored for optimum conditions for data recovery, with airborne particle, biological contaminant, and climate control and air filtration.
Other CertificationsTTR is the proud holder of the following additional certificates:
Data Recovery Services You Can Rely On
TTR has been in the data recovery business for more than 14 years. Over our history, we’ve helped recover:
284,950,000+ TB of Data
The disadvantages of RAID 50 include high setup costs as it requires a minimum of six hard drives, and the loss of 25% of total storage space to parity data. All disk spindles in RAID 50 must also be synchronized, making it vulnerable to RAID controller failure.
85,240+ RAID Recovery Cases
It is best to contact a professional RAID 50 data recovery specialist when dealing with a corrupted RAID 50 array to avoid further damage. With our nationwide locations, you can trust that TTR Data Recovery RAID 50 services are always near you when you need them.
RAID 50 Technologies Supported
TTR is able to perform RAID 50 recovery on hard drives from all manufacturers using any interface, including:
Our engineers can also work with any operating system your RAID 50 array runs, including:
Other Data Recovery Services
Struggling with an external hard drive? Having issues with multiple hard drives in your organization? TTR technicians are familiar with all HDD models from all manufacturers.
Whether dealing with problems big or small, we have the tools in place to protect your data. Our verified hard drive recovery methods will save you time and money.
From failed hard disk drives to arrays damaged by natural disasters, you can turn to TTR Data Recovery. RAID 0 arrays owned by NASA and small private configurations have all found help from our technician’s expert touch.
We offer comprehensive service packages to get your disks to us and back as soon as possible. Don’t risk your business data and ask about our RAID data recovery options.
Although they are more secure than traditional HDDs, SSD drives can fail. Whether through circuitry failure or logical errors, no drive is bulletproof.
SSD data recovery is among our specialties. No matter your failure type or SSD model, you can count on TTR Data Recovery to return your data and files to you.
You server is vital to your business. Whether storing data or holding holding intricate databases, we understand that getting any server back online can be a life-or-death situation for any company.
Whatever the function of your server, with TTR server data recovery services, it will soon be back in action as if nothing had happened.
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
How Many Drives Can You Lose in a RAID 50?
A RAID 50 array can handle one failed drive. If two drives fail, the system can’t continue to function.
Can You Recover Data From a RAID 5?
Yes, after collecting initial data about the RAID array it is possible to perform data recovery on RAID 5.
How Much Storage Do You Lose in RAID 5?
A RAID 5 array will lose the capacity of one member hard drive to parity storage. RAID 50 will need 25% of available space for parity data.