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Raid Data Recovery

We will get your system back up and running again with the utmost speed and security!

RAID ("Redundant Array of Independent/Inexpensive Disks") is an advanced hard drive configuration system, designed to speed up data access and prevent data loss, even RAIDs are subject to failure. Common RAID failures include: problems originating in the controller, RAID rebuild errors, loss of configuration settings for the server, server registry configuration loss, accidental replacement of media components, and physical hard drive failure(s) within the unit.

Data Recovery Services for RAID memory

Our engineers backed by over 25 years of data recovery research, experience and development, have the knowledge and tools to get your data back.

We perform RAID data recoveries on:

  • Any RAID level
  • Any RAID controller, RAID architecture including software-defined storage(SDS)
  • Any hard drive type, make or model

Common RAID Configurations

The most common RAID configurations that are routinely handled in our fully equipped, class 5 clean room data recovery lab are:

  • RAID-0

    Data is striped across multiple hard drives. This configuration provides the utmost speed. The main drawback of this system is its lack of redundancy.

  • RAID-1

    Data is written to and read on both hard drives simultaneously (drives are mirrored). Because the data is identical on both drives, we normally treat RAID-1 recoveries as a single drive recovery.

  • RAID-5

    This type of RAID offers both data redundancy and faster performance. With this configuration, any drive can crash and the data should still remain intact.

  • RAID-6

    Similar to RAID-5, this RAID level provides distributed parity information, but it allows for two drives to fail while keeping the rest of the data intact. This configuration is normally presented in business-oriented/focused NAS units.

  • RAID-10

    This configuration combines RAID 1 and 0, so the data is stripped (RAID 0) across mirrored/identical pairs (RAID 1) of drives.

  • RAID-0 + 1

    This configuration is opposite to RAID 10; the data is identical on both stripped pairs of drives.

RAID Server Hard Drive Types


Common RAID Configurations

  • All HP ProLiant Series
  • All Dell Series (Power Edge, PowerVault, EqualLogic, Compellent and more..)
  • All IBM Series and storage subsystems
  • Supermicro server and storage subsystems
  • All Intel and AMD product lines
  • SAN– and NAS-based RAIDs and standalone storage systems
  • EMC Corporation and NetApp product lines
  • Apple Series

DAS, NAS, or SAN Recovery Services

With our risk free diagnostics by industry leading experts there’s no need to risk data loss by trying to recover Enterprise DAS, NAS, or SAN business system yourself – our team of professional experts are here and ready to help. We understand that your network server data is critical, and we are ready to work tirelessly to recover the data that you need. By trusting Circuit Blue Data Recovery Services for your data recovery needs, you can rest assured that you’re getting the best service available!

Our highly skilled professional team specializes in DAS, NAS, and SAN data recovery. On top of that, our success rates are well above the industry average! We also deliver your data quickly at a competitive, cost-effective rate.

Lost Critical Data? We Can Save It!

Since inception, companies across India have relied on Circuit Blue Data Recovery Services to recover lost data from RAIDs and other storage media that have crashed, failed mechanically, become physically damaged or are logically corrupted.

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