RAID-5 Recovery Service with MicroCom
ENVIRONMENTS & PLATFORMS WE SUPPORT
With over two decades of continuous experience, and proficiency with RAID-5 data storage subsystems going back to the historical inception of such hard disk drive arrays, our data recovery engineers are far beyond cutting their teeth.
MicroCom is veteran to RAIDs found within every operating system environment being used for data processing, scientific analysis, website commercial services, multimedia content servers, intranet, public or private, you name it. It doesn't matter if your situation has arisen within a Linux or UNIX environment, or less commonly, even on an AS400 or RS6000/AIX — MicroCom offers seasoned experience that can be relied on. Naturally any Microsoft or Macintosh system is a very common experience for our RAID recovery team.
If you're getting trouble via messages from your array controller or diagnostic tools mysteriously reporting RAID disk members off-line, superblock damage, or RAID signature corruption, the usual suspect is hard drive malfunction, and no amount of analysis, software aids or trouble-shooting can bring you remedy. Remember, a failing hard drive element typically becomes a non-recoverable hard drive eventually; don't take chances with permanent data loss. MicroCom's first-tier, full service capabilities can handle even the most challenging attacks of RAID array failure, and bring back your now non-available data.
SUPPORTED RAID SERVER & WORKSTATION PLATFORMS*:
- Win2000/2003/2008 Server
including storage arrays built on the PERC family of RAID controllers ("PowerEdge
Expandable RAID Controller" by Dell).
- Apple Mac OS X Server, Xserve, Xsan
- Linux, all variants: Debian, Gentoo, Red Hat / Fedora, SuSE, Ubuntu, etc.
- Sun/Solaris, SPARC
- AS400 Open Server
and all other UNIX flavors.
- Novell / Netware
MicroCom recovers data from ALL platforms and ALL operating system environments, including but not limited to the above.
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