RAID (Redundant Array of Inexpensive Disks) was first created many years ago at the University of California at Berkeley. Storage reliability and scalability are two of the main reasons why companies introduce a RAID level architecture to their storage needs.
Unfortunately when two or more drives report a problem, even RAID servers and storage devices can fail. RAID Data Recovery is something the Engineers at ReWave
Data Recovery have been doing for many years.
Before doing anything to the array, call ReWave
to find out what steps you can try before risking losing all of your data.
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