Data Recovery Center is a full service recovery company with over 40 locations across the United States. Our expert engineers are fully trained in RAID 10 data recovery as well as a variety of other types of data recovery.
RAID 10 is a combination of RAID 1 and RAID 0. It uses the main processes from both RAID units to create a more powerful and reliable RAID array. RAID 10 uses both stripping and mirroring, this means that while each stripe is separate and can contain a separate hard drive, the data on each drive is still mirrored.
RAID 10 arrays are comprised of at least four drive sets, and can withstand failure from one hard drive per set without total data loss occurring. RAID 10 units are regarded as some of the most reliable RAID levels. This is because, with both stripping and mirroring, total data loss in a RAID 10 array is very rare. However, it can occur. RAID 10 units are generally used by large companies, corporations, government agencies, and other large organizations.
Whether or not data loss will occur in a RAID 10 unit depends on where in the array the failed hard drives are. Since RAID 10 offers high redundancy, full data loss doesn't occur very often. However, if more than one hard drive fails within a particular set of drives in a RAID 10 array, the data in that set will be lost. In some cases mechanical failures and RAID controller failure can lead to partial or full data loss.
All Data Recovery Center facilities are safe, secure, and certified. You can rest easy knowing your RAID 10 unit and the information stored on it is safe and being handled by trained professionals. Our expert technicians have the knowledge and expertise to determine what's causing the problem in your RAID 10 array and take the necessary steps to remedy the situation and recover the data you need.
If you're experiencing hard drive failure or data loss in your RAID 10 array, reach out to us today. You can request a free quote by filling out our convenient form, or call us toll-free to ask about expedited and emergency services.
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