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SouthBit Data Recovery specialises in recovery from all types of RAID arrays. RAID setups are prevalent in servers, NAS devices, external drives and other instances where a large amount of storage is required, along with some form of redundancy.

SouthBit currently has a 100% recovery rate for all RAID failures sent in for recovery. From small, 2 drive setups to 16 drive rack mounted servers, we offer the best chance of recovering your failed RAID array.

The most common types of RAID configurations are as follows:

RAID 0

Known as a striped set or striped volume. Data is written evenly across multiple disks, without parity. Speed and performance are the advantages of RAID 0. However, RAID 0 provides no redundancy. If one drive in the array fails, the entire array goes down. RAID 0 is also used to create a large volume out of smaller disks. This configuration is often used where performance is key and data security is not a requirement.RAID 0 recovery

RAID 1

Known as a mirrored set. This type of configuration mirrors data across 2 disks. This setup has good redundancy as there are essentially 2 copies of the data on 2 physical disks. The RAID volume can only be as big as the smallest disk. RAID 1 has many advantages, but does not make good use of available disk space.RAID 1 recovery

RAID 5

This configuration uses block-level striping with the parity data spread across all disks. It requires a minimum of 3 disks. RAID 5 makes good use of available disk space and offers redundancy with performance. One of the most popular RAID configurations. They can be managed by either hardware of software controllers.RAID 5 recovery

RAID 10 (0+1)

This uses the advantages of RAID 0 (speed via striping) and RAID 1 (mirror) to give a configuration that provides both speed and redundancy. Disk usage is, however, not ideal.RAID 10 recoveryRAID illustrations curtosey of http://www.prepressure.com

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