Since our incorporation of 2004 our expert hard drive engineers have been recovering data for clients based in Bristol, with a drop location at 1 Friary Bristol BS1 6EA.
All manner of storage media are catered for such as RAID, which includes levels 0,1,3,5,10, 50, JBOD and custom configs.
The labs here at Xytron have recovered data from failed hard drives to a wide selection of industries such as aviation, computer service, finance, legal sectors and construction sectors.
Data security is an upmost priority with all recovered information stored on secure 256bit AES encrypted systems, we are registered with the Data Protection Act, and follow GDPR guidelines.
Typical failures include;
- Failed external hard drive
- Not booting disk
- Beeping hard drive
- Degraded RAID
- Broken USB connector
- Liquid damage media
Emergency through to standard service timeframes are available to fit with your needs where you can hand deliver your hard drive to our Bristol office or send directly to our Hereford main lab.
Hard drive brands we cover;
- Western Digital
- Hitachi / IBM
Our lab is equipped with a dedicated in house class 100 clean room for physical repairs to hard drives which may of been dropped or have suffered from an accidental knock, please check out clean room pictures, please note many companies offering data recovery in Bristol are dealers and do not have their own clean room.
A well-known solicitors based in Bristol contacted the team because they had suffered a data loss situation with their NAS, following our intervention some 1.1 million files were recovered, which was comprised of office type data such as Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and databases, this information included quotes and cases over a 6 year period, suffice to say the firm was very relieved when we retrieved their vital data, the failure was down to 2 disk in the RAID failing, and as it was a RAID 5, there were no options for a rebuild.
Laptop, desktop, Apple Mac, PC and Linux systems are covered, in fact even CNC data and specialist custom made software have been recovered.