PRLog - March 3, 2012 - Engineered by Data Retrieval, LastByte is an innovative and advanced technology that will be utilized by ISO certified data recovery specialist technicians to successfully retrieve inaccessible data from storage media that is too critically damaged to be worked upon using more conventional data retrieval techniques.
LastByte will be the result of years of invested R&D labor and resources into emergent means of more efficient and more effective hard drive recovery and RAID data recovery that will soon be able to be reliably and successfully retrieve data that would have been previously considered permanently unrecoverable due to extensive critical damage to the drive head or storage media itself.
LastByte data recovery technology is innovative because it will allow for the quick and accurate direct access of information stored at the bit layer on the hard drive platters. LastByte uses proprietary DataRetrieval.com programming and software including contextually modifying algorithms to read the actual bit content separate from the hard drive itself. Because LastByte is able to circumvent the drive’s electronic components, successful data retrieval is possible from storage media devices that would have otherwise been too critically damaged for the stored data to be consider recoverable.
Since 1995, Data Retrieval has built a reputation and record for recovering data from drives that would have been considered by any other emergency data recovery provider as being incapable of yielding successful recovery results. Soon, with the use of the revolutionary LastByte data recovery technology, the best in the business will only be getting better. Independent of the storage media’s condition or status, every last byte of data will be recovered with Data Retrieval LastByte technology.
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We perform a wide variety of services, starting from common laptop, desktop hard drive data recovery to RAID, servers, magnetic tape and database recoveries. We have been the industry leader and offer the best solution in each data recovery case.