Looking for affordable, flat rate, data recovery prices for your failed RAID? Our RAID recovery prices are simple. We charge $295 for each RAID member up to 1TB (add $75 for each additional 1TB per drive). There is no RAID building service charge, you just pay based on the capacity of each of your storage drives, but you do have to supply or pay for appropriate return media.
We provide RAID recovery service for SATA, EIDE, and SAS drives, but only SATA and EIDE are supported for mechanical failure.
Example 1: 4 x 1TB disk drives. Your RAID recovery price would be $1180 plus the cost of return media.
Example 2: 3 x 2TB disk drives. Your RAID recovery price would be $1110 plus return media.
At the Blizzard Data Recovery lab we have the tools and experience to recover your server, NAS, USB, Thunderbolt, Firewire, and eSATA RAID storage devices. We can recover many arrays that have suffered logical or hardware failure (RAID level 0, 1, 5, etc). Here is a list of some of the NAS, servers, and personal storage devices that we can recover for you.
- HP Servers
- Dell Servers
- Lenovo Servers
- Buffalo NAS
- Lacie 4Big Quadra
- G Technology G-RAID, G-Speed
- Windows Storage Spaces
SATA, EIDE, and SAS drives are supported for RAID data recovery, but only SATA and EIDE are supported for mechanical failure. Recovery media is NOT included for RAID recoveries. You can provide return media or we will add the cost to your recovery total. Return media is not encrypted. You can provide encrypted return media if required. Return shipping is not included for RAID cases.
If you want the original device(s) returned after a successful recovery we charge $100 or $25 per RAID member, whichever is greater. Otherwise we use the failed RAID devices for parts or experiments. After 30 days any device(s) still in our possession are considered abandoned and may be used for parts or experiments.