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Data Recovery For NAND And NOR Flash Memory
Data recovery is a highly specialized science which is equally valid for rescuing data from both NAND and NOR flash. Although, NOR is rarely used and is quite expensive, NAND is preferred extensively for mass storage and a huge godsend for thin and smaller devices.
Hitachi Launches Z-Series, Highest Capacity 7mm Hard Drive
Hitachi has launched a broad family of 2.5" 7mm (z-height) hard drives designed to be used in thin and light notebooks, blade servers and home theater gear like DVRs. The Travelstar Z7K320 and Z5K320 families and the CinemaStar Z5K320 offer capacities up to 320GB on a single platter.
Toshiba Canvio for Mac External Drives Released
Toshiba has added to their Canvio line of external hard drives with a new set of Mac-friendly drives. The Canvio for Mac line is available in 500GB, 1TB and 1.5TB capacities and comes with pre-loaded Mac-customized backup software.
LaCie XtremKey: The Worldâ€™s Most Adventurous USB Flash Drive
LaCie announced the LaCie XtremKey â€“ offering industrial-strength protection for your data. With capacities up to 64GB and an impenetrable shell, the XtremKey is a truly rugged USB key that stands up to the elements.
How to Recover Data From a Crashed System
One of the most critical things that several computer users (professional as well as normal home users) do not know is when their systems are going to crash? When the system crashes, your data may go missing and you have to go for Hard Drive Recovery.
How to build fast reliable RAID 1 configuration with MLC SSD drives.
It did not make sense to mix fast and slow drives into a RAID 1 because both reads and writes were pretty much limited to the performance of the slowest drive and you had seriously wasted your money on an expensive drive.
RAID 1 Data Recovery from damaged RAID arrays subsystems
The data is mirrored identically across the member disks. This can lead to a false sense of security, even the most secure systems can be wiped out by power spikes, multiple drive failure etc.