The extended family of Buffalo TeraStation™ network attached storages offers a range of options for both businesses owners and ACE Data Recovery experts. Professional data recovery from TeraStation™ 5010 Series, 1000 Series, 5000N Series, 5000N WSS Series, 3010 Series, WSH5610DN, StorageCraft® Recovery Center 25 and 7000 Series NASs is not a sort of challenge a couple of IT-savvy users can meet.
Thinking about essential need of business owners, Buffalo specialists designed a few series of enterprise-class non-Flash network attached storages. The drives can be used as optimal solutions to increase data performance and storage capacity. In addition, some TeraStation™ can be used as reliable backup and disaster recovery solutions. According to a series of reviews, Buffalo business-oriented storage drives are cost-efficient and reliable in equal measure.
Just like other well-known network attached storages, Buffalo TeraStation™ drives are multi-level data-storage servers using RAID technology to organize data. The technology allows to achieve additional storage capacity and protect important information from corruption, and permanent loss.
On the other hand, all RAID arrays share the same weak spots: an overheated drive in an array, careless human actions, sudden power surge or failed firmware upgrade can result in temporary data loss or even overwriting.
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Still, even if your precious files got inaccessible due to mechanical, physical or logical RAID failure, there's a chance to get intact information from a Buffalo TeraStation™ NAS. All you need is to give up trying to save the day on your own and call ACE Data Recovery for professional assistance.Not least, the company has customer-oriented price policy. To be more specific, those guys charge their customers for successfully completed cases only. No Data — No Charge is the real principle of ACE Data Recovery, the world's best provider of file recovery services.