ACE Data Recovery Announces Next Generation of ZCopy Hardware
(PR Web Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Dallas, TX (PRWEB) August 17, 2014
ACE Data Recovery, a subdivision of the ACE Data Group, LLC, announced today they have successfully completed development of the next generation of their ZCopy data extraction hardware. The ZCopy Ultra represents a significant step forward in increasing the speed and accuracy of hard drive data recoveries, RAID data recoveries, SSD and USB flash data recoveries, including monolithic flash devices. This is especially pertinent to businesses whose critical recoveries are very time sensitive. A report by the University of Texas found that 94% of companies that suffer a catastrophic data loss don't survive.
ACE Data Recovery is the only company in the United States that designs and manufactures data recovery hardware. The ZCopy Ultra board is not only custom built, but is also programmed with ACE Data Recovery's firmware and operated by their proprietary software. That combination allows the ZCopy Ultra to be customized at the hardware level during the recovery process.
"Our new ZCopy Ultra is twice as fast, simultaneously supports up to 4 drives, and has significantly more features than its predecessor", stated ACE Data Group CTO, Yevgeniy Tolkunov. "Our unique design combined with our proprietary software allows us to manipulate and augment drive functionality at an unprecedented level. The result is a faster, cleaner, and less costly recovery for our customers."
ACE Data Recovery's Research & Development team is continually looking at the new ways to recover data from highly complex cases. In addition to the ZCopy Ultra, the team has developed custom hardware that allows them to image all of the chips from an SSD drive simultaneously, instead of using the commercially available single chip reader. They also recently announced the ability to perform remote recoveries anywhere on the planet via their ACE Remote Recovery Manager (ARRM). ARRM is a key component that companies should include in their Disaster Recovery plans as it can significantly reduce recovery times for business critical data.
"Yevgeniy Tolkunov is one of the world's top data recovery engineers", said Charles Walker, CEO of ACE Data Group. "This sixth generation data extractor board is a showcase of his vision and talent. By removing the pitfalls of relying on commercially developed data recovery hardware, we will continue to provide our customer base with the best value available."
ACE Data Recovery has been doing data recovery for over 30 years and maintains one of the highest success rates in the industry. They have forged close partnerships with the top hardware manufacturers such as Dell, Hitachi, and Western Digital. It is those partnerships that allow ACE Data Recovery to develop custom solutions for those platforms such as Dell's EqualLogic storage array. They have recruited the best engineers from around the world which allows ACE Data Recovery to succeed when other companies fail.
About ACE Data Recovery
ACE Data Recovery is a part of ACE Data Group LLC, one of the top providers of computer forensic and data recovery services to customers all over the world. Since 1981 ACE Data Recovery has worked with all types of media including HDD, SSD, RAID, SAN, NAS, flash drives, and tapes. They also offer a wide range of computer forensic services including E-Discovery and Expert testimony. Their company Headquarters are in Dallas, TX, with additional full service labs in Chicago, IL, Falls Church, VA, and Houston, TX. They also have Service Centers in Austin, TX, Atlanta, GA, Boston, MA, Denver, CO, Los Angeles, CA, Miami, FL, Mountain View, CA, New York City, NY, Orlando, FL, Philadelphia, PA, Phoenix, AZ, Raleigh, NC, San Francisco, CA, Seattle, WA, and Washington, DC. For additional information visit their website at: http://www.datarecovery.net or call them at 877-304-7189.
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