WeRecoverData.com Can Now Extract Data from Damaged/Corrupted Optical Discs That Was Considered Unrecoverable
NEW YORK, March 31 /PRNewswire/ -- WeRecoverData.com, a world leader in data recovery services, today formally announced that it has begun using its new proprietary recovery system on optical discs that have severe damage. The cutting-edge proprietary technology can recover data that was previously unrecoverable from severely degraded optical discs (CDs, DVDs, etc.).
WeRecoverData.com's optical disc data recovery system (ODRS), code name "Elixir," was developed by the company's research and development laboratory, where technical specialists perform reverse engineering on data storage units that have no known method for extracting corrupted data or have data that is inaccessible by typical means. WeRecoverData.com is one of the only companies to maintain its own data recovery research and development department and the first service of its kind to offer data recovery for optical discs that were severely degraded, even when stored properly.
Data contained on optical discs is often lost when the optical discs themselves are damaged, typically because the discs are improperly stored or have manufacturing defects. Vertical optical disc storage causes warping, while exposure to high heat shortens optical disc lifespan. Even if stored properly, optical discs can degrade in as little as four years. When a large bank approached WeRecoverData.com to recover data from hundreds of corrupted optical discs, the company's research and development team worked until a solution was secured.
"Prior to the research conducted at WeRecoverData.com, it was impossible to recover severely degraded optical disc data," said Dyan Parker, Chief Performance Officer of WeRecoverData.com. "Our research and development lab reverse engineered the media in an effort to recover the data. If retrieving data from any storage device is technically possible, we can get to it."
Banks aren't the only organizations that utilize optical discs for information storage. All kinds of businesses and individuals use optical discs to archive or backup data. Even if stored correctly, crucial data contained on these optical discs can be compromised.
WeRecoverData.com starts every recovery case with a free diagnostic to determine the potential for recovery and to provide a firm price-quote for the customer's review. Then, the lab will test components and determine the health of the media to determine whether the data is accessible. If data is considered inaccessible by current company proprietary recovery methods, the research and development team works to find a new way to access the data. If data is still inaccessible, WeRecoverData.com does not charge the customer for the work performed.
Parker says WeRecoverData.com's success ratio is higher than any other data recovery service.
For more information on WeRecoverData.com and its optical disc data recovery service, please visit: www.werecoverdata.com.
Headquartered in New York City, WeRecoverData.com is a world leader in data recovery services and one of the only companies to invest in data recovery research and development. The privately-held group provides data recovery services worldwide, with representation in North America, South America, Europe and the Middle East. WeRecoverData.com services fortune 500 companies, government agencies, the military, health sector, educational institutions and individuals seeking to recover important digital information.
For more information, please visit: www.WeRecoverData.com.