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Apple MAC Data Recovery - Other computers & accessories

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Ref. number: 23332 Updated: 09-09-2014 11:15
Ad type:Requested item sought
Category:Other computers & accessories
Location:United Kingdom, Belfast
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Here at Easy Data Recovery we have developed an innovative way of recovering data from the malfunctioning or failed nodes that go to make up HP P4000 and P4500 storage servers as originally produced and distributed by Hewlett Packard.

Setting up these ‘nodes’ requires that the system itself is attached to something along the lines of the HP Store Virtual Centralized Control Management Console which allows for the multiple ‘nodes’ to run in tandem with each other and also manages how the information is accessed and stored across a network that will invariably include an ‘application server’ from which all of your network-based programs operate.

At Easy Data Recovery our engineers have designed and implemented an series of bespoke methods by which it is possible to recover the data from these ‘nodes’ after they have failed. This is in contradiction to Hewlett Packard as a manufacturer who said that this is not possible. Our engineers can attest to the fact that it is and have been asked to reconstitute large volumes of data from said ‘nodes’ by customers just like you who are dependent on the information contained on them to keep your business running smoothly.

The ‘nodes’ in question are normally made up of a set number of hard drive recovery which themselves are of a set volume. With the HP P4000 the original volume of the mac hard disk recovery in a ‘node’ was 300GB (this was back in 2008 we might add) and since then HP have increased the size to 450GB although only 300GB is accessible. The failure of drives within a ‘node’ can lead to the ‘node’ itself ultimately becoming unstable or unrecognizable by the HP Store Virtual Centralized Control Management Console and therefore no longer accessible. Potentially this means that large volumes of data are lost if, as HP said, they were unrecoverable after the ‘node’ had failed.

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Full name: Tony O Hare
Phone number: 04890961976

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