Research and Development

My Data Recovery Lab is proud of it’s commitment to implementing the latest advances and innovations in the fields related to data retrieval

  • HDD Serial Commander 2.0

     HDD Serial Commander 2.0
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    The tool known in the industry as the ‘data recovery technician’s little helper’ is about to be published for free. And yes, like everything in ADRECA’s realm it is Public Beta. It has new skin, new features and supports most Samsung, Toshiba and Seagate F3 hard disk drives. We have the HDD Serial Commander development […]

     
  • NAND Flash Data Recovery Research Phase One – Completed

     NAND Flash Data Recovery Research Phase One – Completed
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    NAND Flash Data Recovery Cookbook is a research paper that covers typical NAND Flash data recovery related problems from physical damage to electrical damage to firmware failure. Today, we will find NAND Flash memory in every single of these devices: USB, SSD, SD card, monolithic flash media, Micro SD card, MS card, XD card, digital voice recorder, MP3 […]

     
  • Android Data Recovery

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      Today’s mobile devices increasingly preform on standardized operating systems. However, when it comes to recovering data, there is no such thing as ‘standard’. There are countless issues to address when recovering data from a standard Android system device. These issues are dealt with using a vast number of tools and techniques, ever evolving through […]

     
  • Flash Translation Layer

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    Recent technological advances in the development of flash memory based devices are consolidating their leadership position as the preferred storage media in embedded systems at the enterprise-scale as well as in end user storage systems. Unlike hard disks, flash devices are free of any mechanical moving parts.  Thye have no seek or rotational latency and […]

     
  • Flash File Systems

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    In very simple approximation a flash file system is designed for storing files on flash memory–based storage devices, such as NAND memory chips. Although they share the same name with the rest of the file systems such as FAT, NTFS, exFAT, HFS or EXT, the flash file systems are optimized for the characteristics of flash […]

     
  • Consolidation of Hard Disk Drive Makers (Part 5) – Into The Future

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    As the number of solid state drives (SSD) increase, prices are falling steeply while Seagate, Western Digital and to a lesser extent Toshiba rely on artificially high prices of hard disk drives and shorter warranties to make a quick profit. Hard drive manufacturers have been consolidating their operations for the best part of two decades. […]

     
  • 100TB Hard Disk Drive

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    The latest Magnetism and Magnetic Materials (MMM) Conference, organized by the IEEE Magnetics Society and the American Physical Society in Las Vegas 2015, was an oportunity for several speakers to discuss advances in hard disk drive technology and other spin-based non-volatile memory devices. Hard disk drives are a very popular digital storage devices primarly because of […]

     
  • Nanoimprint Lithography

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    Last week Toshiba and SK hynix announced an agreement to jointly develop NIL or Nano Imprint Lithography. The research was made possible after companies signed a memorandum of understanding in December last year. Development efforts should begin in April and practical adoption is expected to start in 2017. The collaboration is expected to reduce risk […]

     
  • Molecule-Based Magnets For Data Storage

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     The basic technology of magnetic data storage has been known since the late 19th century. The short version to explain how this works is explained that If small magnetizable particles on a substrate are influenced by a magnet or electromagnet they will arrange themselves in a north-south direction or in south-north direction depending on the […]

     
  • The World’s First 10TB Hard Drive

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    You might not be aware, but we are in the terabyte era. Though it’s been somewhat overshadowed by advances in Cloud Storage Technology, hard disk drive manufacturers are still pushing ahead with increasing capacities. Remember the drives with storage capacity of 4TB or even 6TB that seemed so massive just a short time ago? Well, […]

     
  • How Reliable Is Toshiba’s 5TB Canvio Desktop External Hard Drive?

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    Toshiba hails it’s  5TB Canvio Desktop External Hard Drive as a device that is easy to set up and ideal for expanding your storage needs. The drive offers high capacity storage in a small compact design, saving your precious desk space. It has a built-in USB 3.0 Interface and is backward compatible with USB 2.0 […]

     
  • My Data Rescue Plan

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    MDRL is proud to offer,  MyDataRescuePlan, a new preemptive tool to help you protect of your valuable data. Get you digital life back with My Data Rescue Plan In the event of data loss it is common to learn that recovery costs can reach hundreds, even thousands of dollars. MyDataRescuePlan boosts the likelihood of a successful […]

     
  • Seagate Enterprise 4TB Drive

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    The Seagate Enterprise 3.5 inch Hard Disk Drives, formerly known as Constellation ES series are capacity-optimized hard drives that support the highest density storage per square foot capable of up to 4TB per drive allowing for maximum density server and storage solutions. Drives are also perfect for reliable, 24×7 bulk data storage and have predictable […]

     
  • New Chromebook 2

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    Two weeks ago, Samsung Electronics announced their soon to be released Chromebook 2 Series. The new model is an improvement on the most recent and popular, Samsung Chromebook Line. Now having increased performance, extended battery life and a lighter build. These new products will be an extension of the popular Chromebook Line, which has led […]

     
  • New Interface for Solid-State Drives?

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    Solid-state drive (SSD) manufacturers are working with a new standard interface that allows SSDs to work at speeds closer to their full potential.     SSD developers have been using buses such as SATA, SAS or Fibre Channel for interfacing with the rest of a computer system. SATA has been the most typical way for […]

     
  • Shipments of SSDs Grew by more than 80 Percent

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    As Solid-state drives (SSDs) continued to outpace hard disk drive (HDD) sales by a wide margin last year these days they are even more popular, according to industry reports. A a storage industry publisher, Infostor claims that shipments of SSDs grew by 82 percent in 2013 to 57 million units. There is a 50 percent […]

     
  • USB 3.1 – Speeds up to 10Gbps

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    USB is currently the most popular standard for data transmission. However, later this year we should have the latest USB 3.1 standard, which will double the maximum theoretical transfer speed of 5 to 10 Gbps.   Behind it is the Industrial Alliance device manufacturers by the USB standard called “The USB 3.0 Promoter Group” , […]

     
  • New Data Recovery Video from Free Data Recovery Quote

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    Advanced Data Recovery Analytics releases new data recovery video guide. In this they describe how to submit data recovery request with Free Data Recovery Quote for any tablet. We invite you to participate and improve this service capabilities.   ADRECA’s Data Recovery Video Guide #01

     
  • My Data Recovery Lab is now participating in project ADRECA

     My Data Recovery Lab is now participating in project ADRECA
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    Last week, guys at Advanced Data Recovery Analytics announced their new web service. The purpose of this service is to create an accurate data recovery estimate from any device on the market today  and without actually having it in the lab. My Data Recovery Lab has been a great supporter of Free Data Recovery Quote from […]

     
  • Personal Computing Choices and Data Recovery Rates

     Personal Computing Choices and Data Recovery Rates
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    We are often asked by our customers’ for advice choosing the ‘best computer’, laptop or desktop. Well, it’s not always that simple. How can I avoid becoming a customer at My Data Recovery Lab? With so many choices available at vastly different price points, they want to know which brands offer the most reliable hard […]

     
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