DriveSavers: RAID Data Recovery Review

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Data retrieval services for redundant array of independent disks (RAID) storage devices are one of DriveSavers’ specialties. 

RAID levels generally range from RAID 0 to RAID 10, where DriveSavers RAID data recovery delivers services.

DriveSavers provide recovery solution for the levels of RAID: including RAID 0; RAID 0 1; RAID 1; RAID 1E; RAID 3; RAID 4; RAID 5; RAID 5E; RAID 5EE; RAID 6; RAID 10; RAID 50; RAID 51; RAID 60; RAID ADG ZFS; RAID Z; RAID Z2; and RAID Z3.

See below to learn all about DriveSavers RAID data recovery and where it stands in the data recovery market:

DriveSavers and data recovery market

The global data backup and recovery market value was estimated to be valued at $10.61 billion in 2021, and it is expected to reach $19.11 billion by 2027, at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 10.3% from 2022 to 2027.

Scott Gaidano founded DriveSavers in 1985 with the mission of maximizing the chances of a successful data recovery while offering high customer service. Today, DriveSavers is a leader in data recovery services and delivers data recovery services with over 90 professionals and supporting over 18,000 customers.

RAID storage

RAID is an advanced level storage technology that combines multiple disks to provide higher read and write speed of data, security, and fault tolerance. RAID technology is common among enterprise-level storage devices and many high-capacity consumer storage devices.

However, RAID storage can experience data loss for several reasons, such as hardware failures, human error, software issues, and application failures. As such, companies should have a data recovery resource, such as DriveSavers, which can operate on RAID storage.

DriveSavers RAID recovery differentiators

DriveSavers engineers have the recovery knowledge and technical specialization that comes from over 35 years of data recovery experience, allowing the company to achieve a high success rate. Some of the key areas of differentiation for DriveSavers RAID data recovery are below.

Technical specialization

DriveSavers Enterprise Systems Group specializes in recovering data from all operating systems and high-capacity devices, including RAID as well as network-attached storage (NAS), storage area networks (SANs), and multi-disk servers.

Technical alliances

Depending on the manufacturer, RAID devices are constructed with unique components and configurations. DriveSavers has technical alliances with RAID controller manufacturers that enable the development of proprietary techniques and technologies for data recovery. DriveSavers RAID aids in data recovery from RAID devices based on solid-state drives (SSDs), hard disk drives (HDDs), and more complex hybrid and tiered storage environments.

Cleanroom environment

Any particulate matter that enters a drive can cause extreme damage and data loss. DriveSavers Certified ISO Class 5 Cleanroom is an advanced data recovery cleanroom in the market. Its dust-free, static-free, temperature- and humidity-controlled environment maximizes data recovery successes on all storage devices, by protecting the platters and electronic components on the drives from “killer particles” while they are open and vulnerable to damage.

DriveSavers RAID recovery use cases

DriveSavers RAID data recovery delivers a range of forensic services for all RAID devices and configurations:

“First class service and support, highly recommend if you need data recovery. In one week (Monday to Monday) our NAS RAID was received by DriveSavers, evaluated, and all data was recovered and delivered back to us. Absolutely amazing and work lifesaver!” -Customer, Bruin, Pennsylvania

“Lightning wiped out 15 years of professional and personal photographs on my external RAID tower. It took several months, but DriveSavers was able to recover almost everything from nearly 5TB of photographs. I feel like I’ve been given back a piece of my life! I can’t recommend them enough.” -Customer, Sheboygan Falls, Wisconsin

“Was able to retrieve data from failed RAID5 HDD. Two of which were physically damaged. Responded quickly, and was very informative. Would highly recommend.” -Customer, Los Angeles

User reviews of DriveSavers

DriveSavers data recovery services receive mostly positive reviews from several user review sites. Users at TrustPilot rate DriveSavers Data Recovery at 4.8 out of 5, and SpiceWorks’ community rates DriveSavers at 5 out of 5. According to, users rate DriveSavers at 4.9 out of 5.

DriveSavers RAID data recovery pricing

The cost of RAID data recovery is determined by the complexity and completeness of the recovery, which is based on the complexity of the mechanical and logical issues, the quality of the recovered RAID data, the quality of file names, and the data structure.

The work involved in recovering files from data storage devices is complex, and whether the customer recovers one file or all files, the effort is the same for the engineers. DriveSavers attempts to recover all data on the device.

After a free evaluation of a RAID device, DriveSavers provides a price range. However, the maximum final price will never exceed the maximum price that was first quoted. The final cost is determined by the success and completeness of the recovery and the selected turnaround time.


Data recovery is a complex and sensitive task in which highly trustworthy service is an important factor. DriveSavers is a leading data recovery company with a large and experienced team, including the RAID specialization. Users report DriveSavers RAID data recovery teams are able to recover data from RAID storage devices.

Al Mahmud Al Mamun
Al Mahmud Al Mamun
Al Mahmud Al Mamun is a writer for TechnologyAdvice. He earned his B.S. in computer science and engineering from Prime University, Bangladesh. He attained more than 25 diploma courses and 100 certificate courses. His expertise and research interests include artificial intelligence (AI), artificial neural networks, and convolutional neural networks.

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