Seagate Technology has become the first hard disk drive (HDD) manufacturer to ship 2 billion hard disk drives. Since the first HDDs were used commercially in 1956, prices have dropped, storage capacity has increased, and the industry has seen exponential sales growth.
Today, hard disk drives are used in RAID servers, home computers, laptops, and more, with storage capacities of 3 TB and up. It took hard disk manufacturer Seagate 29 years to sell the first billion hard disk drives but only four years to sell its next billion.
“By 2015 households which today routinely consume 1TB of data a month are expected to generate 20 times the amount of data than they currently save,” said Richard Doherty, research director of the Envisioneering Group in a press release from Seagate.
24 Hour Data and Seagate Hard Disk Drives
Since our company's founding 15 years ago, we've been on the cutting edge of data recovery techniques for all models of Seagate hard disk drives. Any hard disk drive from any manufacturer is bound to fail after a certain number of read/write cycles. When it does, you need a company with data recovery specialists that understands the proprietary technology in popular hard disk drive brands and models like Seagate.
We recover hard disk drive data that suffered data loss from:
- Accidental overwriting
- Disk reformating
- Physical damage due to shock, fire, floods
- Logical damage
- Head crash, causing a damaged platter
Hard disk drives remain a ubiquitous part of today's technology in home and office environments. 24 Hour Data has the expertise to recover lost data from today's newest hard disk drives as well as older models that are nearing the end of their lifespan.
There's no need to worry about your mission critical business data or your family's photos, music and movies. We'll recover your data quickly, with industry high success rates, and at affordable prices, making hard disk data recovery feasible in any situation.