Stanford, CA (PRWEB) August 19, 2005
ActionFront Data Recovery Labs' SignalTrace™ research was presented to TMRC (IEEE 16th Annual Magnetic Recording Conference, tmrc.nanointernational.org) on Tuesday at Stanford University.
SignalTrace™ is a breakthrough technology that can recover data from hard drives that are considered unrecoverable using current state-of-the-art recovery technology. ActionFront has coined the term Âdrive-independentÂ to describe their new process that can read digital media without using original drive electronics.
An ActionFront sponsored paper, ÂDrive-Independent Data Recovery: The Current State-of-the-ArtÂ (http://www.actionfront.com/ts_whitepaper.asp) was released at the conference. This new paper, by Charles Sobey of Channel Science, updates last years' white-paper "Recovering Unrecoverable Data - The Need for Drive-Independent Data Recovery". ActionFront is planning to begin production recoveries using SignalTrace™ technology later this year.
ActionFront Data Recovery Labs is a leading company recovering lost information from downed or inaccessible computers, backups, servers and corrupted or deleted file sets. Serving thousands of personal and business customers each year since 1989, lost data is retrieved from all types of digital media including hard drives, tape cartridges, photo cards, network servers, (RAID, NAS, SAN), tape autoloaders and optical jukeboxes and from corrupted file sets in software platforms such as SQL, Oracle and Exchange Server. ActionFront is ISO 9001:2000 certified and serves customers from locations in Atlanta, Buffalo, Chicago, Dallas, Santa Clara, Toronto and Tokyo. For more information please visit http://www.ActionFront.com.
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