Denver, CO (PRWEB) September 30, 2012
eProvided, a compact flash data recovery company discusses the increase in production of NAND chips. NAND flash memory has been here for almost 2 decades.
Storage devices fail unexpectedly. NAND flash memory is a target when SD recovery problems arise, consumers must recover USB drives for similar reasons. 128GB flash memory chips are the storage of the future. NAND memory chips can crack and become damaged physically, leading to increases in compact flash data recovery problems. NAND wafers can be found in numerous types of memory cards and devices, cell-phones, iPhones, iPads, laptops, SD and SDHC cards. With larger SD cards comes larger data loss, leading to very specialized SD recovery services.
Try to recover a USB drive at a local repair shop when a 128GB NAND flash memory chip fails. You won't find too many places dealing with such an extreme service. Massive data network companies that power the internet backbones need speed and reliability, these same companies now use NAND flash memory storage solutions. OCZ Technology is a prime example of a manufacturer of very fast and very large NAND flash memory drives. But when drives fail and you need your data, it's companies like eProvided that excel in recovering the pieces.
As the NAND chips used in devices that require SD recovery grow larger in size, the lost data on the media grows larger and larger. With SD recovery problems, it's important to remember that even though digital media is safer to use when compared to HDD's, digital devices and USB flash drives, they do fail and a service to recover USB drive devices will be badly needed. Compact flash data recovery services have also been used for years by professional and amateur photographers experiencing SD recovery issues. Compact flash data recovery is a method of NAND recovery that can be utilized to get your very important data or images back quickly.
Samsung's move to mass produce large 128GB NAND chips show that these chips will be utilized in many new devices. According to tech-source, Apple is working on the Next-Gen of devices that will utilize built in NAND as the main component of its storage. Among these devices is the MacBook-Pro (computerworld.com). With mass production of large NAND going into full swing, one knows that the demand for compact flash data recovery services as well as the needs to recover USB drive devices will now become a critical service (eProvided.Com).
eProvided also discusses techniques used to recover USB drives when drives containing NAND's fail. Just as SD recovery utilizes replacement NAND chips to recover data, the same techniques are being used to recover USB drive devices. The data can be directly accessed from flash chips and a compact flash data recovery technique can be utilized to turn all of the bits of code back into actual working data.
Compact flash data recovery services and SD recovery services have come a long way. Technology is being developed so rapidly that some methods once utilized to recover USB drive devices no longer works. However, NAND is the predominant way to store data on digital devices and data recovery is possible.
Contact eProvided.Com toll free: 1-866-857-5950 with any questions in regards to NAND flash memory as well as any other data recovery needs.