Flash Storage Data Recovery
Flash memory is far more advanced than the traditional magnetic forms of data storage such as hard disk drives. To get your data back from a NAND flash storage device such as an SSD, smartphone, tablet, or USB flash drive requires a particularly large pool of talent, resources, and expertise. Fortunately, Gillware has all these things in spades, making us your best option when you need files retrieved from a broken or malfunctioning flash device.
Almost every portable data storage device today relies on NAND flash memory to do its job. You can find NAND chips inside your SSD, your phone, your thumb drive, and your memory cards. You can even find a NAND chip augmenting some of your traditional spinning-platter hard drives.
At Gillware Data Recovery, we have flash drive data recovery experts who can assist you with your flash media-related data recovery needs, regardless of what the device is.
“Flash” media stores data quite differently from the way your hard drive does. There are no spinning disks or moving parts that store data magnetically; instead, the data is stored electronically on nonmoving chips of non-volatile RAM.
When you plug a USB flash drive into your computer or boot up a PC that runs on a solid state drive (SSD), what you see on your computer looks the same as what you’d see on a hard disk drive. However, the way NAND flash memory devices store data is very, very different on a fundamental level.