Professional Data Recovery Services

CBL Data Recovery retrieves more RAID and Server cases every year than any other data recovery company

Blade Server Data Recovery Services

Blade servers are self-contained computer servers with a very slim form factor similar to a pizza box. Unlike a typical server, blade servers are missing a lot of the usual components found in most servers to save space, but they still have all of the essential components necessary to fulfill their computing tasks within an enterprise network.

Blade servers are designed for specific purposes such as Web hosting and are popular in data centers because of their compact size. While blade servers need a lot less space in the data center, they have a single power supply, which is often a common failure point. They also usual have a single cooling system – again to achieve their compact size – and this can also be a common failure point.

Because of their widespread use in data centers, often they house data and transactions that are being processed in real-time, so their failure can be a serious threat to mission-critical operations of an enterprise.

Whatever the cause of your hardware failure and data loss, this is what you should do right now:

  • Do not panic.
  • Turn off the affected computer hardware.
  • Do not attempt to repair the failed device.
  • Contact a CBL Data Recovery expert at 03-7887-0679.

Founded in 1993, CBL Data Recovery is a leading international provider of data recovery software and services. CBL employs proprietary techniques to recover data quickly and effectively from a wide array of affected media including hard drives, tapes, and other magnetic, optical and removable media. CBL offers services worldwide through its network of data recovery laboratories, customer service centers and authorized partners around the globe.

CBL Data Recovery offer a variety of services to recover data from a wide variety of causes, including:

  • Hard drive failure.
  • Accidental deletion of files.
  • Virus contamination.
  • Software corruption.
  • Physical damage from fire or flood or other acts of nature.