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Data Recovery ServiceToday 9:00 am – 6:00 pm
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QUBEX Data Recovery Denver Colorado specializes in professional data recovery services in Denver Colorado area and other states. We service private parties as well as companies. No job is too small or too big or too complicated.

We provide best data recovery service for all kinds of media: hard drive, flash drive, DVD, CD, smart phone, Virtual platform iSCSI data image from VMWare (ESX, ESXi, vSphere), Hyper-V, Citrix XEN Server, Oracle Virtual Box, image files (iSCSI, VMDK, VHDX, WIM), RAID 0, 1, 5, 6, JBOD and HYBRID RAID array, floppy, tape, voice recorder, SAN, NAS, DVR, NVR and many other devices. Operating systems we recover data from are: MS Windows, Linux, Solaris, Citrix, Novell, BSD, VMWare ESX(ESXi), AIX, NetWare, VMS, HP-UX and variants.

QUBEX Denver Data Recovery guarantees competitive pricing.
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QUBEX Denver Data Recovery Hours of operation:
Mon. - Fri. 9 a.m.-6 p.m. (Call us anytime if you have an emergency, 24/7 expedited service available)
Sat. - Sun. ON CALL

QUBEX Denver Data Recovery engineers are capable of performing the following operations:
- RAID array Data Recovery services
- SSD Data Recovery services
- Virtual Server Data Recovery Services
- Head actuator exchanges
- Platters exchange
- Electronic board (PCB) repairs
- Stuck head or spindle services
- Physically damaged media data recovery
- Server Data Recovery services, maintenance
- Hard disk Firmware services
- Password locked hard disk unlock service
- Password locked laptop unlock service
- System lock unlock service
- Damaged or failed hard disk duplication service
- Data extraction service
- Laptop boot or bios password unlock services
- OS account password unlock services
- Laptop Data Recovery services
- TAPE data recovery
- Flash drive Data Recovery
- Floppy data recovery service
- Certified Data Destruction services

QUBEX Denver Data Recovery has hundreds of donor drives readily available for faster turn around. We understand your urgency and will do our best to minimize your company down time providing you with great customer service at best pricing.

All QUBEX Denver Data Recovery employees are US citizens and have passed extensive background check to help maintain high security level for Military and Government clients.

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"Max was very upfront about the cost and percentage chance data retrieval."
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"But expect a fair and reasonable price for him salvaging your livelihood."
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"These guys recovered our hard drive after my HP mini laptop crashed."
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Jack D.C.
4 months ago
Max was great. I had a hard drive with broke arm and scratched disk (total loss of unrecoverable data). In my case nothing could be done to fix this except a time machine with a flux capacitor. Max was very upfront about the cost and percentage chance data retrieval. He acted in good business integrity that allowed me to weight the cost of trying a fix. I chose not to, but in the long run he won my future business with all things digital. This is a company I would gladly support in the future.
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richard boyd
2 weeks ago
Very helpful and friendly service. I called to see if they had availability and I had it fixed about 3 hours later. Plus he gave me a bunch of options to improve my hard drive and recover what I lost. Would definitely recommend.
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Fletcher Zaragoza
5 months ago
These guys are great. This is the first time I had to recover any information off any hard drives and I had three hard drives that needed repairing. I had no idea where to go and had heard that getting hard drives fixed was a pain, not to mention costly. So, I Googled up data recovery places and used Thumbtack to reach out to a few businesses in the area. Max contacted me and was really the only one out of few people who offered such a generous price for their services. Their communication with their customers is fantastic. Both Max and Mike stayed in contact with me and allowed me to think about whether or not to move forward with the repairs without being pushy or anything. Once I agreed to let them fix my hard drives they were quick to fix them and even allowed me to preview all of my files before I agreed to pay them. They recovered all of my information and the process couldn't have been more pleasant. They're good guys and they're good at what they do. Seriously...you should go to Qubex if you want your hard drives fixed. Trust me on that.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
We glad we were able to help you! Happy clients - is the greatest reward for us. Let us know if we can help you with anything else!
Chad Johnson
6 months ago
I am electronic engineer myself, but data recovery on RAID array is something i'd rather have real professional work on for me. So this is the case here. One of my clients got HP Proliant server failed recently with multiple virtual VMWare servers on it We needed database restored from it as well as websites for that company that were hosted on it. QUBEX data recovery of Denver did quick diagnostic and gave a reasonable price quote. We hired them. Job was done right. Database and other important data was recovered. We really appreciate your help guys! Will use your services from now on. Once again BIG THANK YOU!
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Hello Chad, we are glad we were able to help you with your data recovery needs, let us know if there is anything else we can help you with! God Bless!
George Wang
2 months ago
I had a problem with an overheating GPU in my laptop and I took it to him. He cleaned out the old thermal paste and replaced some newer paste in there, and now my laptop's running much cooler. Got it to him at about 5:00 PM, and I got it back by 6:00 on the same day, all for a very reasonable price. Very fast and efficient service, especially since all the other computer repair sites were saying that I had to wait at least 2 or 3 days before they could even begin service. I would definitely recommend him to anyone who has a problem with their computer.
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Britney Sinclair
2 months ago
If I could rate more stars I definitely would! My computer crashed last night, the day before my third quarter of an accelerated grad program at DU. I know some basics about computers and I tried everything, ultimately giving up due to a crashed hard drive. After burying myself in bed and crying over my lost capstone, internship notes, essays, research, scholarship applications, resumes, and work projects, I decided to look up local data recovery places. Thank God I found Qubex!!!! Took my laptop in first thing in the morning- hoping for the best. I was told a FREE diagnostic would take a couple of hours and we could go from there. I found out my hard drive was fried but (I never got his name so we will call him Max cause that's what the other reviews say!) Max said he could retrieved ALL of my files and have my computer up and running- BY THE END OF THE DAY. He was there well after closing, just to help me out before classes start tomorrow!!! What an excellent human being!!!! Hanging out and waiting for your repair is like talking with a buddy. We worked out a price I could afford. Very flexible when it comes to payment. He really does just want to help you out and make customers happy. Data recovery isn't cheap and it's hard work so don't expect a miracle. But expect a fair and reasonable price for him salvaging your livelihood. My laptop is top notch now and I am less stressed going into the new quarter. He even advised me on which kind of hard drive I should use, what the pros and cons were, etc. so I could make an informed decision based on more than just price. I cannot emphasize enough how ABSOLUTELY AMAZING this guy is. He is kind, caring, and will teach you a few things about computers while you wait. Hands down THE BEST customer service experience I have ever had in ANY setting!
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Kenneth Schalhoub
5 months ago
My five year old Dell laptop had a buzzing CPU cooling fan. I took the computer to QUBEX and Max ordered a new fan and installed it quickly and perfectly. I am new to Denver and am happy I now have a reliable top quality computer repair company for any present and future problems. Thanks Max, Ken
Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Ken, thank you very much for your warm feedback, it is our greatest pleasure to see our clients happy!
Tommy Z
7 months ago
I went to Qubex after trying another hard drive recovery place in North Denver. The place in North Denver said they could recover my info, then sold me a drive that supposedly had all the transfered/cloned files. Well, it didnt work, and when went back and asked the technition to show me the files on a Mac, he said they didnt have a Mac on property because they don't work on them that often! The tech looked at my drive again and said the files were corrupted and lost. I decided to look for someone who specialized in Macs, and went to Quebex in South Denver. They found my all my files and had them installed on my new hard drive the next day! Worth the drive.
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Response from the owner - 4 months ago
Thank you for your warm words! It is our greatest pleasure to see our clients happy!

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 QUBEX DENVER DATA RECOVERY SERVICE, DENVER DATA RETRIEVAL SPECIALISTS. Laptop. Desktop. Server, portable drives, NAS.
 QUBEX DATA RECOVERY company offers professional data recovery services for various Flash memory based storage devices such as  FLASH DRIVES, Solid State Drives, Solid State Arrays and SSD RAID Servers.

 We will recover data if you have experienced:
- Firmware corruption
- Static damaged devices
- Physically damaged drives
- Electrical surge damages
- Translator issues
- System Freezes
- Worn out chip cells

Shown is a good example of an older type of a drive that has
failed in particular it has failed firmware. It is INTEL 320 Series SSD 160GB capacity, Model# SSDSA2BW160G3H FW#4PC10365 HP OEM PN# 652185-002 This drive is based on Intel PC29AS21BA0 as main controller chip, which is accompanied by HYUNIX RAM H55S5162EFR-60M a 512M 32Mx16 4Bank 166MHz and INTEL 29F16B08CCME2 a 25nm MLC NAND Flash asynchronous mode only. This drive came from HP Pavilion DV6 Laptop.
All data was successfully recovered. Client happy we are happy!

CALL QUBEX DATA RECOVERY if you have experience any problem with your Solid State Drive and need data recovery service.

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HyperX Releases HyperX Predator PCIe SSD
HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, announced the HyperX Predator PCIe SSD today in 240 GB and 480 GB capacities. The Predator's performance specifications jump right off the page with 1,400 MBps and 1,000 MBps of sequential read/write speed. The specifications alone tip us off that the Predator is a PCIe SSD; the throughput far outstrips the boundaries of the traditional SATA 6 Gbps connection.

The random performance specifications are equally impressive at speeds up to 130,000/118,000 random read/write IOPS. Another redeeming quality is the amazing endurance rating of 1.7 Drive Writes Per Day (DWPD). This is far beyond the normal endurance of a typical consumer SSD and supports up to 805 GB of writes per day over the 3-year warranty period. The healthy endurance rating will even make it suitable for more demanding prosumer and enterprise applications. 
The m.2 slot is becoming more common on motherboards, but unfortunately many of the current crop of m.2 SSDs are hamstrung by SATA 6 Gbps controllers. The HyperX Predator satisfies our speed cravings by leveraging the first Marvell Altaplus 88SS9293 SSD controller we've seen on a shipping product. This controller connects via AHCI over the PCIe 2.0 x4 interface and offers more speed than the SATA 6 Gbps m.2 SSDs currently on the market.

The Predator comes in either a PCIe adapter that allows use in motherboards without an m.2 slot, or separately as a single m.2 SSD. The HyperX Predator is geared for the enthusiast crowd, and its pricing reflects that at nearly $1 per GB. Many users will also crave more capacity than the 480 GB available, but there is precious little competition in the m.2 PCIe SSD market. Currently, the highest capacities on the market weigh in at 512 GB.

Options are limited. Currently, only one other product, the Samsung XP941, offers the full benefits of the PCIe connection. The Samsung SM951 sports a PCIe 3.0 x4 connection, but it has only been spotted in OEM products so far. We expect availability through limited distribution channels, such as RamCity, next month.

We also have yet to see any client-oriented NVMe products enter the market. Plextor will also launch a Marvell Altaplus-based SSD soon, the M7e, which should foster some competition in the pricing department.

The m.2 crowd also seems to favor shorter warranty periods. Some 2.5" SSDs carry ten-year warranties, but both the Kingston and Samsung m.2 offerings only offer 3-year periods. Perhaps in the future we might see longer warranty periods as more manufacturers enter this space.

For those searching for bleeding-edge performance in the m.2 form factor, the HyperX Predator seems to fit the bill, but as always, we will see how it stacks up in real world testing in our forthcoming review. Stay tuned.
More here: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/kingston-hyperx-predator-ssd-m.2,28807.html
HyperX, a division of Kingston Technology Company, announced the HyperX Predator PCIe SSD today in 240 GB and 480 GB capacities.
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USB Thumb drive, Jump Drive, Flash drive, memory cards data recovery by QUBEX data recovery Denver
QUBEX Data Recovery of Denver Colorado - Yet another USB Thumb flash disk drive data recovery, this time it is LEXAR USB 3.0 32GB capacity. ALL DATA SUCCESSFULLY RECOVERED.
 No matter what your case is, corrupt firmware, bent, thorn ,cracked, burnt, drowned USB thumb flash drive data can still be recovered. QUBEX Denver data recovery of CO deals with all kind of damages imaginable on daily basis. Our main concern is to have flash NAND or NOR memory chip not to be cracked or burnt because that's where all your data reside. Even if your chip has all pins cut off we can still read it. We have developed our own technique that allows us to do that, not many companies will even deal with this type of damages, but we are and we are good at it. Check our online reviews, check our pictures - ALL REAL.
If you have experienced a data loss situation involving flash type of media, be it a solid state drive, USB flash drive, voice recorder, answering machine, photo or video camera card drive - we will be able to help you.
We are professional data recovery company, utilizing hi-end hardware along with know-how techniques.
Give us a call @ 720-319-7239
We will provide free consultation if you have questions and help you to find best solution for your professional data recovery needs in Denver Colorado. — at Qubex Denver Data Recovery.
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 Shown is a DELL XPS series laptop W01A / W01001 with failed hard drive which is a SEAGATE Momentus SATA hard drive. This is relatively new model and usually drives have plenty of life in them, but when you drop it accidentally, or use it in harsh and rough way - they will fail. Hard Drives are very delicate devices and require adequate usage conditions. Be accurate and you wont need professional data recovery services, of course do backups. 
Data Was fully recovered. Client happy - we are happy.

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Shown is a DELL XPS 13-9333 that came in for data recovery and OS re-installation. Data was corrupt due to a viruses. OS would not boot properly causing various errors of missing files, popups etc rendering this DELL XPS laptop unusable. This laptop is equipped with LITE-ON Solid State Drive (SSD) LMT-256M6M DP# 0XXM30  FW:DM8110F   TOSHIBA TH58TEG9DDJBA89 flash memory chips accompanied by NANYA nt5cc256m16bp-cg DDR3 RAM and main controller built on Marvell 88SS9187 ( 6 Gb/s SATA controller features an open, world-class architecture that supports industry standard, high-speed NAND flash interfaces up to 200 MB/s per channel. The 88SS9187 integrates a dual-core
Marvell 88FR102 V5 CPU with shared DTCM and ITCM SRAM. The 88SS9187 also includes a high-performance ECC
engine with adaptive read and write scheme. The on-chip RAID functionality supports the latest generation of NAND
flash devices in the fast-growing solid state drive (SSD) markets. In addition to its breakthrough performance, the
88SS9187 features the industry’s lowest active and stand-by power consumption at this performance level, meeting
the requirements of the most demanding high-growth Ultrabook computer market. Leveraging Marvell’s expertise in
delivering high-performance, low cost and low power silicon solutions, the 88SS9187 brings leading-edge SSD
acceleration technology to high-end computing devices for enterprise, mobile, and mainstream consumer markets.)

If you have any DELL Laptop and need data recovery service, call QUBEX DATA RECOVERY SERVICE 

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Toshiba has announced new enterprise class hard drives 2, 3, 4, 5, 6TB sizes Toshiba MG04ACA600A, MG04ACA600E, MG04ACA500E, MG04ACA500A, MG04ACA400A, MG04ACA400E, MG04ACA300A, MG04ACA300E, MG04ACA200A, MG04ACA200E.
The new MG04ACA series from Toshiba is composed from drives which are meant for enterprise, mission-critical applications, while sporting higher transfer rates and capacities. The tested sample comes with 128MB of cache and comes in two versions, depending on the applications it is needed for: with 512 sector emulation or strictly with 4K sector. Make sure to choose wisely which drive is for you and your setups in order to bypass any incompatibilities which may arise.
MG04ACA series from Toshiba is aimed towards enterprise applications and these are available with different capacities: 2TB, 3TB, 4TB, 5TB or 6TB. Depending on the sector size, we have models ending with E, which do also have 512 B sector emulation and support legacy applications and operating environments which require sectors of this size, but also models ending with A, which lack this emulation capability. For the drives which are available to emulate 512 sectors, Toshiba also introduces the Persistent Write Cache Technology for Data-Loss Protection in a sudden power-loss event. The drive retains the 3.5-inch 26.1 mm height form factor, with a width of 101.6 mm and a length of 147 mm. Also, the drive weights a total of 770g and on top we have a sticker which informs us regarding the power rating, manufacturing location, serial number, firmware or revision.
Should you encounter any problem with any of such drive, give us a call, we will help you in solving your data recovery needs.
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Toshiba Unveils 48-Layer BiCS 3D NAND
Toshiba announced that it is shipping samples of its 48-layer three-dimensional BiCS (Bit Cost Scalable) stacked cell structure flash. In simpler terms, BiCS is Toshiba's own spin on 3D NAND. The new Toshiba flash comes in 128 Gbit (16 GB) die with 2-bits-per-cell, which is the same number of bits-per-cell compared to standard 2D planar MLC NAND. 

The move to 3D NAND structures is inevitable, as standard planar NAND (2D) is running against a developmental wall. As NAND lithography shrinks, the errors begin to multiply while endurance plummets. The only way out, for now, is up. Current 2D NAND spreads the cells out flat like a checkerboard, but 3D NAND stacks the cells vertically, much like rooms and floors in a hotel. This new vertical architecture solves many of the problems associated with increasing NAND density.

Toshiba's new BiCS NAND will increase endurance and performance while reducing power consumption. Several companies are bringing 3D NAND to market, and each has a unique design that will lower cost in the long term by packing more transistors into a smaller space, thus producing a cheaper product.
Toshiba, which actually invented NAND, collaborates with SanDisk to produce NAND products through the Flash Forward Ltd joint venture. The team has had BiCS in the pipeline for quite some time; development was originally announced back in June 2007. Toshiba has spent considerable time optimizing BiCS for mass production and has been vocal that it would not bring BiCS to market until it is cost-competitive with planar products (i.e. profitable).

Samsung was the first to market with its 3D V-NAND, and it's already shipping finished SSD products. Samsung has already progressed through two generations of V-NAND; the initial 24-layer design features 128 Gbit die, and the second-generation 32-layer design features 86 Gbit die. Many industry analysts have opined that Samsung is likely not pulling the best yields, or profit, from its current-gen V-NAND products, but that remains speculation.

Samsung goes it alone in the NAND world, but it is competing with another tag team with impressive clout. The Intel/Micron IMFT (Intel-Micron Flash Technologies) partnership is bringing its 3D NAND products to bear, and currently it has the density advantage. Details are scarce on the IMFT offering, but we do know that it features 32 layers and an impressive density of 256 Gbit (32 GB) for the MLC version. IMFT will also offer a 3D TLC part with an amazing die density of 384 Gbit (48 GB). Intel indicated at its Investor Meeting that shipments will begin in the second half of 2015.

SK Hynix is the wild card. The last known information had it developing a vertical floating-gate structure termed "DC-SF." This unique design will continue to utilize the floating gate, whereas others have moved on to charge trap. SK Hynix projects production in 2016.

There is no word on the BiCS lithography, and neither IMFT nor Samsung have released this information on their respective 3D NAND products, either. All 3D NAND products feature a relaxed lithography, some speculate Samsung V-NAND is 3x nm (30-39 nm), but as the products mature into successive generations the manufacturers will shrink lithography and stack the cells higher. Toshiba has the stacking lead with its 42-layer design, and we expect that a 3-bits-per-cell (TLC) BiCS announcement will come in the future.
More here: http://www.tomshardware.com/news/toshiba-bics-nand-3d,28830.html
Toshiba has launched its 3D NAND salvo by announcing that it is sampling 48-layer BiCS 3D NAND with a 128 Gbit die.
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Shown is a SAMSUNG series SSD with failed DC distribution IC that is blown due to over voltage / over current. This is small capacity model has 16GB of space. It is built on SAMSUNG ARM S3C49RBX01-YH40 main controller with SAMSUNG K4M56323P1-CG75 RAM and SAMSUNG K9LGBZ8U1M SCKO

Solid State Drives (SSD) are very delicate devices and require adequate usage conditions. Dont mess with them and you wont need professional data recovery services and of course always do backups. 

Data Was fully recovered. Client happy - we are happy.

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Shown is a SONY VAIO laptop SVS13112FXB / SVS131B11L hard drive that has failed is SAMSUNG Spinpoint M8 HN-M640MBB /VAO or SEAGATE Momentus ST640LM001 Rev.A  and FW:2AR10002 
Seagate has purchased Samsung storage some time ago, so they still use labeling from both manufacturers Samsung and Seagate, other than that it is same hardware, just different sticker.
This one is 640GB 5400 RPM 8MB Cache SATA 3.0Gb/s 2.5" Internal Hard Drive Drive
Data Was fully recovered. Client happy - we are happy.

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Samsung Introduces 128 GB 3-bit eMMC For Mobile Applications
Samsung is hoping to expand the storage capacity of mid-market mobile devices with its speedy new 128 GB eMMC 5.0. In many ways, eMMC packages are simply smaller SSDs that provide data storage for phones, tablets and other mobile devices. eMMC consists of a controller embedded onto a small NAND package, which is perfect for space-constrained mobile devices.
Mobile phones have limited onboard storage, and many are moving away from offering microSD cards for capacity expansion. The reason many companies don't allow microSD cards? It's easy to assume that it's due to the markup. It can cost upwards of $200 to upgrade to a 128 GB iPhone 6 Plus, for instance. This is more than quadruple the current price of the NAND used in SSDs, which can retail as low as 40 cents per GB. It's clear that a low-cost solution is needed to reverse the high-priced trend.
“With the introduction of our value-focused, 3-bit NAND-based eMMC 5.0 line-up, we expect to take the lead in the expansion of high-density mobile storage," said Dr. Jung-Bae Lee, Senior Vice President of Memory Product Planning and Application Engineering Team, Samsung Electronics. “We are continuing to enhance our next-generation embedded mobile memory offerings with improved performance and higher densities to meet increasing customer demand across the mobile industry."
Samsung's 128 GB eMMC is catering to the mid-market by combining eMMC 5.0 and 3-bit NAND. Samsung already offers a 128 GB eMMC UFS 2.0 product for high-end devices with 2-bit NAND, but low cost storage is the key to mid-range devices. 3-bit NAND, more commonly referred to as TLC, offers higher density and a lower price point than the typical 2-bit MLC found in most devices.
3-bit NAND's endurance is considerably lower than 2-bit, but clever engineering has made it useful for a wide range of applications. Apple pioneered using 3-bit NAND for mobile applications in its iPhone 6 Plus, and 3-bit is also used in datacenter and PC applications. It will undoubtedly be the storage of choice for future mobile devices.
There are also faster eMMC 5.1 devices on the market, but eMMC 5.1 (and its UFS 2.0 competitor) will only be found on high-end phones for some time to come. eMMC 5.0 will continue to address the mid- and low-end, and Samsung's product still offers the same sequential speed of 260 MB/s for sequential tasks, such as recording and playing back video. The small packages also offer up to 6,000 random read IOPS, and 5,000 random write IOPS. This weighs in at roughly 10x the speed of a typical external memory card and provides ample speed for multitasking and other intensive workloads.
It will take some time before these new eMMC packages filter down to end user devices, but here's hoping it finally spurs the needed value-centric capacity renaissance in mobile devices.
More here:
http://www.tomshardware.com/news/samsung-mobile-nand-emmc-128gb,28791.html
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Laptop data recovery service - a Samsung Laptop NP540U3C-A03UB with failed HITACHI HDD Z5K500-500 HTS545050A7E380 PN#0J31905 MLC:DA5405 H2T500854S7
Drive was not recognized by computer, but was spinning. QUBEX data recovery service engineers diagnosed drive failing head and SA problems along with bad surface most likely due to a rough usage. All critical data was recovered.

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