Lacie Data Recovery

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About Lacie

LaCie was officially established in 1995 when a French company, électronique d2, took over the American computer storage company called LaCie. It wasn’t until 1998 that the merged company decided to keep the American company’s name and focus their business on IT storage solutions based on the Small Computer System Interface (SCSI) standard. As Apple adopted the SCSI standard, LaCie became closely associated with the Macintosh platform. In 2000, LaCie launched the very popular PocketDrive, which is a 2.5” peripheral disk drive. Over the next couple years, they released several products including the Fusion CD-RW in 2002, LaCie Big Disk and the first Triple Interface Hard Drives in 2003, and a 1TB external hard drive called the LaCie Bigger Disk. The company was changed forever when the market leader, Seagate Technology, announced that it planned to acquire LaCie for $186 million in 2012 and it was official by 2014. As a computer hardware company, they offer a wide range of products including external hard drives, RAID arrays, optical drives, Flash Drives, and computer monitors. Some of their common products include the LaCie Rugged RAID, LaCie 5big Thunderbolt 2, and the LaCie CloudBox.

Why Choose Us

We understand that data loss can be a very scary and stressful experience. We at the Data Rescue Center strive to provide our clients a safe, simple, secure, and cost-effective data recovery solution. The Data Rescue Center is a certified Seagate Recovery partner. Our experienced technicians and certified ISO 5 Class 100 clean room provide a safe environment to perform professional work that will not void your original warranty. By utilizing the most advanced recovery software, techniques, and technology, our technicians are able to recover data from many different data loss scenarios. We offer solutions for all types of data loss scenarios; whether you deleted files and require recovery software that we develop in-house, or if you have a physically failing drive that will need to be sent into our data recovery lab.

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