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Except in one of those unusual, surprising, and presumably accidental cases where your solid-state drive (SSD) or USB
flash drive got smashed and physically broken — sudden, unexpected, utterly intractable failure is something you never saw coming.  While these all-semiconductor data storage units are indeed far less prone to break down than the traditional mechanical, ultra-delicate, spinning disk memories — with numerous moving parts — which we've been calling hard drives ever since the early 1980's, SSD and flash-drive malfunction can and does occur.  And when, alas, you've found that data recovery service has become a necessity, you need . . .

SSD Data Recovery Expertise

And MicroCom is ready to help.  SSD's are, especially in laptops or tablets, and increasingly in desktops as well, deployed more and more commonly as the only mass data storage device your computer system, fully replacing the need for a drive with a rotating disk.  As the level of implementation rises and the population of units increases, the need for data recovery service is rising. SSD drive by WDig Even though SSDs have zero moving mechanical parts to wear out by virtue of 100% construction from solid state electronic components, they are, perhaps counterintuitively, subject to wear!

        Nothing's Simple . . .

The NAND memory chips in which your data is stored actually have a surprisingly limited life-cycle.  Compared to magnetic technology used in hard disk drive recordings, a given storage space within the NAND will eventually stop retaining the recorded information after it has been changed many thousands of times, whereas on a hard disk, the data can be changed indefinitely.  This issue is well-known to all SSD drive manufacturers, and it is mainly because of this one factor that the SSD drive devices have become so phenomenally complex.  The complexity arises from an engineering design goal to implement what is known within the industry as "wear leveling"

Wear leveling is used to make sure all of the NAND memory locations get equally used and so it functions to dramatically extend the life-expectancy of the drive.  Briefly, it works as follows: if you are using, say, just 15% of your total available data storage capacity, with each access you make to your data, the SSD drive's internal controller will rearrange how your data is located within the several individual memory chips inside.  All of this data rearranging is performed by an internal controller chip and so is totally invisible at the drive's interface (connection to the computer).  Additionally, various data compression techniques are used to reduce the amount of data actually stored thus further reducing the "wear" load on the NAND memory components.

        Not a New Thing . . .

Many people believe that the advent of the solid state drive for computer data storage is a fairly recent event.  Actually various forms of solid-state drives have existed for over thirty years; they have always offered exceptionally high performance... which came also with a phenomenally high price tag.  What is fairly recent is the huge convenience that comes with an ability to retain stored data without power, and even more recently than that, we have higher capacities and low cost.  These factors have led to the explosion of popularity and marketplace acceptance we've witnessed recently.



  While advanced flash memory management technology has led to increases in performance and reliability, along with impressive decreases in the cost-per-gigabyte of SSD data storage, the result has lead also to a corresponding increase in device complexity.  Relative to data recovery, the bar for retrieval potential has therefore been continually on the rise owing to these factors. ......... to be continued.

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