Chinese manufacturers are on fire. This one looks like an ordinary external hard disk drive brought to me by an ordinary person for repair. The client complained that despite the capacity written on disk is 500 GB and large files can be written to it without any problems (at least the system shows that everything has been written), you can read only the last 128 MB of the file. By the way, the device was purchased in China. So, when service experts opened the hard drive they were 1) astonished 2) surprised 3) amazed 4) laughed for an hour 5) couldn’t believe their eyes. And all that because they saw… they saw… a simple 128 MB USB drive. Chinese, so Chinese.
Viktor S., Ph.D. (Electrical/Computer Engineering), was hired by DataRecoup, the international data recovery corporation, in 2012. Promoted to Engineering Senior Manager in 2010 and then to his current position, as C.I.O. of DataRecoup, in 2014. Responsible for the management of critical, high-priority RAID data recovery cases and the application of his expert, comprehensive knowledge in database data retrieval. He is also responsible for planning and implementing SEO/SEM and other internet-based marketing strategies. Currently, Viktor S., Ph.D., is focusing on the further development and expansion of DataRecoup’s major internet marketing campaign for their already successful proprietary software application “Data Recovery for Windows” (an application which he developed).
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