Monolithic flash drive construction

By the time, design of electronic devices seems attractive, while the internal structure becomes even more complicated. Examples include monolithic USB flash cards. Monolithic flash drive construction was pioneered as a way to further shrink flash drives by compacting their components into a smaller, more durable package. Unlike others, memory in monolithic drives is wedded very permanently to the USB components present in the drive. Data recovery from these drives is difficult, time-consuming, and expensive.
The sophisticated USB storage device provided by our new client was packed with business-based documents, complicated schedules, reports, and statistical diagrams. Initial technical diagnostics revealed a possibility of data recovery. The owner of the USB flash card seemed to be in extreme anxiety and discomfort, as a person, waiting for news from his relative under surgery. After revealing a physical problem on the card, engineers acknowledged that there was no high probability of recovery. Nevertheless, they could meet customer expectations. Shortly after client confirmation, we managed to hand over all the required data.