Verbatim Datarecovery

In 1969, Information Terminals Corporation was founded by Reid Anderson, and officially was renamed Verbatim in 1978. Verbatim has always been prominent in the growth of data storage technology. Even today they are easily one of the most recognizable names in the business. They had originally started by developing their own cassettes with an extremely stable polycarbonate casing. They later applied this knowledge to creating a special shell for 8-inch floppy disks, to protect them from dirt, dust and damage. Within their first media factory in 1976, the disks they created were given an exclusive Teflon coating, and were available in a smaller 5.25-inch format.

The company continued to broaden, and developed an international reputation as a manufacturer of first-rate storage media. In 1990, Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation became the proud owners of Verbatim, and currently trades under the name of Mitsubishi Kagaku Media. They helped innovate and create Super Eutectic Recording Layer technology (SERL), which has been used for CD-RWs and other rewritable media. Verbatim was one of the few producers to include all popular formats in its portfolio, including many award-winning products. They began manufacturing external hard drives in 2007, and more recently began venturing into Solid State Drives with its SSD Express Card.

Products we work with include, but are not limited to:

  • Verbatim HDD Series
  • Verbatim Store’n’Save Series
  • Verbatim Acclaim Series
  • Verbatim Titan XS Series
  • Verbatim Store’n’Go series
  • Verbatim Store’n’Go Swivel
  • Verbatim Store’n’Go Elements Editions (mini)
  • Verbatim Store’n’Go Sports Editions (mini)
  • Verbatim Store’n’Go Pro series
  • Verbatim Blaze Drive series
  • Verbatim TUFF’n’Tiny
  • Verbatim TUFF-CLIP
  • Verbatim Clip-it
  • Verbatim Store’n’Stay Nano
  • Verbatim Wave USB
  • Verbatim PinStripe USB
  • Verbatim Corporate Secure Series
  • Verbatim V3 MAX
  • Verbatim SDXC Memory Cards
  • Verbatim SDHC & SDHC Pro Memory Cards
  • Verbatim Micro SDHC

Hotline: 0800 14 5005

Opening Hours

Winterthur Headquarters
Opening hours: 08:30 till 17:00 o‘clock Sat – Son: closed-directions

Datarecovery Zurich City Center
Opening hours: 08:00 till 17:30 o‘clock Sat – Son: closed-directions

Datarecovery Bern Bollwerk
Opening hours: 09:00 till 18:00 o‘clock, Sat: 11:00 till 17:00 o‘clock Son: closed-directions

Datarecovery Basel City Center
Opening hours: 08:00 till 17:00 o‘clock Sat – Son: closed-directions

Datarecovery Lugano City Center
Opening hours: 08:30 till 12:30 o‘clock, 13:30 till 17:00 o‘clock Sat – Son: closed