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Storage Pod - 180TB and Probably Growing

We thought ten people would care; instead a million people read our Storage Pod 1.0 blog post where we open sourced the Backblaze Storage Pod design and introduced the world’s most cost-efficient way to store big data. […] Today we introduce Backblaze Storage Pod 3.0 which stores more data, costs less, is more reliable, and is easier to service.

Because my knowledge of building hardware stuff has been stable around zero for-ever, I enjoy quite a bit at least reading about it.

the HN thread

Original title and link: Storage Pod - 180TB and Probably Growing (NoSQL database©myNoSQL)

via: http://blog.backblaze.com/2013/02/20/180tb-of-good-vibrations-storage-pod-3-0/