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What is a simple cheap solution for expandable network storage?

By kaeo.kepani ·
My company has set up a storage system based on over 30 clients, each with their own 80gb tray-swappable hard drive. We are looking towards moving towards a networked storage system, but we want to incorporate the 30 clients' hard drives into the system, while maintaining the possibility of expansion in the future.

I guess the problem here, I don't know of a system where i can have 30 hard drives attached to one PC. i've heard of a system called GhostCable where you can just keep adding in hard drives and so long as it has power, the computer recognizes the hard drives....but I might be out of my mind.

And the most difficult challenge: under $1000 as possible.

Any suggestions?

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by Dr Dij In reply to What is a simple cheap so ...

raid terabyte stores for about $1000.

Makes sense since a 750g drive is only $300, probably less now since I got one.

I think they may have been reviewed here on TR.

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