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Items tagged with: Backblaze

Do High Temperatures Kill Hard Drives?

Backblaze logoBackblaze says temperature isn't the hard-drive killer many of us think it to be.

Which Hard Drive Should You Buy For Your NAS?

Asustor logoBackblaze has shared more of its hard drive reliability data, naming makes and models. The results may surprise you.

Are Enterprise Drives Worth The Money? Backblaze Doesn't Think So

Are Enterprise Drives Worth It?Cloud backup provider Backblaze says Enterprise hard drives don't provide higher reliability and has the data to prove it.

How To Build A Cheap Petabyte Server: Take Three

How To Build a Cheap Petabyte Server: Revisited The third time around designing a Petabyte-capacity storage module shows that details still count. Like using desktop instead of "enterprise" drives.

iPhone App For Backblaze Is Almost Here

Backblaze logoBackblaze has announced an iPhone app for its $5/month unlimited cloud backup service.

TMT Investments Investing in Backblaze

Backblze logoTMT Investments has invested $2.5M in to Backblaze with an agreement for more on the first anniversary of the transaction.

Free Stuff and Discounts For World Backup Day

World Backup DayPlanning to do anything for World Backup Day tomorrow?

Backblaze 2.0 Reviewed

Updated - Backblaze 2.0 has improved backup speed and no backup limits. But it still might not be the best backup deal for you.

Backblaze Now Backs Up Any Size File

Backblaze 2.0Backblaze has announced a new version of its cloud backup service that now allows unlimited file sizes.

How To Build a Cheap Petabyte Server: Revisited

How To Build a Cheap Petabyte Server: Revisited

Updated - The last time we checked with Backblaze, their DIY "Pod" stored 67 TB for under $8,000. See how they've kept the cost about the same, but doubled the capacity and performance.

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