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Movie Sound Specialist Demonstrates How to Build a 1.5T SAN for Under $35k

In an article that really ought to interest people running small high tech companies, CIO Magazine profiles Lew Goldstein, sound supervisor at C5 Inc. in New York City. Goldstein built a 1.5 Terabyte storage area network from individual components for less than $35 thousand. Martin O'Donnell has been preaching this approach to server construction for several years now. It's time to take another look at this approach, in light of the economic realities that most of us are facing.

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