Looking for a storage option for large scale documents

ITKE Profile: ITKE
I have thousands of documents that I need stored (which are empty but appended to frequently / never deleted). They also need to be accessed by an unique ID. Most of these documents are very small some reach 10MB or more. I'm using MySQL but I'm looking for a better option. Can anyone recommend a storage solution for these large-scale appended documents?

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