Key points • Apple will not be developing a future version of Xserve • Orders for Xserve will be accepted through January 31, 2011 • Apple will honor all Xserve warranties and extended support programs • Transition options to deploy Mac OS X Server include Mac Pro with Snow Leopard Server and Mac mini with Snow Leopard Server
Well, when they stopped making the storage part of it, I wondered how much longer it has to go.
I'm researching the mac mini server for my workplace.
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