Ready to run right out of the box, Mac mini with OS X Server features a quad-core
processor, ultrafast Thunderbolt technology, and now twice the storage capacity.
Serving up quad-core power.
Mac mini with OS X Server features a 2.3GHz quad-core
Intel Core i7 processor that delivers incredible speed and
performance, thanks to innovations like Turbo Boost 2.0,
Hyper-Threading, and an integrated memory controller.
Add in 6MB of L3 cache, and you’ll find that Mac mini with
OS X Server is packed with power.
Double the storage. It’s twice as big — on the inside.
Mac mini also has two 1TB 5400-rpm hard drives built in,1
so you can host wikis and websites, back up the data you need,
and store just about anything. For the ultimate in performance
choose flash storage, in either one or two 256GB solid-state
drives. This configuration performs up to twice as fast as the
previous generation’s flash storage and nearly five times as
fast as the standard hard drive.2
High-speed Thunderbolt I/O.
Thunderbolt technology gives you two channels on the same connector with
10 Gbps of throughput in both directions. And it lets you daisy-chain a display
and up to six devices, including high-performance storage solutions such as
the Promise Pegasus, via one compact port. You’ll see data transfer rates up to
12 times faster than with FireWire 800.
|OS X Server. The server for everyone.
Thanks to OS X Server, it’s never been easier to install, set up, and manage a
server. The advanced features in OS X Server turns Mac mini into a powerful
server that’s perfect for home offices, businesses, schools.
Server app. Your own mini IT department.
The Mac is famously easy to use, and so is Mac mini with
OS X Server. That makes it perfect for people who’ve never
run a server before, or for overtaxed IT departments. The
Server app will walk you through the setup process step by
step. And if you want help at any stage, just choose the Help
menu or click the Next Steps button.
Tools like the Server app let you quickly set up all your key
services as well as control users and groups. And Profile
Manager simplifies deploying, configuring, and managing
your Mac computers and iOS devices like iPhone and iPad,
including user accounts for mail, calendar, contacts,
messages, and more.
Share with ease. Collaborate with confidence.
The powerful services in OS X Server make it easy to share
information among Mac, PC, and iOS devices. Access control
lists (ACLs) manage who has access to what. Time Machine
backs up every Mac on your network. A wiki-powered website
lets groups collaborate easily. And calendar and contacts
sharing keeps everyone on time and in the loop.
Space saver. Energy saver.
Mac mini with OS X Server uses less than 11 watts of power
when idle3 — a fraction of the power needed by a similarly
equipped tower server. So it has a big impact on the way your
office works, but only a tiny impact on the planet.