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Post.Office, the Mac OS X mail server from Tenon, has been updated with Leopard compatibility.
The ExpressBox4 is an external chassis that can accommodate up to 4 PCI Express cards.
Apple has updated its Xsan software -- storage area network software for Mac OS X Server.
Apple’s new server Mac OS X server software, code-named Snow Leopard, will have a new file system and new features to deliver content to iPhones.
GizMac is offering a new version of its XRackPro2 designed to accommodate studio equipment and home entertainment gear.
Parallels Server beta 3 adds new features and functionality like integrated tools, an API and SDK, CLI and more.
Adobe on Wednesday announced the release of the Flash Media Rights Management Server software to help large companies protect their Flash-based content.
Intel confirmed that it would ship the six-core Xeon processor in the second half of this year, putting to rest rumors about its actual ship date.
Apple’s decision to discontinue the Xserve RAID doesn’t surprise John C. Welch. And while it will mean some complications for Mac IT, overall, there’s a lot to like about this move.
Apple has discontinued its Xserve RAID product, but users can still purchase drive modules. Apple also struck a deal with Promise Technology and qualified its products for use with Xsan 2.
Nexsan Technologies has set tomorrow for the unveiling of its SATABeast XI storage array, which it said will give provide added storage capacity to IT shops running Apple Inc.'s Xserve.
NetGear has expanded the ReadyNAS storage appliance line with 1.5TB - 4TB systems.
Tom Yager looks at Mac OS X v10.5 Server, and approves.
Apple has updated the Lights-Out management firmware in its Intel-based Xserve.
Apple could first plug Penryn processors into its Xserve line of Unix-based servers.