If you're missing Apple's Xserve line of computers, then Sonnet's xMac Mini Server is one way to get your Mac back into the rack.
This story incorrectly tied Schroeder to a different effort related to Xserve. A correct link has been added to Schroeder's open letter.
A few weeks since Apple announced it would no longer sell an enterprise-class server, a survey of IT admins shows that they're sticking with the Xserve for now, despite disappointment in Apple's perceived disinterest in enterprise customers.
The cancellation of Apple's enterprise server--apparently due to low sales--is just another disappointment for IT admins who've worked for years to get more Macs into their offices.
Ahead of the public release of Mac OS X 10.6.5, Apple has seeded Mac OS X 10.6.6 to developers. Apple has also announced that Xserve will no longer be available after January 31, 2011.
The enterprise server will be discontinued January 31. As an alternative the Mac Pro will be offered with beefed-up specs and a copy of Mac OS X Server.
New version of Parallels Server for Mac is aimed at companies standardizizing on Mac hardware and at cloud services providers eyeing Mac OS X capabilities.
Apple has released a couple of firmware updates for their Pro and Server computer systems, addressing boot reliability and virtualization issues.
Apple's servers now have new Intel quad-core processors to get them up and running.
This blog initially mischaracterized the nature of the unlimited client license for Mac OS X Server Leopard that comes with a new Apple Xserve. It allows purchasers to connect an unlimited number of clients to that server.