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The Xserve series, Apple's most "heavy-duty" server line since the Network Server models, combine fast architectures in compact space-saving cases designed to be placed in industry-standard racks. Although the Xserve was the first Apple series to be rack-mountable, the first rack-mountable Macs were courtesy of Mac OS-Compatible manufacturer Marathon Computer. Complete technical specifications for the Xserve are below.
On November 5, 2010, Apple quietly announced that the Xserve line would no longer be sold after January 31, 2011. To replace the Xserve, the company introduced a Mac OS X Server-equipped Mac Pro and recommended that users also consider a Mac mini Server configuration.
Click on the triangle to the left of a name to flip down "Quick Specs" -- additional identifiers and basic configuration info to make it easier to find the exact Mac you are seeking -- and click on the name of the system for complete specifications.
You also can lookup an Xserve by the last three characters of its serial number.
Please be mindful of asterisks, as these indicate particularly important details are provided on the applicable specs page.