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On Friday, Apple announced that it will discontinue the XServe server hardware as of January 31, 2011. In an online document called Xserve Transition Guide, Apple advises people to use the Mac Pro or Mac mini as a server platform for Mac OS X Server.
In the document, Apple said "Mac Pro systems deliver performance and expandability equal to or surpassing Xserve" and that " a single Xserve could be replaced with one or multiple Mac mini server systems." The company also said that the Mac mini is "Apple's most popular server form factor..."

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