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Introducing Mac mini Compute Cloud (MC2) On Apple Silicon
On-Demand Compute Capacity Using Apple M1 Mac mini cloud servers
Palo Alto, CA -- MacWeb.com announces Mac mini Compute Cloud (MC2) is now on Apple Silicon M1 servers, an Internet cloud service renting on-demand compute capacity using dedicated Apple M1 Mac mini computers. MacWeb.com's Compute Cloud combines the hardware and software advantages of a dedicated Mac mini server with the low cost and instant deployment of cloud computing. With provisioning of a new 2020 Apple M1 Mac mini on demand iOS, macOS, web, and database developers now have a dedicated solution for cloud computing that does NOT share hardware resources or use virtualization.
All Mac mini MC2 instances feature Apple first-generation M1 processors with 8-core CPU, 8-core GPU, 16-core neural engine, integrated unified memory, and blazing-fast all-flash SSD storage starting at only $100 per month. The new, re-engineered 2020 Apple M1 Mac mini is a fast, reliable, and cost effective powerhouse. Compile iOS or macOS apps remotely with Xcode, run web applications, publish databases, or share files easily. With a M1 Mac mini MC2 instance there is no hardware to purchase, no hardware to ship, no lead time, and no commitment. Replace an aging Mac mini Internet server today with a new M1 Mac mini MC2 instance at MacWeb.com.
Apple Mac mini M1/ 8GB/256GB SSD $100/mo (Late 2020)
Apple Mac mini M1/16GB/512GB SSD $120/mo (Late 2020)
Apple Mac mini M1/16GB/1TB SSD $140/mo (Late 2020)
Custom build your own Supercomputer or Private Cloud with a bank of new 2020 Apple M1 Mac mini. Discounts available for volume Mac mini MC2 deployments.
With unmetered bandwidth, Internet bursting to 1Gbps, and no contract or commitment required, cancel at any time.
MacWeb.com is conveniently located in the heart of California’s Silicon Valley.
For more information visit: www.macweb.com