- Securely installs one or two Mac mini computers or servers inside a 1U rackmount enclosure
- Places the computers behind a robust front panel and beneath an attached top cover to deter theft
- Enables operation of computers power switches through front panel buttons, while front panel USB ports allow connection of a USB peripheral (keyboard, flash drive, etc.) to each computer
- Allows insertion of CDs and DVDs, use of the IR sensor, and viewing of power indicator LEDs through front panel slots
- Shallow mounting depth, and top cover padding which anchors the computers firmly in place make RackMac mini perfectly suited for portable rack installations
- Manages airflow through each computer from front to back, even when RackMac mini is mounted between two other components
- Provides open access to back of the computers to connect and disconnect cables; anchor points for cable ties provide simple cable management
Rack ’em Up!
For a long time, Apple kept a secret that was well known to a lot of people Mac mini computers make sweet basic servers. They even acknowledged this fact by creating Mac mini Servers with dual hard drives and no optical disc drive. Apple did not, however, mention how you should integrate Mac mini into a server rack. Setting them on a simple shelf is an option, but security is nonexistent there is no built-in option to secure the computer, which limits the Mac mini’s potential for widespread use in server racks. Sonnet’s RackMac mini fulfills the potential, making it simple to install and secure one or two Mac mini (Mid 2010) computers inside a rugged, powder-coated steel enclosure that occupies a 1U rack space.
Mac mini (Thunderbolt)
Mac mini (Mid 2010, aluminum unibody design)
Mac mini Server (Mid 2010, aluminum unibody design)