Major Mac OS X Server v10.1 Update Now Available
Industrial-Strength Server Delivers Increased Enhancements & Open Source

SEYBOLD SF 2001, SAN FRANCISCO, California-September 25, 2001-Apple=AE today
announced the availability of Mac=AE OS X Server version 10.1, the first
major upgrade to the company’s industrial-strength, UNIX-based server
operating system. Mac OS X Server v10.1 delivers system-wide performance
enhancements, increased reliability and substantially faster file transfer

The award-winning Mac OS X Server now delivers flexible storage options and
data redundancy with software RAID support. Mac OS X Server provides
educators with increased system reliability and responsiveness through
enhancements to NetBoot and Macintosh Manager 2.1. Mac OS X Server v10.1
integrates the most recent and reliable Open Source components including
Apache and Samba, as well as a new release of QuickTime=AE Streaming Server,
version 3.0.2.

“With Mac OS X Server v10.1, we’ve delivered a modern UNIX-based server
built on open standards,” said Philip Schiller, Apple’s vice president of
Worldwide Product Marketing. “With Mac OS X Server, building a powerful
network is easier than ever, setting a new standard in simplicity of
installation and administration.”

IT administrators in education, print publishing, design and web publishing
organizations will benefit from Mac OS X Server v10.1 enhancements

* system-wide performance enhancements that increase reliability,
launch server-side applications faster, speed printing times, increase
administration response and reduce file transfer times;
* the latest advancements from the Open Source community, with the
most reliable releases of Apache, Samba, PHP, MySQL, Tomcat and OpenSSL;
* RAID support for disk striping (RAID-0) and disk mirroring (RAID-1)
allowing flexible storage configuration, data redundancy and improved disk
read performance;
* a new release of QuickTime Streaming Server, version 3.0.2 for
streaming digital media over the Internet;
* improved reliability with enhancements to Apple file services,
NetInfo and Directory Services; and
* Macintosh Manager 2.1 support for local administration from Mac OS
X Server and support for the latest Apple Macintosh=AE systems with the
inclusion of Mac OS 9.2.1 within NetBoot.

Pricing & Availability
Mac OS X Server v10.1 software and Macintosh Server G4 can be purchased now
through the online Apple Store=AE (, at Apple’s retail stores
and through Apple Authorized Resellers in the following configurations:

* Mac OS X Server v10.1 (10-Client Edition), designed for
professional web masters and small work groups with simultaneous file
sharing to not more than 10 Macintosh clients, for a suggested retail price
of $499 (US);
* Mac OS X Server v10.1(Unlimited-Client Edition), uniquely suited
for classroom labs, creative professionals and medium-to-large work groups
with high volume file sharing activity, for a suggested retail price of
$999 (US);
* Mac OS X Server v10.1, 10-client to Unlimited-Client license
upgrade for a suggested retail price of $499 (US); and
* Macintosh Server G4, with a 733MHz PowerPC G4 processor, 256K of L2
cache, 256MB SDRAM, 80GB Ultra ATA drive, CD-RW drive, Nvidia GeForce2 MX
graphics, 10/100/1000BASE-T Ethernet, two USB ports, two FireWire=AE ports
and Mac OS X Server Unlimited-Client Edition, for a suggested retail price
of $2,799 (US).

The Mac OS X Server v10.1 software upgrade package is available for $19.95
(US) and includes the Mac OS X Server v10.1 upgrade CD, the Macintosh
Manager 2.1 CD, the NetBoot CD and a Developer Tools CD. U.S. and Canadian
education customers can receive the Mac OS X Server v10.1 upgrade free of
charge by calling 1-800-800-2775.

Mac OS X Server is designed to run on Macintosh Server G4, Power Mac=81 G4,
Power Mac G4 Cube, iMac=AE, Macintosh Server G3 and Power Macintosh=AE G3
computers with 128MB RAM and 4GB of available disk space.

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