Mac Server Colocation
Your Mac Pro, mini, or Xserve in a Data Center
Host your Mac server in a MacStadium data center for the best colocation experience. Pay for hosting and your server is available 24/7 with a dedicated IP address and remote hands at the ready.
- Every generation of Mac mini supported
- Hosting for Mac Pros, Xserves, NAS, and more
- Secure environments with 100% uptime
- Access to fibre channel SAN storage (Mac Pro only)
Your Mac Managed by Experts
Save time by hosting your Mac in an always-online data center with staff standing by to support it.
No contracts, no hidden fees
Every Mac mini or Pro is assigned a subscription and slot in one of our custom, purpose-built Mac Racks. You don’t have to worry about overheating or vibrations lowering the lifespan of your servers as everything is designed to keep your servers online for as long as you desire.
Our remote hands support team is standing by 24/7 with hot spares available in case your colocated Mac fails. We’ll temporarily move you to a rented Mac while your server’s issues are diagnosed and corrected.
All servers feature unlimited and all-inclusive Internet use, remote management tools, and access to a wealth of Mac hosting knowledge. Prepare your Mac just the way you like before shipping it to us. When you’re done, we’ll ship your server back to you. Mac colocation at it’s best.
Our Mac mini Hosting Plans
Our Mac Pro Hosting Plan
Every Mac Pro is guaranteed access to our Elite+ Hosting plan which offers multi-channel Gigabit ethernet + PCI Fibre connectivity. By utilizing VMware ESXi, users can take advantage of high-performance SAN via fibre channel adapter attached directly to the dedicated Mac Pro server for deploying virtual machines and storing necessary data.
What Location is Best for You?
Located in Las Vegas, this is one of the safest geographical points in the country to run a data center and is a growth-friendly, low-latency option for organizations on the west coast and many in East Asia and Oceania.
MacStadium’s North American HQ and first data center is located in Midtown Atlanta near the Georgia Institute of Technology. Two inter-connected facilities with diverse upstream links make this a great location for any size customer.
MacStadium’s first data center in Europe (and international headquarters) is located in Dublin, Ireland. It offers high-speed, low-latency access to dedicated Mac for customers in Europe, the Middle East, and Africa.
Las Vegas Data Center Coming Soon
We recently acquired Macminicolo (read about it here) and that means more locations for hosting Mac servers around the world. While we continue bringing Macminicolo on board, you can't order servers there, yet. What you can do is head to our data centers page to learn more or head to Macminicolo directly. We'll be sure to keep you updated as we make more changes and Las Vegas becomes available for Mac hosting at MacStadium.
What’s the difference between the Pro and Elite hosting plans?
Our hosting plans only differ in the speed offered. Pro hosting offers 100 Mbps internet while Elite hosting offers 1 Gbps. That’s 10x the internet throughput. Both hosting plans receive the same features including unlimited transfer in both directions and are available in all our data centers.
With a Mac Pro, you’ll receive Elite+ hosting which is 1 Gbps over fiber channel providing redundant physical connections and allowing for data transfer and internet connectivity on the same channel without saturation.
As the DevOps Director at Bonobos, having a Mac thats always on and reachable from anywhere with a true gigabit network connection is important to me, and out of all the other services ive tried like this one, none had the performance and reliability that you guys have shown me over the last couple months.Jared (New York , NY)
I must admit, I didn't expect things to go this smoothly, or work this well. I expected more contention for bandwidth, more issues, less responsive support. What I got was a colocation service and support experience just as good as the best I've ever had, at literally one twentieth the price point for a single server.Adam (San Francisco, CA)