Workgroup Server 9150
An Apple Workgroup Server 9150 (right).
|Developer||Apple Computer, Inc.|
|Product family||Apple Workgroup Server|
|Release date||April 25, 1994|
|Discontinued||May 18, 1996|
|Operating system||7.1.2 - 9.1|
|CPU||PowerPC 601 @ 80 or 120 MHz|
|Memory||8 MB (soldered), expandable to 264 MB (80 ns 30-pin SIMM)|
|Predecessor||Workgroup Server 95|
|Successor||Workgroup Server 9650|
The Apple Workgroup Server 9150 is the only Apple Workgroup Server model not based on a desktop Mac. It featured an 80 MHz (speed bumped to 120 MHz in April 1995) PowerPC 601 board in a Quadra 950 style case. The internal bay of the 950 case was filled with a tape backup drive. Atypically, the floppy drive was moved to the bottom of the case, the only Macintosh that ever used this configuration, and uses a regular Mac DA-15 video connector instead of the unusual internal video connector of the other early Power Macintoshes.
Both models have 8 MB onboard memory and are expandable to 264 MB through SIMM slots.
Introduced April 25, 1994:
- Workgroup Server 9150: 80 MHz, 512 KB L2 cache.
Introduced April 3, 1995:
- Workgroup Server 9150/120: 120 MHz, 1 MB L2 cache, additional 8 MB SIMM included.
- "Workgroup Server 9150/120: Technical Specifications". Apple.
- Workgroup Server 9150 at Low End Mac and apple-history.com
- Floodgap ANSwers: The Apple Workgroup Server 9150
- "Workgroup Server 9150: Technical Specifications". Apple.
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