64-bit ARM miniNode
64-bit ARM miniNode

miniNodes is proud to offer the first commercially available hosted 64-bit ARM Server!  This server is based on the 96boards HiKey 64-bit ARM development board, and is powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 6220 processor, which is an eight-core ARM Cortex-A53 64-bit SoC running at 1.2ghz.  There is 1gb of DDR3 memory, 4gb eMMC flash containing the OS, and a 16gb Class 10 microSD card installed for user data.  These servers run Debian 8.0 Jessie, with SSH access via a static dedicated IP address.

Check out more info on our blog post here:  https://www.mininodes.com/64-bit-arm-servers-now-available/


From: $24.99 / month Select options

ARM-poweredminiNodes are tiny dedicated servers that run Linux on ARM processors.  miniNodes can perform the same functions as a regular server, at a fraction of the cost and power used by a normal server. Available with either 32 or 64-bit ARM processors similar to those in smartphones and tablets, miniNodes can host cloud services and applications, serve websites, crunch big data, provide failover capacity, run IoT services, and more.  Give miniNodes a try, you’ll be amazed by what they can do.


 Easy on the Budget

miniNodes are full dedicated Linux servers, in a smaller package and price point. Individual servers start at only $10/month, and a range of products and operating systems are available to choose from.

Easy on the Planet

miniNodes are based on the same ARM processor cores that smartphones and tablets run on. They were designed to focus on efficiency and battery life, so they are low wattage and draw as little power as possible.

Easy on You

miniNodes run industry standard Fedora, Ubuntu, and Debian Linux distributions. This comfortable environment means your existing applications and code will work out-of-the-box, and you can be up and running quickly.