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Linux miniNode ARM Server
A Linux miniNode is a Linux ARM server, running on ARMv7 architecture, ready for use.  It is a dedicated microserver, so it is not shared, and is not virtualized.  With full root access, miniNodes offer a superior level of customization and can be configured to run websites and email, host cloud applications and services, run Internet of Things (IoT) servers and communication protocols, deploy apps, test code, and much more.  Python, Ruby, Ruby on Rails, MeteorJS, MongoDB, Express, Angular, and NodeJS (MEAN stack) and many other frameworks run great on ARM processors.  Additionally, since the vast majority of phones and tablets use ARM processors, miniNodes are great for testing applications and code designed to run on Androids, iPhones, and iPads. Operating Systems available:  Ubuntu 16.04 LTS Upon purchase, your node will be formatted and configured, and you will receive an email with your IP Address and login credentials.
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64-bit ARM miniNode
miniNodes is proud to offer some of the only commercially available hosted 64-bit ARM Servers!  This server is based on the 96boards HiKey 64-bit ARM development board, and is powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 620 processor, which is an eight-core ARM Cortex A53 64-bit SoC running at 1.2ghz.  We have both 1gb RAM and 2gb RAM nodes available, with 4gb or 8gb of eMMC 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:  
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