Maxxcat: A Replacement for Google Mini?

July 9, 2012

In a giant spring-cleaning move, Google announced that five services will be permanently shutting down, including the search giant’s product Google Mini.

Google Mini was a small in-site search appliance provided by the company. As it was a popular service, previous users may wonder where to turn to get a search box for their site. We suggest MaxxCAT, an enterprise search engine that is easy-to-use and offers two types of hardware that are geared for small or large businesses. The company’s website asserts:

“If you are in need of a solution for you company’s data storage needs that is nimble, responsive, and easy to use, MaxxCAT can help by collecting all of your files, documents, and data into one highly sophisticated enterprise search engine system. MaxxCAT Corporation specializes in creating supremely optimized hardware devices that offer plug-and-play capability and user-friendly interfaces to boost your enterprise search needs. Currently, MaxxCAT offers two types of enterprise search hardware that outperform the competition in terms of performance, storage and even price.”

MaxxCAT’s website also provides a speed test between its product and Google Mini, as well as a comparison chart involving costs and performance among other factors. These demonstrations are sure to have anyone convinced after a little browsing.

Andrea Hayden, July 9, 2012

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