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  • n. Plural form of KVM.


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  • Also some KVMs present a composite device model and will stop working if you use the ugen default binding hack. (in prtconf, you will see "device" node with multiple children, sometimes named "interface").

    Sun Bloggers

  • RHEL 5.4 brought full support for the KVM hypervisor, making KVMs the primary virtualization solution.

    The Register

  • Chief among the new features for KVMs in this release is the better memory management and improved device interactions.

    The Register

  • As of this release KVMs will be able to use any attached PCI devices as if they were attached directly to the guest OS, rather than running as virtualized devices.

    The Register

  • Occupying just 1U of rack space, these new NetDirector (TM) KVMs can control a maximum of 128 (16-port models) or 256 computers (32-port models), with full-screen graphical OSD and multi-level authentication (Super Administrator, Administrator and User).

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  • • Data Center operational responsibilities, racking servers, working with KVMs, wiring, etc


  • Most USB KVMs should work fine on both the Mac and PC.

    The Unofficial Apple Weblog (TUAW)

  • IP KVMs have revolutionized datacenter management, granting IT unprecedented remote access to the datacenter via a Web browser.

    Infoworld News

  • Collocation services just wouldn't be practical without IP KVMs and other types of remote-management technology.

    Infoworld News

  • These keyboards, video displays, and mouses (KVMs, in brief) are controlled through switches that are plugged into the servers.

    Wi-Fi Networking News


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