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KVM (plural KVMs)
- (computing) A device (from any of several dozen vendors) that allows Keyboard-Video-Mouse swapping for a series of server consoles, especially in a rack configuration.
- (computing) Kilobyte virtual machine: A virtual machine derived from the Java virtual machine specification, written for small devices with little memory.
- (computing) Kernel-based Virtual Machine, a virtualization infrastructure for the Linux kernel that turns it into a hypervisor.