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KVM

KVM

(1) (Keyboard Video Mouse) See KVM switch and KVM cable.

(2) (KVirtual Machine) A version of the Java Virtual Machine for small devices with limited memory. See J2ME.

(3) (Kernel-based Virtual Machine) An open source virtualization environment for x86-based Linux machines that is included in Linux, starting with Version 2.6.20. Maintained by Qumranet, Inc. (www.qumranet.com), KVM adds a kernel module to Linux, which serves as the host OS. It also includes QEMU for emulating input and output. See QEMU, oVirt, virtual machine and virtual machine monitor.
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Live broadcast environments can also benefit greatly from KVM switching solutions, as NEP Australia is finding out.
Belkin's Secure DVI-I KVM switch supports the Belkin Secure DCU to enable easy remote KVM operation at the user's desk.
According to the company, the new KL9108/KL9116 IP LCD KVM on the NET products are available in 8- and 16-port models with a 17in display and are part of the ALTUSEN line of enterprise-class KVM solutions from ATEN.
ATEN offers a full line of channel-ready KVM solutions, remote access devices, and power distribution products that are backed by one of the industry's only 3-year warranty programs.
If the server crashes or loses its network connection, administrators can then use KVM over IP to access, diagnose and if necessary, reboot the server.
With a digital KVM over IP system, the administrator connects to the targeted remote computer via viewing software on the local machine.
KVM has many advantages compared to other hypervisors in use today, especially for public cloud infrastructure providers like Crosspeer.
With little success dealing with other KVM vendors, Guimette was finally led to ATEN Technology.
In total, Belkin has released an additional four KVM switches with micro cable technology, two KVM expanders and two KVM switches with CAT5 extensions.
Avocent's KVM over IP digital products along with their AMX system will allow us to manage our data centers in Austin and provide one complete switching solution for both remote and local server manageability," said Scott Emigh, Business Development Manager for the Austin MTC.