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KVM may refer to:
- Kernel-based Virtual Machine, virtualization solution that turns the Linux operating system kernel into a hypervisor
- K virtual machine, for Java
- KVM switch (keyboard, video, and mouse switch), a hardware device for controlling multiple computers
- Rackmount KVM, a computer input/output device offering the combination of a keyboard, video monitor and mouse (pointing device), typically rack mounted
- K. V. Mahadevan, South Indian music composer
- Kalamazoo Valley Museum, a museum in Michigan, US
- Kheti Virasat Mission, a farmers' movement in Punjab
- Kosovo Verification Mission
- KV Mechelen, a Belgian football (soccer) club
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