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Get ShareMouse KVM software for $10 per PC

Control one or more networked computers from a single mouse and keyboard. Normally $30 per license, this today-only deal is a Cheapskate exclusive!

By October 1, 2012


Microsoft's Mouse without Borders makes the KVM obsolete

Microsoft experimental software division's new Mouse without Borders makes it dead simple to control multiple PCs with a single set of input devices.

By September 12, 2011


Red Hat makes buy for KVM--but VDI too

Red Hat bought Qumranet primarily for its KVM open source project. But virtual desktops may be a better fit with Red Hat than they appear at first glance.

By September 8, 2008


Iogear's KVM switch does more than control computer

Iogear introduces the first KVM switch for laptop that also works as a data connection.

By August 25, 2008


Red Hat debuts virtualization management

At one time, Red Hat had planned to ship an embedded KVM hypervisor based on Fedora. But the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization Hypervisor uses the RHEL 5.4 kernel and thereby picks up the same hardware verification portfolio

By November 4, 2009


Ubuntu picks KVM over Xen for virtualization

Breaking step with leading Linux sellers Red Hat and Novell, Canonical's next version of Ubuntu will make KVM its "main virtualization focus."

By February 8, 2008


Red Hat testing virtualization lineup

Tests of new virtualization products based on Qumranet's KVM hypervisor are the next stage in development of the Red Hat Enterprise Virtualization lineup.

By June 18, 2009


Qumranet reveals reason for all that KVM work

Surprise! The KVM open-source virtualization software is at the foundation of a desktop virtualization software start-up's business.

By September 25, 2007


Project bridges Xen, KVM virtualization

Linux programmer Rusty Russell offers software that could unify some virtualization programming chores.

By June 6, 2007


KVM steals virtualization spotlight

A new open-source virtual-machine project has quickly won Linux allies, but its arrival brings complications.

By February 26, 2007