When K is placed after a number, it means 1024 times that number. If you computer has 128K that means that it has a little more than 128000 bytes of memory. Often telecommunications software will tell you that you have a certain amount of free memory to use as a buffer.

Dictionary of telecommunications. . 2000.

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