Network Time Protocol

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Network Time Protocol

(NTP) A protocol built on top of TCP/IP that assures accurate local timekeeping with reference to radio, atomic or other clocks located on the Internet. This protocol is capable of synchronizing distributed clocks within milliseconds over long time periods. It is defined in STD 12, RFC 1119.
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A range of Frequency, Phase and the Time synchronization range of products has been launched by Valiant Communications, with its GPS / GNSS based Primary Reference Clock with integrated IEEE-1588v2 PTP Grandmaster and NTP Server for installation at cell-sites to offer a comprehensive solution which should improve Mobile Network Performance and Reduce Call Drops.
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This latest carrier class NTP server card is fully integrated into Symmetricom's SSU-2000 Synchronization Supply Unit.
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TimeHub's NTP Server Card Supports Quality of Service (QoS) for Next Generation Applications Including IPTV
With optional GPS traceability, redundant clock cards, redundant power supplies and an NTP Server option, TimeCreator 1000 is a fundamental part of a cable operator's headend or hub network deploying M-CMTS, DOCSIS 3.
Expandability - TimeCreator can be configured as a root or slave server to support over 100 DTI clients in a headend or hub and supports not only the standard DTI, but has a GPS as well as NTP server output option.
From the most secure NTP server on the market to a high-performance basic model, we offer time servers with varying degrees of security management, ease-of-use and other options, all with the highest degree of accuracy and reliability -- critical support to the integrity of any business.
Acola's flagship product called CoBox, can be used as an NTP server to synchronize networked devices and servers to a GPS (global positioning satellite) time source.
The Cisco DNS/DHCP Manager also includes a TFTP server for loading images and configuration information to network devices over the network; an NTP server, a network time protocol that synchronizes time on all machines on the network; and a Syslog server that logs errors and status messages over the network to a central location.
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