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Archive for February 2020

4 Reasons Why You Should Purchase Synchronized Clock Systems

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Planck time is the world’s smallest unit of time. Also, the world’s smallest length is known as Planck length. The time light takes to cover a single Planck length equals one Planck time. With that said, poor time management could mean lowered efficiency. Being a manufacturer can at times seem challenging. You’ve to deal with…

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What’s The Difference Between GPS and NTP Synchronized Clocks?

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It’s no secret that synchronized clocks are critical in keeping your business on track. Mismatched clocks throughout a facility can cause meetings to start late, employees to miss deadlines, and even problems in your human resources department due to employees making mistakes on their time cards. If you have looked into installing synchronized time into…

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How Synchronized Time Can Improve Efficiency Within Your Business

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Did you know that the U.S. economy loses an estimated $7.4 billion per day due to improperly filled out timesheets? This costly mistake can cause stress in your human resources department, and cause your employees to receive their paychecks late. Thankfully, implementing synchronized time in your faculties or business can prevent this from happening. Check…

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How Synchronized Clock Systems Work

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The Network Time Protocol is one of the oldest internet protocols dating back to 1985. It is used to synchronize the time on a network of machines. The NTP applies to both the protocol and the client-server programs running on computers. At the core of a device time service is the clock system. The system…

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Why Your Business Should be Using NTP Clocks

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Did you know? The smallest unit of time measurement in use is called “Planck time.” It’s the amount of time needed for a light beam to travel Planck’s length: roughly 3.3 x 10 to the -44 power of one second. If you’ve done a little research on NTP clocks and time servers, you may be…

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