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Network Clock

network clock

Here at Time Machines, we pride ourselves on providing you with all your time synchronization needs. Whether you’re in need of specific network clocks, WiFi and Power over Ethernet (PoE) clocks, DotMatrix displays, or any additional accessories associated with network time keeping products, you’ve arrived at the right place!

No matter where you are in the world, what industry you’re involved with, or how reliant you are on an outdated system, Time Machines can help you drastically improve your company’s efficiency and bring you up-to-date within the networked clock sector.

Understanding Network Time Machine Clock Products

There are two major time keeping protocols in use today on networks: The NTP protocol and the PTP protocol.  TimeMachines offers both types and their products represent major advancements in performance and value for accurate network time synchronization.

NTP: short for Network Time Protocol, is designed to synchronize the clocks of computers over a single network, no matter how large or complicated. The synchronization occurs through packet-switched variable-latency data networks and has been in operation since the mid-1980s. NTP’s main intention is to synchronize all participating computers within milliseconds of Coordinated Universal Time (UTC).

PTP: short for Precision Time Protocol, based on the IEEE 1588 standard, is also designed to synchronize clocks through commuter networks, but with a focus on local area networks and sub-microsecond ranges. A typical PTP system usually consists of various ordinary clocks connected to a single network. Automatically,  grandmaster clock is chosen and all other participating clocks synchronize directly to the grandmaster’s timescale.

It you want to learn more about these quality network clocks, contact Time Machines right away: (402) 486-0511.