Network Time Protocol is the most widely used method of distributing accurate, reliable, secure and authenticated UTC traceable timestamps across telecommunications networks. Telecoms infrastructures require accurate time for many elements and applications, these include VoIP Switches/gateways, Media servers, Radius/TACACS, AAA, Kerberos, SNMP, Billing , SS7 , IP Traffic Monitoring Systems, VoIP Probes, IPTV Measurement Systems, Customer Prem Routers/switches, VoIP Gateway, IPTV Residential Gateway, IPTV STB/DVR. The S3xx, S2xx and S1xx series are being discontinued in 2016 and replaced by the S6xx series.  Contact us for more information.

SyncServer S650
SyncServer S650

The modular Microsemi SyncServer S650 combines the best of time and frequency instrumentation with unique flexibility and powerful network/security-based features.

SyncServer S650
SyncServer S600

Modern networks require accurate, secure, and reliable time services as provided by the Microsemi SyncServer S600. The Security-Hardened S600 network time server is purpose-built to deliver exact hardwarebased Network Time Protocol (NTP) timestamps. The unparalleled accuracy and security is rounded out with outstanding ease-of-use features for reliable network time services ready to meet the needs of the user network and business operations today, and in the future.

Domain Time II

Accurate network time synchronisation is critical for network log file accuracy, billing systems, electronic transactions, database integrity, software development, and many more essential applications in todays corporate enterprise. Microsemi's Domain Time II software in combination with a GPS referenced network time server delivers a comprehensive network time synchronisation solution.

Audit Server for Domain Time II

Audit Server is a software system designed to work in conjunction with Domain Time II time synchronisation software components to provide a secure, verifiable audit trail of the time synchronisation of your network. It automatically provides the clear, indisputable records required to easily resolve any contested timestamp issues.