Precise and accurate time is increasingly critical to the success of many high-speed, low-latency trading systems. Whether it is improving the time stamp accuracy on archived data for algorithm optimisation, or synchronising the time between trading servers in a rack or around the world for trading risk management and performance monitoring, precise time is a key enabler of better performance. Chronos’ partnership with ViaLite delivers the end-to-end precise time synchronisation solutions needed to maintain competitiveness and gain competitive advantage.

ViaLiteHD Multizone Distribution Lossless Splitter

Enables one transmitter to supply multiple receive points with zero optical loss.

ViaLiteHD OEM RF GPS Fibre Optic Link Module

The ViaLite RF GPS fibre-optic-link provides a high reliability, transparent cross-site connection between a GPS antenna and a GPS receiver.

ViaLiteHD Outdoor Enclosures

The ViaLite Outdoor Enclosures ODE-A GPS provides a cost-effective housing solution which can be used indoors or outdoors, and in environmentally harsh conditions. The units can be free-standing or wall/pole mounted.

ViaLiteHD Local Integrated GPS Splitter

Designed to minimise rack space, the new ViaLiteHD GPS Splitter is available with 1-4 RF over fibre receivers with 8-32 outputs depending on configuration, and only uses 1RU of rack space.

ViaLiteHD 3U Rack Chassis

A rack chassis equipped with two 100W dual redundant power supplies and either a summary alarm card or an SNMP network control module.  Each ViaLiteHD chassis will accept up to 13 rack cards.  

ViaLiteHD 1U Rack Chassis

The ViaLiteHD 1U rack accepts up to three RF/data cards or two cards plus an SNMP control module. Both rack variants feature dual power supply modules. 

ViaLiteHD Horizon SNMP Network Monitoring Card

The ViaLiteHD SNMP Horizons network monitoring card fully monitors and controls ViaLiteHD RF over fibre systems. The card can also be used with optical fibre to extend existing Ethernet networks (eg from a control room to the antenna in a satellite earth station).