Synchronization Software

Synchronization Software

Time synchronization software supports precise synchronization hardware by improving operating systems capabilities.

Whether the application is for accurate computer time for network security, accurate record-keeping, or compliance to regulations and best practices, or to improve sophisticated time-critical algorithms, taking care of time-handling within the server or PC is critical. Spectracom offers software for Windows that supports standard network protocols in order to provide an end-to-end solution: from legally traceable time sources, LAN synchronization, WAN synchronization, to the local computer clock providing timing to the application, and the resulting time-stamps. Synchronization solved.


PresenTense from ByteFusion

A suite of software tools for complete management of time synchronization across your Windows network.

  • NTP client
  • NTP server
  • LAN time analyzer
  • Auditor

PresenTense Details

Manage, synchronize and simplify an entire Windows network. Improve interoperability, lower network operating costs, and reduce administrative workloads with PresenTense network time management software to ensure all critical operations are synchronized.

PresenTense picks up where Windows leaves off.

PresenTense software replaces the minimal W32Time utility with significant capabilities for the network user. Shorter time sync intervals for superior timing accuracy, real-time monitoring, loss of time sync alert, support for redundant time sources, and easily accessed record logs all are provided in an intuitive, easily implemented package.

Resources

Datasheets

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A set of Windows NTP software.
pdf - 328 KB
Wednesday, October 30, 2013
By: Spectracom
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Precision time synchronization software for Linux or Windows.
pdf - 793 KB
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By: Spectracom

Success Stories

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Thesys Technologies solved these requirements: (1) a highly reliable and accurate GPS-source of time; (2) The ability for the GPS time server to distribute time to multiple networks and physical locations; (3) Sub-microsecond synchronization between company servers and the GPS time server; (4) Eliminate any potential backward time adjustment that was observed with a PTP client as correctly sequenced events is a must.
pdf - 223 KB
Monday, August 27, 2012
By: Spectracom

Technical Notes and Briefs

pdf - 108 KB
Friday, May 25, 2018

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