VelaSync Product Support

VelaSync Product Support

VelaSync™ high speed time server is a network appliance designed for high frequency trading and other low-latency network applications.

It combines FSMLab’s TimeKeeper™ software with Spectracom’s GPS timing technology, integrated in a proven server platform that has been configured with redundancy in mind. This package provides flexible performance to keep pace with the needs of evolving network infrastructure.

Configurability

The VelaSync time server platform allows for easy enhancements. In the first year of availability, Spectracom has added RAID capability to the VelaSync standard configuration, as well as 25GbE and 40GbE network interfaces.

At a Glance

Product Support Status

Introduction: 2015

Status: Recommended for the highest performance network synchronization applications

Warranty: 1 year

Current application software: TimeKeeper v 7.1.8

Software policy: Semi-annual software releases for new premium and standard features, enhancements, bug fixes and updates

Product Support Plan Availability

All VelaSync purchases include the premium support plan for the first year, renewable in annual increments.

Support Resources

Product Manuals

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User Manual, VelaSync High Speed Time Server, rev 1
pdf - 3 MB
Thursday, January 14, 2016
By: Spectracom
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Online User Manual for VelaSync High Speed Time Server
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Thursday, January 14, 2016
By: Spectracom
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Quick Reference Guide, VelaSync High Speed Time Server, Rev 4.
pdf - 561 KB
Tuesday, May 17, 2016
By: Spectracom

Product Documents

Datasheets

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A high performance time server for high speed networks.
pdf - 440 KB
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
By: Spectracom

White Papers

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The traceability of time synchronization: This document briefly discusses the differences between a time source from within the network compared to outside the network with considerations for traceability for a network deployment of network time protocol (NTP).


pdf - 255 KB
Wednesday, February 10, 2016
By: Spectracom