San Jose, Calif.Symmetricom Inc. announced its second carrier class PackeTime server card that provides network time protocol (NTP) capability for next-generation service provider applications such as IPTV, billing record management, QoS measurement systems and IP service level agreement (SLA) monitoring.
This latest carrier class NTP server card is fully integrated into Symmetricom's SSU-2000 Synchronization Supply Unit. The module provides the performance, scale, availability and security that assure high QoS delivery of advanced services such as IPTV and VoIP.
According to the company, PackeTime server cards provide full redundancy and sub 10 microsecond accuracy to support demanding next-generation network application requirements.
The PackeTime module provides stability and protection through direct connection to the SSU-2000 system backplane and can be installed as
single servers or redundant pairs in any available master or expansion shelf
The server cards can support both independent public and private network domains, providing added security and flexibility. All configuration and management is consolidated through SSU-2000 system management ports to maintain security and isolation from NTP traffic ports.
Availability: Orders are now being accepted for the PackeTime module for the SSU-2000. The module will be shipping on a limited basis in September with general availability in November 2007.
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Symmetricom Inc., 1 408-433-0910, www.symmetricom.com