Posts about PTP

Synchronization is now an enabler for many high-value services. In the case of new mobile technologies, it’s even a prerequisite for service availability. Quite simply – if you don’t have sync you don’t have service! Synchronization enables business and if ever the flow of dollars is stopped someone will pay. With this kind of value attached, it’s no surprise that there’s so much interest both in the provision of synchronization as a service and in monitoring the service quality ...

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Financial markets are currently governed by strict rules; one of these being the requirement to record when a deal has been brokered. Typically, the finance industry has logged this by day, date and time. However, new rules to be introduced in 2018 will mean much more stringent parameters are put in place ...
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Timing issues have been a concern of mobile network architects ever since Ethernet - an inherently asynchronous protocol - became important for mobile backhaul. The reasons are obvious enough: without exquisitely maintained timing relationships, user experience degrades or calls terminate because they are not handed over properly from one cell to the next.
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