By Sophie Zangs, EMEIA Marketing Manager
 
Learn how and when to use next-gen miniature atomic clocks for your radar and wireless applications.
By Emmanuel Sicsik-Paré, Strategic Product Manager
 
We discuss the latest Timing and Synchronization industry updates as well as updates to our flagship product, SecureSync.
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
This blog is to help you understand the leap second vulnerability and plan ahead for the next leap second so that your applications will continue to operate smoothly.
By Sophie Zangs, EMEIA Marketing Manager
 
Orolia’s expertise in R-PNT solutions, together with Seven Solutions' latest White Rabbit technologies, allows the two companies to offer resilient, sub-nanosecond time transfer and frequency distribution.
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
IRIG timecodes are a set of standard specifications originally developed by the Inter-Range Instrumentation Group to transmit very precise time via a pulse rate.
By Sadie Nedo, Global Account Manager
 
What is NTP Over Anycast?
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
Electronic clocks control critical functions in many applications. However, clocks are often designed for low cost rather than keeping accurate time. Even fairly accurate computer clocks are likely to vary due to manufacturing issues, changes in temperature, electric and magnetic interference, the age of the quartz crystal, or even system load.
By David Sohn, Solution Architect
 
In time-related applications, it is important to determine which clock will be used as the primary time reference for all other clocks, and then to understand how to transfer the time from that reference clock to the others. 
 
The best solution is to use a special timing reference clock, or master clock. What is a master clock? What industries, applications, and common uses are there for master clocks?
By Patrick Bark, Senior Marketing Coordinator
 
How do Orolia’s products work together to create reliable, secure critical infrastructure? How can you see a fully operational system – in the air, on land, and at sea? This is where Operational Views come in.
By Sadie Nedo, Global Account Manager
 
A large U.S. power authority contacted Orolia wanted to replace twenty time servers and potentially serve as their new vendor. They needed precision time stamps with command line functionality to interface with their Tripwire change/ control monitoring platform so that they could maintain NERC CIP compliance.

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