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GPS network time server front view

Receiving GPS Time for Network Synchronisation

To synchronise a computer network or other technology systems to GPS time, you need a GPS network time server. GPS network time servers are simple to install, easy to use, and can maintain millisecond accuracy for all connected technologies. Used in stock exchanges, air traffic control, and banking systems, GPS time servers provide an efficient and cost-effective solution for maintaining network synchronicity.
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6 digital wall clock for hospitals

Digital wall clocks for hospitals deliver synchronised time to healthcare settings

Because health care is based on multi-disciplinary teams, treatments, meetings, operations and procedures often require strict coordination to prevent wasting time and provide an efficient service. Making sure everybody has access to a synchronised and accurate time is part of this process, which is what makes precise and reliable digital wall clocks for hospitals so important.
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6 digit LED PoE clock

Using PoE Clocks (Power over Ethernet)

Power over Ethernet is ideal for powering and controlling wall clocks and other time devices. The accuracy of a network’s NTP time server can be used to maintain an accurate time on the PoE clock. This means the clock will never drift and will always be accurate to the second - ideal for ensuring punctuality in organisations that runs to a tight time schedule. No matter how many clocks are running on the PoE system, they will all maintain the exact same time, eliminating time inconsistencies in large organisations.
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An NTP server from Galleon Systems

Keep accurate time with an NTP server

Network time protocol (NTP) is the most widely used time synchronisation software protocol. An NTP server can synchronise thousands of devices. In this article, Galleon Systems explains what NTP is and how it works.
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A six-digit NTP PoE wall clock

NTP PoE Wall Clock

An NTP PoE wall clock uses Network Time Protocol (NTP) to provide accurate time. Galleon looks at what NTP is, and how it can benefit you.
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A GPS time server

Installing a GPS Time Server for Network Synchronisation

As the name suggests, GPS time servers receive their time from the GPS system (Global Positioning System). The GPS signal is basically just a time code sent down from the satellites’ onboard atomic clocks. This time signal is what satellite navigation systems use to triangulate positioning, but because it is generated by atomic clocks is extremely accurate and precise.
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