Building Integrated Timing Solutions
In the operation of Carrier-Class communication networks, secure and accurate timing is absolutely vital. When something means this much to your business and meeting the needs of your customers, compromise is simply not an option.
Microsemi’s SSU 2000 enables telecom network operators to generate and distribute superior synchronization signals for advanced network services. Designed in a NEBS-compliant package, the SSU 2000 integrates intelligent functional modules into a flexible, fully redundant system to seamlessly satisfy current and future requirements for accurate, reliable synchronization and timing.
PRODUCT NOTICE: Microsemi announces planned discontinuance of SSU-2000 PTP and NTP Server Cards. Last time to order these products is May 30,2018.
TimeHub 5500 is an NGN-ready platform designed to meet all traditional central office synchronization and timing requirements, and to provide next generation PackeTime™ solutions critical to advanced service offerings such as IPTV.
Your networks are faced with the proliferation of high-speed data, broadband multimedia, 2.5/3G wireless, and circuit-to-packet convergence. These forces are rapidly driving the need for high quality synchronization beyond the network core and into metro and access offices. However, the economics of synchronization and the functional requirements of access offices differ significantly from traditional core offices. TimeProvider 1000 meets these small office sync requirements.
NOTE: Products are manufacturer discontinued, however, Syncworks is proud to offer Parts, Service and Support on all DCD and other Legacy systems.
Originally produced by Telecom Solutions, the DCD line of BITS clocks is one of the most widely used and recognizable clocks in North America. The DCD clocks serve as a common source for the frequency and phase sync necessary in any digital network element, tramission or switching. The DCD line of clocks is also known for its reliability. The DCD clock provides the necessary bridge in timing (holdover) and allows the network to continue to operate slip-free for several hours or days depending on the clock.