- Proof of government certified time.
- Unique advantage: Piped as a single source solution or used in concert with existing practices. Perseus High Precision Time™ automatically provides UTC (NIST) data for all applications & synchronization uses.
- Choices of access from: NTP, PTP, 1PPS services available over a wide range of connectivity methods
- Enterprise synchronization: Network access to a provable time source, ensuring as low as picosecond accuracy over the fastest most secure networks available. Servers using Perseus High Precision Time™ are in synch with each other even if on opposite sides of the planet
- All computer system clocks and mechanical time stamping Devices must be synchronized to any source within one second of The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standard.
- Authentication: Ability to enable and authenticate your enterprise time server as a certified Stratum1 source delivered on a global dedicated private WAN providing automated failover & added resilience by allowing access to other globally distributed Time nodes & your local node.
- Calibration: Calibrate your perimeter to sub-nanoseconds of NIST’s civilian Timescale called UTC (NIST).
- SLA Reports: Quality, available & accuracy of the timescale services custody end to end allowing customers to prove calibration with the US government certified time-base for audit & compliance purposes.
- OATS 7430 Compliance: Under US Law 15 USC 273, only the US Government’s NIST Laboratories can issue Time for commercial synchronization & application-evidence purposes. Perseus’ national sync-service infrastructure takes the US Government timescale servers and adds key security & audit practices for industry risk-management standards. Our Timing/ Sync Service Network brings true UTC (NIST) timescale service to customers in a manner never before possible.
Perseus High Precision Time™ Tear Sheet 2014
“All of your clocks and time-stamping devices must remain accurate within a one-second tolerance of the NIST clock, including the difference between the NIST standard and a time provider’s clock; transmission delay from the source; and the amount of drift of your clock.”
- FINRA OATS Rule 7430