SANTA ROSA, CA, Nov 22, 2004 - EndRun Technologies, a leading provider of precision time and frequency products, today announced the introduction of the Japanese Tempus LX CDMA Network Time Server. The high-performance Tempus LX is a standalone Stratum 1 NTP time server for TCP/IP-based networks and will deliver accurate time throughout any system running an NTP or SNTP client. This appliance is unique in the network timing market because it is the only time server that has been specially designed to receive timing signals transmitted via the Japanese CDMA (KDDI) digital cellular tranmissions. The reception of the CDMA signals requires only a small antenna mounted inside the building. This eliminates the high cost of installing an outdoor GPS antenna which is required for most other network time servers.
The Tempus LX CDMA Network Time Server derives reliable and secure time directly from the Japanese CDMA signals and distributes it over the network using the Network Time Protocol (NTP). The Tempus LX supports NTP v.2, v.3, v.4, offers secure remote control, high bandwidth capability, and is easy and cost-effective to install. The Tempus LX includes a friendly keypad and display, and a three-year warranty with money-back guarantee. Optional oscillator upgrades are available as well.
"Network operations require time synchronized information to ensure optimal network performance," said Greg Kret, EndRun Technologies' International Director of Sales. Precise timing benefits the auditing and monitoring of network log files. A lack of precise synchronization creates considerable difficulty when ordering events and troubleshooting root-cause problems. A network time server solves this problem by keeping the clocks on a wide variety of network devices very closely synchronized."
The Tempus LX Network Time Server is available now. Both CDMA and GPS versions are available. More information can be found at www.endruntechnologies.com.
About EndRun Technologies:
EndRun Technologies designs, develops, manufactures and markets precision time and frequency products that are essential network components to provide greater accuracy and resolution than can be obtained from conventional timing devices.