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Need a PC Time Server to ensure the correct time on your Windows network?

A Workstation GPS clock is an excellent PC Time Server, it receives the time via an antenna from the GPS satellites and then synchronizes the time of the computer it is attached to, in addition the software supplied with the Workstation GPS Clock sets itself up as a NTP Time server to allow the distribution of time across the network.

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The Workstation GPS Clock is a low cost entry level unit, the antenna can be 25 feet away from the computer it is connected to, for greater distances consider the more powerful NTP Server GPS Clock.

Software supplied with the Galleon Workstation GPS :

Software for Windows 2000, runs as a service and sets itself up as a NTP time server.
Software for Windows NT, runs as a service and sets itself up as a NTP time server.

Software for Windows XP, runs as a service and sets itself up as a NTP time server.

All types of organizations all over the world (America, Europe, Australia, and the Middle East) are already using Galleon Atomic Radio Clocks; we synchronize time across the globe for organizations as diverse as NASDAQ to Buckingham Palace. Other customers include Daimler Chrylser, 3M, GlaxoSmithKline, Kellogg’s, Sharp and Shell.

Entry-level Workstation GPS Clock.

Serial interface, tracks up to 12 satellites, gives accurate time in any location world-wide, mains powered. Software driver TimeSynch is NTP compliant software to synchronize the time on a single NT, 2000, or XP Server or Workstation and can also synchronize PC’s, workstations and other servers across the network when clients run TimeSynch SNTP or NTP client. This software conforms to the Network Time Protocol (NTP) and can be set up as a Stratum 1 Time Server, so can synchronize UNIX machines and any equipment that conforms to NTP.

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