Time Provider 5000 NTP
Carrier grade, ultra-high capacity NTP server for service provider networks
The TimeProvider 5000 NTP server offers the capacity and high performance features carriers require to support mass market, packet-based services such as IPTV and femtocell synchronization.
The TimeProvider 5000 NTP server is a carrier grade solution that employs a high precision time engine and hardware redundancy to provide the scalability and performance required for rapidly evolving carrier services and network expansion.
Time Provider 5000 NTP Features At A Glance
- Carrier grade NTP server
- Ultra-high NTP capacity of up to 120,000 transactions per second
- Redundant hardware (outputs, clocks, power)
- Hardware-based time stamping and packet processing
- Compact 1RU footprint
- Stratum 1 traceable GPS
- Optical and electrical interfaces (100/1000Base-T, 1000Base-SX, 1000Base-LX)
- Quartz and rubidium holdover clock options
- Management via CLI, SNMP v2c/v3, TimePictra
- RoHS compliant
TimeProvider 5000 NTP server is available in two capacity ranges. The 20,000 transactions per second (TPS) models are ideal to support IP-based telecom services such as IPTV and multimedia offerings. Ultra-high capacity models support up to 120,000 TPS and are ideal for large-scale femtocell synchronization applications.
Redundant Hardware, High Network Availability
The TimeProvider 5000 NTP server has built-in power, clock and output redundancy for assured service availability. Modular construction also yields better serviceability and a lower mean-time-to-restore than self-contained boxes.
Precision, Accuracy and Performance
TimeProvider 5000 NTP devices operate as a Stratum level 1 server. Locked to a GPS input signal, its hardware-based time stamping engine and packet processing assures accuracy and precision even at ultra-high capacity levels.
Optional Quartz and Rubidium Oscillators
The TimeProvider 5000 NTP server is available with both quartz and rubidium oscillator options enabling service providers and network equipment manufacturers to choose the optimal level of holdover based on network performance, applications requirements, and equipment cost target.