Atomic Clock Time Server

Using the time signal from the atomic clock in Colorado the Galleon ServerARC Atomic Clock Time Server provides time accurate to fractions of a second ensuring atomic clock accuracy for your computer network. Using the Radio Time signal from the transmitter in Colorado ensures network security because it's behind your firewall so maintaining your network security and integrity. The Galleon ServerARC network Time Server will synchronise the time on Windows 2000, NT and XP networks, supplying the correct time for computer networks.

Atomic clock Time Server

A Galleon ServerARC Clock constantly checks the correct time against a signal direct from the National Time standard clock in Colorado. So your computers are synchronized to precisely the correct time. 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.

Click here to visit the Galleon Home Page

English French German Italian Spanish Portuguese Russian Swedish Dutch Norwegian Arabic Malay Polish Turkish Danish

Quick Enquiry

Quick Contact Form

Fill in the form or call 0121 608 7230 for more information on how a Galleon Time Server can work for you.




We respect your privacy - read our policy.

Popular Products

GPS NTP Server

GPS NTP Server

A Network timeserver using the GPS signal to synchronise time across large computer networks.

NTP Network Clock

Network Clock Display

The perfect partner for any Galleon NTP server or time server. Display Consistent and accurate time throughout your organization.

Network Time Server

MSF NTP Server

A complete solution for synchronising the time across any computer network.

Time Server

GPS Network Time Server

GPS clock providing time synchronisation for computer systems

Time Receiver

MSF Time Receiver

A complete solution for synchronising the time on a single computer to the MSF (radio) atomic time signals.