Atomic Clock

Galleon Atomic Clocks are used by organizations world-wide and provide reliable time synchronisation 24 hours a day 365 days a year. Accurate time using Atomic Clock accuracy is available across Europe using the MSF and DCF Atomic Clock time signals transmitted from Cumbria and Frankfurt, They help provide complete time server soloutions for all company needs.

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Atomic Clocks enable a computer to operate using time accurate to one second in 1,000,000 years, with automatic correction for summer/winter time. They address computer systems, and other equipment that require accurate time for networks, logging of data and time synchronisation for example CCTV systems. Atomic Clocks time signal transmitter uses W.W.V.B, DCF, and MSF. These signals help to synchronise the network time and provide complete NTP server synchronisation.

Galleon specialises in providing accurate atomic clock solutions for computers and computer networks. Our products can synchronise computers within fractions of the correct time.

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