Symmetricom announces new capabilities for SSU 2000 platform
Feb 13, 2013 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Symmetricom, Inc., a provider of precision time and frequency technologies, has announced two new capabilities for its SSU 2000 Synchronization Supply Unit: a GLONASS timing reference that uses signals from the satellite navigation system operated by the Russian Aerospace Defense Forces, and Synchronous Ethernet, or SyncE, an ITU-T synchronization standard that delivers frequency synchronization over the ethernet physical layer.
Available as an integrated card for the Symmetricom SSU 2000, the GLONASS referencing feature will allow customers to support both GPS and GLONASS simultaneously, providing added protection should signals from one navigation system become unavailable.
Using SyncE to complement IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) can enhance PTP services being delivered to mobile base stations deployed in radio access networks. The new SSU 2000 capability puts SyncE and PTP on the same output port, thus providing an ideal synchronization solution for the evolution of mobile networks as they extend coverage and increase capacity, the company said.
Designed in a NEBS-compliant package, the SSU 2000 integrates intelligent functional modules into a flexible, fully redundant system. This enables telecom network operators to seamlessly satisfy current and future requirements for generating and distributing superior synchronization signals for advanced network services, the company added.
"GLONASS signals have become an important primary reference for timing and synchronization systems," said Laura Finkelstein, vice president of product management for Symmetricom. "The SSU 2000 is well-established as the synchronization platform for communication service providers globally. The integrated capability to simultaneously support both GPS and GLONASS provides our customers another way to improve the reliability of their network."
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