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Other Symmetricom products featured in this event include the TimeProvider([R]) 5000 grandmaster clock, TimeProvider([R])500 translator, SSU 2000e synchronization supply unit and the TimeMonitor measurement and analysis tool.
Applications for the SSU 2000 include: Synchronization Supply Unit (SSU), Primary Reference Source (PRS), Building Integrated TimingSupply (BITS) and Subtending Timing Signal Generator.
Carriers have long relied on Symmetricom's Synchronization Supply Unit to meet all physical layer synchronization requirements with five-nines availability," commented Kevin Hsu, vice president of product marketing at Symmetricom.
Additionally, SaskTel will have access to powerful management capabilities, maximizing network performance and quality of service via Symmetricom's SSU-2000, an intelligent, fully manageable Synchronization Supply Unit used for telecom network operators to generate and distribute superior synchronization signals for advanced network services.
The SSU-2000e Synchronization Supply Unit and OfficeTime(TM)-21 are fully compliant with standards set by the European Telecommunications Standards Institute (ETSI) and by the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) for timing as well as packaging, emission radiation and safety.
The TimeHub 5500 is Symmetricom's next-generation Synchronization Supply Unit (SSU) that meets the most stringent requirements for telecommunication products (Telcordia and NEBS Level 3), enabling all the Network Elements to perform at maximum efficiency.
Symmetricom Featured Products The SSU-2000 is an intelligent, fully manageable Synchronization Supply Unit or Timing Signal Generator.
As part of the contract, Datum will deploy a nationwide synchronization system including Primary Reference Clocks (PRC), Synchronization Supply Units (SSU) and a centralized, TMN-scaleable Management System.