OK, maybe in our dreams. David L. Mills will always be the Father of Time to Harlan, and Prof. Mills was the first member of NTF’s Technical Advisory Board. And independent of these things, Open Source Software needs to be supported — Network Time in general and NTP in particular. Network Time Foundation’s mission is… Read More.
Come hear the time track presentations at FOSDEM2015 in Brussels on 31Jan-1Feb to hear a number of folks working with Network Time foundation talk about several projects! Speakers include: George Neville-Neil, “Computers, Clocks, and Network time – Everything you never wanted to know about time.” Most people who work with computers have no idea how… Read More.
Network Time Foundation (NTF) received its 501(c)(3) public benefit corporation approval in July 2014 from the United States Internal Revenue Service. Here is a link to the NTF 501(c)(3) certificate: 501c3 acceptance NTF’s Vision Leading the delivery of accurate and precise time to connected devices around the world. NTF’s Mission To cultivate and promote research,… Read More.
Harlan Stenn and Sue Graves will be attending the: 2014 International IEEE Symposium on Precision Clock Synchronization for Measurement, Control and Communication Come talk with us about Network Time Protocol, PTP, General Timestamp and other time projects at the Plugfest or technical conference starting September 21st – September 26th!