NTF Interviewed on Open Source

NTF President Harlan Stenn and Director of Client Services Sue Graves were interviewed by Information Weeks Charles Babcock recently. During the interview, the subject of funding open source protocols like NTP came up. The Network Time Foundation saw a big jump in funding in 2015. While it’s a step in the right direction, there’s still… Read More.

Taking stock of time

“You may delay, but time will not.”- Benjamin Franklin We offer our sincere thanks to all of the organizations and people who contributed and supported Network Time Foundation’s efforts to implement, develop and advance the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) and Network Time Protocol (NTP) Standards and projects over this past year. Your help has been… Read More.

EVENT: NTF to attend ISPCS Symposium in Beijing

Richard Garling and Wojciech Owczarek will be attending the 2015 ISPCS – 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 October 11th – October 16th. We hope to see… Read More.

PTPd 2.3.1 released

After over 18 months of development at various intensity and final weeks of really intensive development and testing, the time has come for PTPd 2.3.1 to see the light of day. Although disappointingly late (leap second announcement has just started), it is definitely worth the upgrade. The changelog is quite a long list, perhaps too… Read More.

Event: NTF to attend ISPCS in Austin, Texas

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!