Certichron's PNT Ground Segment is declared operational!
Certichron's national deployment network provides Carriers and Data Center Operators with a peering-level access model to UTC(NIST)
In the interest of National Security and building a stronger CI/KR, Certichron offers its Peering Partners with UTC(NIST) access directly from its time-service bureaus called Regional Timing Centers. From these nationally deployed locations the Carriers are able to connect themselves to a hardwired instance of the US National Timebase and through this meet their NSPD-29 requirements for a reliable time instance through PNT outages. This resource is a key component of a US National PNT service infrastructure and provides the necessary ground-segment access model to the US National timebase for commerce.
Carriers connect to Certichron like any other Network Provider
Certchron's time service infrastructure is provided with a limited-access public side over the Internet but also through a high-bandwidth connectivity model which provides each Carrier with their own internal subnet access model which allows them full control over their point of demarcation and also to properly document the limitations Standard type Meet-Me and Peering Relationships create the end-to-end access and control model for the service. Carriers are instantly compliant with their need to be able to use the service not only for their infrastructure but also as a resource to reference for their own clients use as well making this single solution good across 'the geese and the gander both' as it were.
The facility offers everything from smaller-bandwidth channels like T1/E1 or DSL/Broadband to lager pipes like 1gE and 10gE for Enterprise clients. Through this carriers and end-users alike can make themselves 100% NSPD-39 ready and provide a secondary trust service which lowers their overall risk-factors and may have subsidiary benefits through that as well.
Certichron offers connection points in nine US Cities today.
Certichron operates sites in key areas of the US for continuity. Those sites are on the West Coast" California (Los Angeles and San Jose) and Las Vegas. In central US, Chicago and Atlanta, and on the East Coast we have NYC, Weehawken NJ, Bridgewater NJ and Hatfield PA.
Cross Connections serve NTP from NIST calibrated servers with extended NIST management practices added in the form of the TMAS controller suite. This creates NIST ITS + NIST TMAS ensured time accuracy. The program is very powerful and provides an end-to-end solution for both Carriers and End-Users alike.
For more Information
For information on meet-me landing fees, private service circuit/peering costs contact us directly at peering- or or call us at (888)-303-2674.