Symmetricom India completes one year

Telecom Lead India: Symmetricom India, an arm
of Symmetricom, a provider of precise time and frequency technologies has
completed one year of operations for the Indian market.


Headquartered in Gurgaon, Symmetricom India is a sales
and service operation wing of its parent company that provides precise timing
and synchronization solutions and support for communications service providers,
enterprises and government customers
in India, Bangladesh, Nepal and Sri Lanka.


“Symmetricom has a significant customer base in the
Indian sub-continent. The demand for precise timing and synchronization across
multiple market segments in India is expected to grow substantially
in the coming years and Symmetricom is well positioned to help its customers in
this region benefit from the world’s leading solutions in this domain, with
local expertise and support,” said Dave Cote, president and chief
executive officer at


Localized service solutions available for
the India market cover synchronization systems for communications
networks, based on both traditional TDM distribution and new packet timing


Symmetricom provides time and frequency solutions for
aerospace and defense applications. Furthermore, it offers high precision
frequency standards, including Cesium atomic clocks, hydrogen masers, and
time-scale systems which ensemble multiple sources to produce a common timing


The company also offers time and frequency sources and
distribution systems for public utilities and energy management.


In addition, the offering includes network time servers
and timing measurement solutions for enterprise networks and particularly
important for financial institutions.


The parent company generates, distributes and applies
precise time for the communications, aerospace/defense, IT infrastructure and
metrology industries.


Recently, Symmetricom
announced new capabilities for its TimeProvider 5000, a carrier-grade IEEE
1588-2008 Grandmaster Clock built to handle stringent frequency and phase
requirements of next generation networks.


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