The more you learn about Network Time Foundation the more you’ll understand and appreciate the importance of the work we do. As the non-profit organization responsible for these time related projects, NTF provides the global user community with the technology it relies on every minute of the day.
Funding enables us to continue to improve and evolve the security, support services, documentation, and communication for these projects.
NTP synchronizes the clocks of network devices to a common timebase.
Tightly-focused NTP implementation designed for high security and high performance.
Improve NTPv4 client security against time shifting attacks.
Linux implementation of the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) according to IEEE standard 1588.
PTP management client library with SWIG wrappers for Python, ruby, Lua, Perl, PHP, and TCL.
Implementations of the ITU-T Synchronous Ethernet standard for transfering clock signals over Ethernet.
Sometimes it takes a village to successfully create a project and bring it to fruition. While the projects listed below receive minimal support from and are not directly owned by Network Time Foundation, we do help each other out for the betterment of all involved. Without joint efforts such as these, Network Time would not be as vibrant, useful, or successful.
A big virtual cluster of timeservers providing NTP service for millions of clients.
Provides unrestricted access to no-cost, highly-accurate time sources for the public good.