Linux PTP Project
The Linux PTP Project is a Linux-focused software implementation of the Precision Time Protocol (PTP) specification that meets or exceeds the IEEE 1588 Standard. Its dual design goals are to provide the highest possible performance levels and be a thoroughly robust implementation of the PTP Standard.
Linux PTP uses the most relevant and modern Application Programming Interfaces (APIs) offered by current Linux kernels. Supporting legacy APIs or
non-Linux platforms is not a goal.
Learn more at the Linux PTP Project website, and support the Linux PTP project by
joining and participating in Network Time Foundation’s PTP Consortium.