Chronos Technology, a leading UK telecom network synchronisation specialist, has appointed Up-Link A/S as distributor for its highly versatile SyncWatch synchronisation test & monitoring solutions for packet and traditional telecom networks to the Norwegian market.
Up-Link is the leading supplier of time and timing systems and test equipment for the Norwegian market. Established in 1990, Up-Link supplies solutions to all major mobile and wireline companies as well as large enterprise networks.
Chris Roberts, Business Development Manager with Chronos said “We are pleased to have Up-Link on board and look forward to working with them. SyncWatch will enhance their existing product line and coupled with Up-Link’s expert market knowledge, will open new opportunities in the Norwegian market for both companies.”
Joachim Nielsen, Owner and Managing Director of Up-Link said: “The SyncWatch solution enhances our range of time and timing products. SyncWatch qualifies and monitors next-generation networks that use precision time protocol 1588v2 or SyncE technologies, as well as traditional networks.”
About Up-Link A/S
Up-Link is the leading supplier of telecommunications test & measurement solutions in Norway. With over 21 years’ experience, Up-Link delivers solutions and comprehensive after sales support for all the major mobile and wireline communications. For more information visit www.uplink.no
About Chronos Technology
Established in 1986, Chronos Technology is a leading provider of technical solutions including time and timing for wireline and wireless telecom operators; highly versatile telecoms sync testing and monitoring systems and quality of service applications. Chronos also supplies GNSS (GPS) products from receivers for all application types including covert tracking, avionics, and embedded systems, to test equipment (simulators) and GNSS infrastructure (antennas, splitters, repeaters) for the distribution of GNSS RF signals into sensitive environments. Chronos has developed a range of bespoke GPS timing products for time and frequency synchronisation in power and communication systems. For more information visit www.chronos.co.uk