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How to set up an NTP server on your network

How do you synchronize the machines on your network to the same time? This articles describes how to set up an NTP server and configure Windows, Linux, and MacOS computers to use it.

In a world where timing is everything, time servers, especially GPS NTP Servers, address real needs and have immense benefit for an array of applications. The current mass-scale and ongoing proliferation of our connected world (e.g. smartphones, tablets, PCs, automation and IoT devices) is, in large part, made possible through networked time synchronization. This is often accomplished with NTP and through time servers. There’s common use in banking and Point of Sale (POS) systems, remote sensing, distributed IoT, automation, industrial controls, biotech, high-speed sensor fusion, cloud computing and security networks.

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