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Symmetricom Inc., a California-based provider of precision time and frequency technologies, has introduced a new category to its SyncWorld Ecosystem Program dedicated to the power utility industry.

Developed to support integration and interoperability among power utility and Symmetricom solutions, the SyncWorld Power Ecosystem aims to facilitate unified deployments of timing and synchronization in substation modernization and synchrophasor applications, according to the company.

In order to participate, vendors must work with Symmetricom to develop a joint solution, complete successful solution testing and commit to ongoing technical and business activities to ensure joint success.

The company notes that Belden, Burns & McDonnell, Cisco, Kyland, Moxa, and Siemens/RuggedCom have joined the SyncWorld Power Ecosystem.

"With the introduction of the SyncWorld Power segment, we will drive collaboration and innovation among the industry's leading power utility vendors," says Manish Gupta, vice president of marketing at Symmetricom. "Whether it's comprehensive, integrated and simplified solutions for power utility customers, or extended sales and marketing reach for vendors, the SyncWorld Ecosystem Program offers benefits for all participants in the power industry."




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