Focus Telecom together with Microsemi, the world leader in precise time solutions, sets Israel's standard for time
Leap second
  A leap second is a one-second adjustment that is occasionally applied to civil time Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) to keep it close to the mean solar time at Greenwich, in spite of the Earth's rotation slowdown and irregularities.

UTC was introduced on January 1, 1972, initially with a 10 second lag behind International Atomic Time (TAI). Since that date, 27 leap seconds have been inserted, the most recent on 31.12.2016 at 23:59:60 UTC, so in 2018, UTC lags behind TAI by an offset of 37 seconds  
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Focus Telecom together with Microsemi, the world leader in precise time solutions, sets Israel's standard for the time.

Microsemi’s timing and synchronization solutions to generate, distribute and apply precise time are used worldwide in multiple industries, including communications, aerospace/defense, IT infrastructure and metrology.

Our customers are able to build more reliable networks and systems based on Microsemi's advanced timing technologies, atomic clocks, services and solutions. Microsemi's Synchronization Systems support today's precise timing standards, including GPS-based timing, IEEE 1588 (PTP), Network Time Protocol (NTP), Synchronous Ethernet and DOCSIS® timing.
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