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Published 07-13-22

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There’s no question that sustainability is an increasingly urgent priority for corporations, as regulators, boards, investors and consumers demand more sustainable ways of doing business. But companies are not in sole control of whether they achieve their sustainability goals.

Suppliers directly impact their customers’ environmental, social and governance (ESG) goals—in ways that many procurement specialists, IT decision makers and even some C-suite leaders may still be overlooking. IT vendors who can bridge this gap have an opportunity to deepen their relationships with customers and turn a tailored tech solution into something much bigger and better, but time is of the essence. In a latest McKinsey report about how businesses can play offense in the global transition to net-zero, the report’s authors say that in the B2B space, companies that act early will have a long-term advantage. Why? Because “customer relationships are difficult to undo.”

So, what does that mean for IT partners and salespeople? Bringing sustainability into the core of B2B relationship building requires some education and new forms of exploration, but the benefits we enable by doing so are essential to our planet and full of opportunity.

Help customers understand the impact of IT on their sustainability efforts

Sustainability is an extraordinarily broad topic. No one person can master every aspect of it. Likewise, while organizations feel urgency to address it in their operations, there is no template for setting sustainability goals, much less reaching them. And in some cases, sustainability efforts may not be aligned throughout an organization. A member of the C-suite may be more likely to prioritize sustainability than someone working in tech procurement, a function that historically has focused on cost and other factors above all.

For IT vendors, this fragmented landscape requires a focus on education and deep collaboration. If sustainability isn’t on your customer contact’s radar, you need to put it there. Even if your contacts are already focused on pursuing sustainability goals, it’s critical to let them know the specific ways you can help them reduce their carbon emissions, reduce wasteful packaging, contribute to a more circular economy and more—and how you can architect an IT solution that can evolve as regulations and expectations do.

When we look at the rapid growth of IT services worldwide—a market expected to reach $1.3 trillion this year—the conversation cannot just be about companies becoming more agile and scalabile in deploying technology. Services are a critical part of sustainability transformation. In fact, HP’s service offerings have been shown to reduce GHG emissions, Boost resource efficiency, decrease ecosystem impact and more.

Sustainability as a service

As technology continues to advance and customer expectations for customized solutions rise, IT vendors must increasingly provide solutions rather than products. This shift requires deeper relationships and closer communication so that vendors fully understand a customer’s needs today, and can help anticipate them in the future.

Sustainability is a business challenge for every customer. By definition, IT partners help businesses address mission-critical needs. An IT partner that can merge the necessity of enabling a workforce’s technology connections while also moving the needle on big-picture sustainability commitments demonstrates their potential to help an organization Boost over the long term. That said, there is no question that this requires investment from partners and salespeople. Customers will seek guidance not only on the specs of a device but on the nuance of everything from ecolabels to emissions—particularly as environmental standards and industry best practices continue to evolve rapidly.

The ripple effects of sustainability

Ultimately, being aligned with customers on sustainability opens up a whole new conversation by expanding the impact IT vendors can produce.

For example, while we know workers have always appreciated an employer who offers cuttingedge technology, sustainability is impacting employee satisfaction in increasingly meaningful ways. In this dynamic labor market where workers are quitting in record numbers, sustainability is top of mind for many job seekers: A latest study revealed that a quarter of respondents would refuse a job offer based on a company’s lack of support for climate action. And 70% said they would be likely to quit a job at a company that fails to implement sustainable business practices.

The benefits of these partnerships also accrue for the IT industry as well. As we weave sustainability into the essence of more of our solutions, our impact expands exponentially and the more value we can offer customers—and society— in perpetuity.

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Killexams : Nelrae Pasha Ali: How Being an All-American Athlete Prepared Me for Finance

Nelrae Pasha Ali, a Wells Fargo advisor in Jacksonville, Fla., often calls clients on rough days in the stock market, as much to reassure them as to inform them it’s time to take action. “Hey, you know that uncomfortable feeling you’re feeling?” she tells clients. “That’s the buying opportunity.” 

In a wide-ranging conversation with Barron’s Advisor, Ali explains how her background as a standout athlete—she’s a six-time NCAA All American in track and field, and won a bronze medal in the 1995 World Indoor Championships—prepared her for a career in wealth management. The head of a $275 million-asset practice also explains why she’s on a mission to meet with each of her clients before the end of the summer. 

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Where are you from and how did you get into the industry? I’m originally from Cincinnati, and when I was about 12 we moved to Marietta, Ga., the suburb right outside Atlanta. I am one of eight children. Both my parents were attorneys by profession. I grew up with what I would say are high achievers. My dad’s motto was “Failure was not an option.” And if we complained about a teacher, he made sure we were taught by that teacher, which was insane. Now that we’re adults, we’re very appreciative of it. He would tell us that life is tough, but you’re stronger.

When something bad happened, my mother would say, “You get one hour.” I’d be like, “One hour for what?” “To feel completely sorry for yourself. And then after this hour, we’re going to start focusing on solutions.” If it was something really bad, she’d give you the entire day. But the next day we’d wake up and focus on “What are we doing now?” We thought our parents were just so weird, but they were preparing us for life. 

You were also an outstanding athlete. Can you talk about that? I participated in basketball, volleyball, and track. I was the high school state champion in the 400-meter and 200-meter races in track and field. I was all-state in volleyball, which I love, but my full scholarship came in track and field. I was recruited by all of the major colleges—Georgia Tech, Alabama, Florida—all over the SEC and the ACC. My first choice was Georgia Tech. I got accepted to Georgia Tech academically, got a full ride, and became an All American there. I also went on to run for the U.S. team after college and got a bronze medal in the World Championships in 1995. 

How do you think your sports background has impacted your career? It prepared me not to be fearful in corporate America. I think women who have been in sports have an edge in my industry, which is male dominant. It’s never been an issue for me to be in a room and speak my mind and just do what I need to do. I think the sports background and that competitiveness has been an advantage for me just because I’m comfortable in my own skin. 

Who are your typical clients? They’re business owners and retirees. Assets can range between $500,000 and $1 million as a minimum. Probably 50% of my clients are in the $1 million to $3 million range, and about 20% are in the $5 million-plus range of investible assets. My target client is someone who is planning to retire in the next five years or so, or is currently retired. Or they may be having a life event other than retirement. Maybe someone’s passed away and there’s inherited assets or an estate that needs to be settled or a conversation that needed to happen. As a Certified Financial Planner, I’m all about the planning. It’s not just about what the markets are doing or the hot stock pick of the day. I focus on what the clients’ needs are, what their goals are. I want to look at everything. 

If someone is preparing for retirement, I want to know how much they are going to need to keep the lifestyle they’re accustomed to. I never discuss a product or investing before I know what that client needs and is concerned about. It could be their estate. It could be about building an inheritance for their children. 

Please describe your team. It consists of myself as well as two client associates. One focuses on service for the clients, and one focuses on marketing, scheduling, and things of that nature. In November I brought on a next-gen junior financial advisor who has been in the industry probably less than five years and is now growing her book. 

What was the impetus for that new hire? I really needed to grow the team, but I wanted to make sure it was someone who was relatively new to the industry, who I could give support to, and who had the right mindset. And then if possible, I also wanted a diverse hire. I’ve been in this industry for 20-plus years, and one of my passions is around the fact that we need more diversity. I would like to see more people, to be honest with you, who look like me. 

I’d known this particular person for almost nine years. The opportunity presented itself, and she was exactly the right fit. She’s really smart, and she majored in engineering, so she’s very analytical—I had to explain to her that it’s about relationships and making sure we explain to clients what’s going on in everyday terms. 

What are two or three keys to your professional success? I think the keys are believing in yourself and having determination but also being able to relate to people. I don’t really think of what I do as working. I just feel excited about having conversations and helping and providing solutions. That sounds corny, but it really is true. 

How did you land your first few clients? When you’re starting out with zero, it’s smile and dial. I’ve always had the mentality that failure wasn’t an option. I knew that I had what it takes to do this and that it was just a matter of time. My very first client was referred to me by a friend. She worked as a waitress at IHOP. She didn’t make a lot of money, she was going through a divorce, and her father had passed away. She had a total of $50,000. We invested $20,000 and kept $30,000 liquid. 

What she didn’t realize is that because she had been married more than 10 years, she was entitled to half of her husband’s Social Security. That was the first time I realized that having information can really make a difference for my clients. Having that Social Security amount meant she didn’t have to tap into her savings and was able to contribute to a retirement account. She’s still living quite comfortably. And actually, that client has referred to me at least 10 clients with half a million dollars or more. 

It sounds like building your book was a slow process. Honestly, the hardest was getting from zero to $300,000. I was working every day, including Saturdays and Sundays, meeting wherever clients needed to meet. And then from $300,000 to half a million was hard, but probably not as hard, just because it’s like a ball rolling downhill. But I’ll tell you that my business tends to bloom when crisis happens. Every time there’s a crisis, I tend to get more referrals. And it’s simply because they’re needing someone to talk them off the ledge. What’s the saying, never let a crisis go to waste?  

What is your biggest business challenge right now? We have a great service model, and as we grow and add people, I want to maintain that. We’re close knit and our communication is very positive. So it’s making sure we find the right next person over the next year or so, the next client associate as well as an additional financial advisor as we get out of this correction.

How are you framing this ugly market for clients? My biggest thing is trying to get to them before they get to me. The objective for my team is to get me scheduled with every client before the summer’s out, to make sure they’re getting the right information. A lot of them have been with me for a long time, and they’ve been through this before. They’re just wanting to know, “Hey, are we OK? Do I need to reduce my income or make any other changes?” For the most part, everyone is on track. But I’m also preparing them for the likelihood that we’re going to be here for a little bit. This is not going to be a quick one like it was two years ago. The next six months may not look good. 

I also think it’s important to address what the clients’ holdings are. I try to peel back some of the mystery of what the market is. For example, I’ll say, “Hey, where did you spend your money today? Where did you go?” Nine times out of 10, some of the companies they talk about are in their portfolio. I’ll then talk about what those companies are doing, the dividends they’re paying, and so on.

Do you gravitate toward dividend-paying stocks? I do like dividend-paying stocks. I love that they pay you to wait. Dividends can help you get through the storm. And if you’re not needing those dividends, reinvesting them becomes quite powerful during a correction, because you’re buying quality companies at a lower valuation. 

How are you handling the fixed-income portion of portfolios during this tricky period of rising rates? A lot of the bond allocation in a broader diversification is meant to help cushion volatility during times like this. For clients who are looking for a better rate of return but not necessarily wanting to take on the full volatility of the market, I try to keep it simple. With rising rates, we’ll look at Treasuries, short-term individual bonds with definite maturity dates versus a bond fund. So even though rates are rising and the value of a bond that we purchased six months ago may be down, clients know they’re getting a certain amount of interest. And they know that if they invested $10,000 in the bond, they’ll get $10,000 back. I’m a big believer in laddering, especially when interest rates are rising.

Have you been actively buying stocks this year or waiting for a bottom to form? We’ve been dollar-cost averaging into it. I get particularly excited on days the market’s down. I’ll call clients who have been waiting for opportunities and say, “Hey you know that uncomfortable feeling you’re feeling? That’s the buying opportunity.” I always stress that this is for money we don’t need for a year or more. 

For new money, I’m not putting everything in at one time, because I don’t think we’re done with this correction. For example if a client is rolling over their retirement account, we may invest half of it and average in the other half over the next six months to try and take advantage of the possibility of a continued pullback. 

You mentioned you have seven siblings. Do you manage their money? Do they come to you for advice? I had to earn their trust! I have two older sisters and five brothers, and it took about 10 years before they were like, “OK, we’re ready.” That was everyone except my eldest brother: He believed in me from the start. I have one brother who does his own investing. But he calls me like every day, and I’m like, “Oh yeah, let me give you some more free advice. Absolutely.” 

What do you do to relax and recharge? I go running or get on my bike. I got a Peloton bike during Covid, and it has been a lifesaver. I have to get 30 to 45 minutes minimum of sweat in every day. That kind of resets everything. When you’re sitting here looking at the news, even the best of us can be lured into the darkness. But getting that sweat and clearing your head lets you realize that the world is not coming to an end. 

Thanks, Nelrae. 

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Killexams : Teen Financial Illiteracy Is a Big Problem. Two Morgan Stanley Advisors Have a Solution.

When it comes to saving and investing, many teens don’t know where to begin, and their parents don’t always have the answers. 

That general truth gave two Morgan Stanley advisors in Boston an idea. They’re tackling the growing problem of teen financial illiteracy by offering free multi-week teaching sessions to anyone in this age group several times a year.

Danene Cronin got the idea for the program after repeatedly being asked by friends and clients how to teach teens about financial matters. 

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“Parents want to give this education at home, but it’s almost like talking about with sex with kids. They don’t know where to start, how much to tell them, and what is age-appropriate,” says Danene Cronin, a financial advisor with Morgan Stanley’s Armstrong Group, who spearheads the program.

When it comes to teens and financial literacy, the numbers are dismal. A notable 74% of teens said they don’t feel confident in their personal finance knowledge, according to a study last year from Greenlight, a fintech company that offers debit cards and investment tools to children. Around the same percentage of teens—73%—said they wanted to learn more.

Many young people are learning about financial courses through apps designed for this purpose or sometimes from online sources that may not always provide reliable advice.

Cronin and her business partner, Christine Armstrong, took a different approach. They began offering an in-person, free program in 2020 for teens who want to learn about money matters. It came about after Cronin was thinking of ways to impart financial knowledge to her own daughter and was repeatedly being asked by friends and clients how to best approach the difficult task of helping teens make smart financial decisions. 

The program is designed for teens between the ages of 12 and 18 and consists of seven lessons on courses such as introduction to the markets, the importance of saving, philanthropy, and keeping personal information safe. Each session runs 45 minutes to an hour, depending on how many questions she fields. At the end of every session, there’s a worksheet containing a practical application of the day’s lesson. So, for example, the teens might be asked to calculate savings rates under different scenarios, or they might be guided to create a philanthropic mission statement.

To fill the first cohort, Cronin and Armstrong sent emails to clients inviting them to spread the word among their children, grandchildren, nieces, nephews, and others who might want to participate. Since then, Cronin has run the program about 10 times with 10 to 20 participants each. Ahead of each new cohort, they market to about 200 families. Cronin also teaches financial literacy to a group of 10 to 15 home-schooled pre-teens and teens, an initiative that came about at a client’s request.

While the sessions have moved online due to Covid, the program continues to work well, Cronin says, because of the ability to have interactive discussions. “I feel like they are even more comfortable behind a screen and we get lots of questions,” she says. “There’s lots of interaction.”

Based on the program’s success, Cronin says there are plans in the works to offer a similar cohort for young professionals. It will also be free and will include sessions on entrepreneurship and taxes. 

Armstrong says the duo plans to continue these types of programs free of charge. “This is something we want to do. It helps educate, provides a service and we all learn,” she says.

Their work could be especially consequential given that about $60 trillion in assets is slated to transfer from primary clients to their heirs within the next two decades. Meanwhile, a mere 13% of heirs retain their parents’ advisor after receiving their inheritance, according to Cerulli Associates. 

“Next-gen planning is very important. We work with the kids, the parents, the grandparents, the great-grandparents. This allows us to get to know the next generation even earlier to establish a really strong relationship,” Cronin says.

The program has also helped the team solidify good relationships, and Armstrong said she expects the efforts will result in a “modest uptick” in new clients over the next few years. “Our primary purpose today is in providing education and support,” she says. 

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Killexams : ADVA unveils market’s first high-performance optical cesium clock

MUNICH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jun 30, 2022--

ADVA (FSE: ADV) today achieved an industry first with the introduction of its Oscilloquartz high-performance optical cesium atomic clock. The coreSync ™ OSA 3300-HP is ADVA’s latest innovation in assured PNT, ushering in a new age of precise synchronization with unprecedented stability. Following ADVA’s launch of the first optical pumping timing solution two years ago, the OSA 3350 ePRC+, the OSA 3300-HP takes the technology to new levels. It has a 10-year lifetime compared to the five years offered by currently available high-performance magnetic clocks. As the market’s only high-performance optical cesium clock, the OSA 3300-HP sets a new benchmark for precision and availability, providing the resilience required for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure and empowering service providers to deliver differentiated SLA timing offerings with integrated GNSS backup. The feature-rich device has embedded Ethernet- and IP-based management as well as a user-friendly touchscreen GUI.

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ADVA’s OSA 3300-HP is a major milestone for high-performance optical cesium technology. (Photo: Business Wire)

“The launch of our coreSync ™ OSA 3300-HP marks a key milestone in the design of atomic frequency and phase standards. After many years of extensive work in our Swiss laboratories supported by the European Space Agency, we now have a mature, state-of-the-art technology that enables a major leap in the accuracy and stability of network timing while providing a substantially longer lifetime,” said Gil Biran, GM of Oscilloquartz, ADVA. ”From 5G mobile services to mission-critical defense applications, our OSA 3300-HP will be a truly disruptive enhancement of our aPNT+ ™ technology. And what makes its arrival so significant is that it comes at a moment when existing synchronization solutions in fixed, wireless and cable networks are being stretched to the limit, while the threat of GNSS cyberattacks also continues to grow. Across a wide range of industries, our high-performance cesium atomic clock will meet new timing demands, create new value and open up new possibilities for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure.”

Atomic clocks offer the ultimate synchronization backup for networks that rely on GNSS-based timing, combining high accuracy with outstanding availability. Offering performance that far exceeds best-in-class magnetic cesium devices, the OSA 3300-HP is the industry’s first commercial high-performance optical cesium atomic clock. Featuring an all-digital design, it leverages optical-pumping techniques using laser diodes. This enables it to measure 100 times the number of atoms, making it radically more efficient compared to existing primary reference clock (PRC) technologies. Its product lifespan is 100% longer than competing high-performance magnetic cesium clocks; the OSA 3300-HP delivers optimum stability for over 10 years. What’s more, further to the launch of the OSA 3300-HP, ADVA is also announcing a dual-purpose enhancement of its OSA 3350 ePRC+. Now, as well as providing phase holdover as part of ePRTC systems, it can be utilized as a free-running frequency source with enhanced standard performance.

“What we’ve accomplished with our optical cesium atomic clock solutions is more than incremental innovation. Industrializing optical pumping techniques was widely considered to be impossible. But that’s what our team has achieved. Now, we’re taking precision timing to the next level, empowering networks with nanosecond accuracy and phenomenal stability,” commented Patrick Berthoud, time and frequency chief scientist at Oscilloquartz, ADVA. “As well as meeting new sync requirements, our OSA 3300-HP will help simplify operations with its easy-to-use GUI for intuitive configuration and operation. These devices will support advances in a host of different technology fields. Able to meet the most demanding applications in data centers, financial networks, smart grids, transportation, metrology, scientific research and more, they will also be a foundation for future innovation as we continue to expand the boundaries of possibility for accuracy and stability.”

Learn more about ADVA’s OSA 3300-HP in these slides: https://adva.li/osa-3300-hp-slides.

About ADVA

ADVA is a company founded on innovation and focused on helping our customers succeed. Our technology forms the building blocks of a shared digital future and empowers networks across the globe. We’re continually developing breakthrough hardware and software that leads the networking industry and creates new business opportunities. It’s these open connectivity solutions that enable our customers to deliver the cloud and mobile services that are vital to today’s society and for imagining new tomorrows. Together, we’re building a truly connected and sustainable future. For more information on how we can help you, please visit us at www.adva.com.

About Oscilloquartz

Oscilloquartz is a pioneer in time and frequency synchronization. We design, manufacture and deploy end-to-end synchronization systems that ensure the delivery and assurance of highly precise timing information over next-generation packet and legacy networks. As an ADVA company, we’re creating new opportunities for tomorrow’s networks. For more information, please visit us at www.oscilloquartz.com.

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News summary:

  • OSA 3300-HP will be key for delivering the resilience and accuracy required for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure
  • Service providers harnessing the solution can now offer GNSS/GPS- backup-as-a-service (GBaaS) with enhanced precision and availability
  • Solution answers stringent timing demands of metrology, 5G, utilities, transportation, defense, data centers and cable networks

ADVA ADV today achieved an industry first with the introduction of its Oscilloquartz high-performance optical cesium atomic clock. The coreSync OSA 3300-HP is ADVA's latest innovation in assured PNT, ushering in a new age of precise synchronization with unprecedented stability. Following ADVA's launch of the first optical pumping timing solution two years ago, the OSA 3350 ePRC+, the OSA 3300-HP takes the technology to new levels. It has a 10-year lifetime compared to the five years offered by currently available high-performance magnetic clocks. As the market's only high-performance optical cesium clock, the OSA 3300-HP sets a new benchmark for precision and availability, providing the resilience required for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure and empowering service providers to deliver differentiated SLA timing offerings with integrated GNSS backup. The feature-rich device has embedded Ethernet- and IP-based management as well as a user-friendly touchscreen GUI.

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ADVA's OSA 3300-HP is a major milestone for high-performance optical cesium technology. (Photo: Business Wire)

"The launch of our coreSync OSA 3300-HP marks a key milestone in the design of atomic frequency and phase standards. After many years of extensive work in our Swiss laboratories supported by the European Space Agency, we now have a mature, state-of-the-art technology that enables a major leap in the accuracy and stability of network timing while providing a substantially longer lifetime," said Gil Biran, GM of Oscilloquartz, ADVA. "From 5G mobile services to mission-critical defense applications, our OSA 3300-HP will be a truly disruptive enhancement of our aPNT+ technology. And what makes its arrival so significant is that it comes at a moment when existing synchronization solutions in fixed, wireless and cable networks are being stretched to the limit, while the threat of GNSS cyberattacks also continues to grow. Across a wide range of industries, our high-performance cesium atomic clock will meet new timing demands, create new value and open up new possibilities for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure."

Atomic clocks offer the ultimate synchronization backup for networks that rely on GNSS-based timing, combining high accuracy with outstanding availability. Offering performance that far exceeds best-in-class magnetic cesium devices, the OSA 3300-HP is the industry's first commercial high-performance optical cesium atomic clock. Featuring an all-digital design, it leverages optical-pumping techniques using laser diodes. This enables it to measure 100 times the number of atoms, making it radically more efficient compared to existing primary reference clock (PRC) technologies. Its product lifespan is 100% longer than competing high-performance magnetic cesium clocks; the OSA 3300-HP delivers optimum stability for over 10 years. What's more, further to the launch of the OSA 3300-HP, ADVA is also announcing a dual-purpose enhancement of its OSA 3350 ePRC+. Now, as well as providing phase holdover as part of ePRTC systems, it can be utilized as a free-running frequency source with enhanced standard performance.

"What we've accomplished with our optical cesium atomic clock solutions is more than incremental innovation. Industrializing optical pumping techniques was widely considered to be impossible. But that's what our team has achieved. Now, we're taking precision timing to the next level, empowering networks with nanosecond accuracy and phenomenal stability," commented Patrick Berthoud, time and frequency chief scientist at Oscilloquartz, ADVA. "As well as meeting new sync requirements, our OSA 3300-HP will help simplify operations with its easy-to-use GUI for intuitive configuration and operation. These devices will support advances in a host of different technology fields. Able to meet the most demanding applications in data centers, financial networks, smart grids, transportation, metrology, scientific research and more, they will also be a foundation for future innovation as we continue to expand the boundaries of possibility for accuracy and stability."

Learn more about ADVA's OSA 3300-HP in these slides: https://adva.li/osa-3300-hp-slides.

About ADVA
ADVA is a company founded on innovation and focused on helping our customers succeed. Our technology forms the building blocks of a shared digital future and empowers networks across the globe. We're continually developing breakthrough hardware and software that leads the networking industry and creates new business opportunities. It's these open connectivity solutions that enable our customers to deliver the cloud and mobile services that are vital to today's society and for imagining new tomorrows. Together, we're building a truly connected and sustainable future. For more information on how we can help you, please visit us at www.adva.com.

About Oscilloquartz
Oscilloquartz is a pioneer in time and frequency synchronization. We design, manufacture and deploy end-to-end synchronization systems that ensure the delivery and assurance of highly precise timing information over next-generation packet and legacy networks. As an ADVA company, we're creating new opportunities for tomorrow's networks. For more information, please visit us at www.oscilloquartz.com.

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MUNICH, (BUSINESS WIRE) -- ADVA (FSE: ADV) today achieved an industry first with the introduction of its Oscilloquartz high-performance optical cesium atomic clock. The coreSync OSA 3300-HP is ADVA’s latest innovation in assured PNT, ushering in a new age of precise synchronization with unprecedented stability. Following ADVA’s launch of the first optical pumping timing solution two years ago, the OSA 3350 ePRC+, the OSA 3300-HP takes the technology to new levels. It has a 10-year lifetime compared to the five years offered by currently available high-performance magnetic clocks. As the market’s only high-performance optical cesium clock, the OSA 3300-HP sets a new benchmark for precision and availability, providing the resilience required for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure and empowering service providers to deliver differentiated SLA timing offerings with integrated GNSS backup. The feature-rich device has embedded Ethernet- and IP-based management as well as a user-friendly touchscreen GUI.

This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20220629005667/en/

“The launch of our coreSync OSA 3300-HP marks a key milestone in the design of atomic frequency and phase standards. After many years of extensive work in our Swiss laboratories supported by the European Space Agency, we now have a mature, state-of-the-art technology that enables a major leap in the accuracy and stability of network timing while providing a substantially longer lifetime,” said Gil Biran, GM of Oscilloquartz, ADVA. ”From 5G mobile services to mission-critical defense applications, our OSA 3300-HP will be a truly disruptive enhancement of our aPNT+ technology. And what makes its arrival so significant is that it comes at a moment when existing synchronization solutions in fixed, wireless and cable networks are being stretched to the limit, while the threat of GNSS cyberattacks also continues to grow. Across a wide range of industries, our high-performance cesium atomic clock will meet new timing demands, create new value and open up new possibilities for PNT assurance in critical infrastructure.”

Atomic clocks offer the ultimate synchronization backup for networks that rely on GNSS-based timing, combining high accuracy with outstanding availability. Offering performance that far exceeds best-in-class magnetic cesium devices, the OSA 3300-HP is the industry’s first commercial high-performance optical cesium atomic clock. Featuring an all-digital design, it leverages optical-pumping techniques using laser diodes. This enables it to measure 100 times the number of atoms, making it radically more efficient compared to existing primary reference clock (PRC) technologies. Its product lifespan is 100% longer than competing high-performance magnetic cesium clocks; the OSA 3300-HP delivers optimum stability for over 10 years. What’s more, further to the launch of the OSA 3300-HP, ADVA is also announcing a dual-purpose enhancement of its OSA 3350 ePRC+. Now, as well as providing phase holdover as part of ePRTC systems, it can be utilized as a free-running frequency source with enhanced standard performance.

“What we’ve accomplished with our optical cesium atomic clock solutions is more than incremental innovation. Industrializing optical pumping techniques was widely considered to be impossible. But that’s what our team has achieved. Now, we’re taking precision timing to the next level, empowering networks with nanosecond accuracy and phenomenal stability,” commented Patrick Berthoud, time and frequency chief scientist at Oscilloquartz, ADVA. “As well as meeting new sync requirements, our OSA 3300-HP will help simplify operations with its easy-to-use GUI for intuitive configuration and operation. These devices will support advances in a host of different technology fields. Able to meet the most demanding applications in data centers, financial networks, smart grids, transportation, metrology, scientific research and more, they will also be a foundation for future innovation as we continue to expand the boundaries of possibility for accuracy and stability.”

Learn more about ADVA’s OSA 3300-HP in these slides: https://adva.li/osa-3300-hp-slides.

About ADVA
ADVA is a company founded on innovation and focused on helping our customers succeed. Our technology forms the building blocks of a shared digital future and empowers networks across the globe. We’re continually developing breakthrough hardware and software that leads the networking industry and creates new business opportunities. It’s these open connectivity solutions that enable our customers to deliver the cloud and mobile services that are vital to today’s society and for imagining new tomorrows. Together, we’re building a truly connected and sustainable future. For more information on how we can help you, please visit us at www.adva.com.

About Oscilloquartz
Oscilloquartz is a pioneer in time and frequency synchronization. We design, manufacture and deploy end-to-end synchronization systems that ensure the delivery and assurance of highly precise timing information over next-generation packet and legacy networks. As an ADVA company, we’re creating new opportunities for tomorrow’s networks. For more information, please visit us at www.oscilloquartz.com.

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www.adva.com

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