Posts archive for November, 2021

Easily Meet MiFID II Time Sync Requirements

Financial services firms in Europe and the United States are subject to clock synchronization regulations under ESMA’s MiFID II and FINRA’s CAT standards, meaning all business clocks used to record the date and time of any reportable event must be synchronized within a specified timestamp granularity (depending on the type of trading). See how Clockwork makes it easy to fulfill compliance requirements.

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Being out of sync is a pain! (Some musings about time coordination inspired by daylight saving time.)

Feeling groggy? Is your circadian rhythm off? Wouldn’t be surprising since many of us just readjusted our clocks again during our civilization’s dance with daylight. From the beginning we’ve organized our days by watching the sun’s movement and by noting how shadows shortened and lengthened. Early Mediterranean cultures divided daylight into 12 hours, or 12 divisions on the arc of a sundial. The length of the hour there varied according to the season. In the winter, an hour could be as short as 45 minutes. In the summer, it could be as long as 75 minutes. Days lengthening and shortening […]

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Podcast: Is Self-Programming Technology the Future?

One of the early trials of Clockwork’s clock synchronization technology was conducted at Nasdaq, as featured in the New York Times.  In June 2018, co-founder Balaji Prabhakar spoke with Tom Fay, then SVP of Nasdaq’s Enterprise Architecture and System Engineering, about their work together leveraging Stanford-based research on self-driving networks and high precision clock synchronization.

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