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Coordinated Universal Time


Local time is based on time zone and Coordinated Universal Time (UTC). UTC is commonly referred to as International Time, Universal Time (UT), Zulu Time(U.S. military), or Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). GMT was established by international conference in 1884 as International Time.

The earth is divided into 24 time zones, -11 to +12. Each time zone is 1 hour long, or 15° wide in longitude. Greenwich England is, by definition, in the middle of Time Zone 0, the prime meridian. UTC timeis the local time at Greenwich England. Time in other locations will be the UTC time hour plus or minus the local Time Zone. Daylight savings time adds 1 hour to the local standard (real) time.

Twenty four hour time does not use "am" or "pm", but courts hours from midnight (0 hours) to 11 pm (23 hours).

AM / PM and 24 Hour Time

Time Around the World
Time zone & local time (Standard)

UTC Zones
Hours behind (-), or ahead of, UT
EST - Eastern Standard Time
CST - Central Standard Time
MST - Mountain Standard Time
PST - Pacific Standard Time

Daylight savings time (DST) is used in the summer months in some regions. DST is 1 hour ahead of standard time. There is no consistency between regions as to when DST takes affect, or reverts back to standard (real) time. DST was never practical and will eventually be phased out (obsolete).

San Francisco

  • Atomic clock -- usually multiple clocks that count seconds (average of all clocks in system) based on the frequency of the cesium 133 atom (Cs) which oscillates at 9,192,631,770 Hertz.
  • Mean solar time -- a measurement of the Earth's rotation with respect to the 'fictitious' mean sun.
  • second -- One second (1 s or 1 sec.) is the duration of 9,192,631,770 periods of radiation corresponding to the transition between the two hyperfine levels of the ground state of the cesium 133 atom (Cs).
  • UT -- An abbreviation (for Universal Time) that should be used to show approximation of all the below.
  • UT0 -- mean solar time on the Greenwich meridian obtained from direct astronomical observation. The time 00 hours being at Greenwich mean midnight.
  • UT1 -- UT0 corrected for polar motion (widely used).
  • UT2 -- UT1 corrected for seasonal variation in the Earth's rotation (a smoothed scale that does not reflect the real periodic variations in the Earth's angular position).
  • UTC -- civil atomic time scale on or about the Greenwich meridian kept within 0.9 seconds of UT1.
REFERENCE: A Briefer History of Time -- Howard Barnes, Georgi Dobrovolski Solar Observatory, New Zealand, 2010. (PDF version)

Standard Date Format
Virtually the entire world formats time as Hours:Minutes:Seconds (hours listed before minutes, minutes listed before seconds). The date format Year-Month-Day has become widely accepted as a standard in many countries.

Year Month Day

International Standard ISO 8601,
United States ANSI X3.30 and NIST FIPS 4-1,
Canadian standard CSA Z234.5,
European standard EN 28601,
British standard BS EN 28601.

Year 2000
The United States and many other countries use the Christian Gregorian calendar to mark years. This calendar has become a standard in such worldwide industries as aviation, and international commerce and trade -- however, other calendars do exist.

CALENDAR YEAR Jewish 5760-5761 Chinese 4698 (Year of the Dragon) Old Roman 2753 Buddhist 2544 Christian 2000 Coptic 1716 Islamic 1420-1421

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Universal Time Coordinated

Universal Time Coordinated is 7 hours behind of Western Indonesian Time
3:00 pm15:00 in UTC is 10:00 pm22:00 in WIB

UTC to WIB call time
Best time for a conference call or a meeting is between 8am-11am in UTC which corresponds to 3pm-6pm in WIB

3:00 pm15:00 Universal Time Coordinated (UTC). Offset UTC 0:00 hours
10:00 pm22:00 Western Indonesian Time (WIB). Offset UTC +7:00 hours

3:00 pm15:00 UTC / 10:00 pm22:00 WIB

12am (midnight)7am
5am12pm (noon)
12pm (noon)7pm
5pm12am (midnight)

Offset: UTC is 0 hours ahead Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and is used in Universal

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) is the world time standard that regulates clocks and time. It is successor to Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). For casual use, UTC is the same as GMT, but is used by the scientific community.
UTC is the time standard commonly used across the world since 1972. It is used in many technical fields, like aviation industry and meteorologists, also used to synchronize time across internet networks.

UTC representations, usage and related time zones

W3C/ISO-8601:International standard covering representation and exchange of dates and time-related data
  • Z - is the zone designator for the zero UTC/GMT offset, also known as 'Zulu' time
  • +00 - basic short
  • +0000 - basic
  • +00:00 - extended

Email/RFC-2822: Internet Message Format Date Standard, typically used for timestamps in email headers

  • +0000 - sign character (+) followed by a four digit time providing hours (00) and minutes (00) of the offset. Indicates zero hour and zero minutes time differences of the zero meridian.

Military/NATO: Used by the U.S. military, Chinese military and others

  • Zulu - Military abbreviation for UTC
  • Z - short form of 'Zulu'

IANA/Olson: Reflects UTC time zone boundaries defined by political bodies, primarily intended for use with computer programs and operating systems

  • Etc/UCT
  • Etc/UTC
  • Etc/Universal
  • Etc/Zulu
  • UCT
  • UTC
  • Universal
  • Zulu
Time zones with the GMT +0 offset:
  • EGST - Eastern Greenland Summer Time
  • GMT - Greenwich Mean Time
  • WET - Western European Time
  • AZOST - Azores Summer Time
  • UTC - Universal Time Coordinated
  • WT - Western Sahara Standard Time
  • Z - Zulu Time Zone
  • AST - Azores Summer Time

Offset: WIB is 7 hours ahead Greenwich Mean Time (GMT) and is used in Asia

Countries: It is used in following countries: Indonesia

Principal Cities: The largest city in the WIB timezone is Jakarta from Indonesia with population about 8.54 million people. Other major cities in the area are Surabaya, Medan, Bandung, Bekasi

Daylight Saving: Western Indonesian Time (WIB) is not adjusted for daylight saving therefore WIB remains the same through out the year. This means, unlike some time zones where the clock is set forward by one hour every summer and backward by one hour during winter to adjust for daylight saving, Western Indonesian Time remains the same

WIB Time Zone Geo Map

WIB representations, usage and related time zones

W3C/ISO-8601:International standard covering representation and exchange of dates and time-related data
  • +07 - basic short
  • +0700 - basic
  • +07:00 - extended

Email/RFC-2822: Internet Message Format Date Standard, typically used for timestamps in email headers

  • +0700 - sign character (+) followed by a four digit time providing hours (07) and minutes (00) of the offset. Indicates seven hour and zero minutes time differences to the east of the zero meridian.

Military/NATO: Used by the U.S. military, Chinese military and others

  • Golf - Military abbreviation for WIB
  • G - short form of 'Golf'

IANA/Olson: Reflects WIB time zone boundaries defined by political bodies, primarily intended for use with computer programs and operating systems

  • Asia/Jakarta
  • Asia/Pontianak
Time zones with the GMT +7 offset:
  • CXT - Christmas Island Time
  • DAVT - Davis Time
  • G - Golf Time Zone
  • HOVT - Hovd Time
  • ICT - Indochina Time
  • KRAT - Krasnoyarsk Time
  • NOVST - Novosibirsk Summer Time
  • NOVT - Novosibirsk Time
  • OMSST - Omsk Summer Time
  • WIB - Western Indonesian Time
  • IT - Indochina Time
  • +07 -
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UTC+01:00: blue (January), orange (July), yellow (year-round), light blue (sea areas)
Time in Europe: pale colours indicate where standard time is observed all year; dark colours indicate where a summer time is observed
Time zones of Africa:
The islands of Cape Verde are to the west of the African mainland.
Mauritius and the Seychelles are to the east and north-east of Madagascar respectively.

UTC+01:00 is an identifier for a time offset from UTC of +01:00. In ISO 8601, the associated time would be written as 2019-02-07T23:28:34+01:00. This time is used in:

Central European Time (Northern Hemisphere winter)

Main article: Central European Time

Principal cities: Berlin, Frankfurt, Munich, Rome, Milan, Paris, Madrid, Barcelona, Warsaw, Prague, Zagreb, Budapest, Brussels, Amsterdam, Vienna, Luxembourg City, Copenhagen, Stockholm, Oslo, Bern, Zurich, Tirana, Sarajevo, Pristina, Valletta, Monte Carlo, Podgorica, Skopje, San Marino, Dogana, Belgrade, Bratislava, Ljubljana, Vatican City, Monaco, Monaco-Ville, Westside


Central Europe


Western European Summer Time (Northern Hemisphere summer)

Main article: Western European Summer Time

Principal cities: London, Glasgow, Belfast, Cardiff, Dublin, Lisbon, Porto


Western Europe

Atlantic Ocean

As standard time (year-round)

Principal cities:Lagos, Kinshasa, Algiers, Tunis, Rabat, Casablanca, Yaoundé, Douala, Malabo, Libreville, Niamey, N'Djamena, Bangui, Porto-Novo, Cotonou, Luanda, Laayoune


West Africa

  • Algeria
  • Angola
  • Benin
  • Cameroon
  • Central African Republic
  • Chad
  • Republic of the Congo
  • Democratic Republic of the Congo:
    • The provinces of Bandundu, Bas-Congo, Équateur, Kinshasa, Kongo Central, Kwango, Kwilu, Mai-Ndombe, Mongala, Nord-Ubangi, Sud-Ubangi and Tshuapa[4]
  • Equatorial Guinea
  • Gabon
  • Morocco
  • Niger
  • Nigeria
  • Tunisia
  • Western Sahara

Discrepancies between official UTC+01:00 and geographical UTC+01:00

Areas located in UTC+01:00 longitudes using UTC+02:00

From south to north:

  • South Africa
  • Botswana
  • Demoratic Republic of the Congo
  • Libya
    • The most part in the country, including nation's capital Tripoli
  • Greece (standard time)
  • Romania (standard time)
  • Russia
  • Lithuania (standard time)
    • The westernmost part, including Klaipeda
  • Latvia (standard time)
    • The westernmost part, including Liepāja
  • Estonia (standard time)
    • The westernmost parts of the Saare and Hiiu counties
  • Finland (standard time)
    • The westernmost part, including Turku

Areas between meridians 7°30'W and 7°30'E ("physical" UTC+00:00)

All of:

  • Andorra
  • Belgium
  • Gibraltar
  • Luxembourg
  • Monaco
  • Netherlands
  • Benin

Most of:

  • Spain, exluding Canary Islands (which use UTC) and westernmost part of the mainland (see below)
  • France (with excepction of small parts of Alsace, Lorraine and Provence are east of 7°30'E)
  • Algeria, including Algiers

Parts of:

  • Equatorial Guinea (Annobón Island only)
  • Morocco (northeastern part)
  • Niger (western part)
  • Nigeria (western part)
  • Germany (The very westernmost part)
  • Switzerland (westernmost part)
  • Italy (The very northwesternmost part)
  • Norway (Bouvet Island and southwesternmost part)

Areas between meridians 22°30'W and 7°30'W ("physical" UTC−01:00)




Western Sahara


External links

  • Media related to UTC+01:00 at Wikimedia Commons
Sours: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UTC%2B01:00
Indus News Headlines - 15:00 UTC - 01 October 2020

The Arm DevSummit 2021 Keynote Live Blog: 8am PT (15:00 UTC)

This week seems to be Arm's week across the tech industry. Following yesterday's Arm SoC announcements from Apple, today sees Arm kick off their 2021 developer's summit, aptly named DevSummit. As always, the show is opening up with a keynote being delivered by Arm CEO Simon Segars, who will be using the opportunity to lay out Arm's vision of the future.

Arm chips are already in everything from toasters to PCs – and Arm isn't stopping there. So be sure to join us at 8am PT (15:00 UTC) for our live blog coverage of Arm's keynote.

10:57AM EDT - We're here for this year's Arm developer summit keynote

10:58AM EDT - Like pretty much everything else this year, this is once again a virtual show in light of the coronavirus pandemic

10:58AM EDT - So Arm's schedule and content is tweaked a bit to account from that

10:59AM EDT - Arm is not unique in this, but the switch to virtual shows means that there's a much greater focus on videos that are produced ahead of time

11:00AM EDT - Which means keynotes have been going from just talk-and-applause to more flashier, Apple-like presentations

11:00AM EDT - And here we go

11:01AM EDT - Starting with a pre-roll video

11:01AM EDT - 200 billion Arm-based chips have been deployed

11:03AM EDT - Oh, no, apparently that was a fake-out. The stream hosts are talking for a bit, before Simon's keynote actually gets started

11:03AM EDT - Okay, *now* here we go

11:03AM EDT - And here's Simon

11:04AM EDT - Simon is starting off with a focus on the convergence of both the hardware and software ecosystems

11:05AM EDT - Simon is recapping his own history with computing and how he got started

11:05AM EDT - Back in the days of the Sinclair ZX81 and its 1KB of memory

11:06AM EDT - Simon is thanking Sinclair himself for inspiring a generation of techies

11:07AM EDT - Simon eventually went on to become an EE, and joining Arm

11:08AM EDT - Continuing the walk down memory lane, Simon is now recapping the first embedded in-circuit emulation capabilities that were added to Arm in the 90s

11:08AM EDT - And ultimately, the steps needed to have a CPU become a building block of a bigger chip

11:09AM EDT - "At our core, we're an engineering-focused organization"

11:09AM EDT - Now on to the not-too-distant future

11:10AM EDT - Armv9 will be the core of Arm's next decade of computing IP. It's already shipping, and will show up in more and more IP and chips as time goes on

11:10AM EDT - Arm designed Armv9 to run the full spectrum of compute, from HPC down to micro sensors

11:11AM EDT - While also helping developers innovate on top of Arm's own IP

11:11AM EDT - And of course, all of this saves time for chip design

11:12AM EDT - Meanwhile, security and cyberattacks remain an ongoing issue for the world and for the tech industry building this hardware

11:13AM EDT - Addressing this problem requires fundamentally rethinking matters

11:14AM EDT - Simon believes that Arm shares in the responsibility for improving security

11:14AM EDT - One such step Arm is taking is with Confidential Compute support in Armv9

11:15AM EDT - Moving on to the subject of decarbonization

11:15AM EDT - Arm is committed to achieving carbon neutrality by 2023

11:16AM EDT - And of course, Arm's focus on energy efficiency is a way to help reduce power consumption (and thus CO2 generation)

11:17AM EDT - And now a short testimonial from CloudFlare and why they use Arm

11:18AM EDT - Moving on again to the changing nature of workloads. Starting with IoT

11:19AM EDT - Simon is discussing one such example of a power line sensor that can detect if a line is damaged

11:20AM EDT - Arm this week has announced Arm Total Solutions for IoT

11:20AM EDT - 5G is another focus area for Arm

11:20AM EDT - Arm is expecting a lot more than just handsets to be attached to 5G networks

11:21AM EDT - Including the pieces necessary to further push edge computing

11:21AM EDT - Arm is announcing the Arm 5G Solutions Lab to help develop the future of Arm-powered 5G hardware

11:22AM EDT - What does Arm think is the most important technology of the next 50 years? AI

11:22AM EDT - "AI is entering a new stage of development"

11:23AM EDT - Arm expects AI to "enhance the full spectrum of computing"

11:23AM EDT - The first devices incorporating Arm Ethos AI accelerators are starting to ship

11:24AM EDT - Now a word on the Arm-NVIDIA merger

11:25AM EDT - Simon thinks the combination of the two companies will be in a good position to tackle the future of AI

11:25AM EDT - Arm's focus for the future will be supplying the tools needed to help hardware and software developers develop AI systems in a quick and efficient manner

11:26AM EDT - "Our purpose is to unlock the power of technology"

11:27AM EDT - And that's a wrap from Simon. Arm's VP of IoT, Mohamed Awad, is up in a moment

11:28AM EDT - Simon's keynote was just under 30 minutes, so there's a couple of minutes of talking heads here before Awad's presentation starts

11:32AM EDT - And here's Mohamed Awad, with a presentation titled "Designing with Systems in Mind"

11:33AM EDT - Starting things off with robots

11:34AM EDT - Recapping Asimov's 3 laws of robotics

11:34AM EDT - And what modern laws look like

11:35AM EDT - Slowly, science fiction about robotics will become less fictional

11:36AM EDT - How Arm brings up systems, from definition and design to the final hardware development

11:37AM EDT - With Arm providing the tools

11:37AM EDT - These days Arm technology is baked into a immense number of specialized mobile devices

11:38AM EDT - One area Arm is looking to improve the capabilities of mobile hardware is with their Memory Tagging Extensions for developers, to help them secure their software

11:38AM EDT - And what Arm has learned in mobile they are applying to infrastructure

11:39AM EDT - For Neoverse, Arm has not only worked on scaling up for cores, but also how those cores will be connected to other hardware, and how developers will create software for them

11:41AM EDT - "Establishing Arm in the cloud hasn't been easy"

11:41AM EDT - Awad credits designing things with a focus on whole systems as helping them to break into the cloud market

11:42AM EDT - "It's intelligence that will enable IoT to boost productivity"

11:42AM EDT - "We must be honest about how hard it is to build IoT systems today"

11:43AM EDT - "These systems are complex and massively fragmented"

11:43AM EDT - So Arm aims to help simplify the process

11:43AM EDT - Such as Project Cassini

11:44AM EDT - Arm has kicked off a related initiative: Project Centauri, a similar initiative for M-class systems

11:45AM EDT - Arm partners shipped over 25B chips last year

11:45AM EDT - Arm is doubling down on Corstone

11:45AM EDT - Which will further help to accelerate SoC development times

11:46AM EDT - One of Arm's customers, Alif, was able to achieve over an 800x performance improvement in ML versus their past M-class design

11:47AM EDT - Now on to Arm Total Solutions for IoT, which was formally announced yesterday

11:48AM EDT - Arm Virtual Hardware: develop on virtual hardware to deploy to physical hardware

11:48AM EDT - Basically, an even greater focus on developing inside of a simulator

11:49AM EDT - Arm partners are already using virtual hardware for their development processes

11:49AM EDT - Including Amazon Lab126 and Himax

11:50AM EDT - And now a short testamonial from AWS about using simulations for development

11:52AM EDT - And Google's TensorFlow Mobile group

11:53AM EDT - By making the virtual hardware available when the corstone is available, it allows software and hardware developers to get started right away, without waiting for silicon

11:54AM EDT - "We're fully committing to this Total Solutions approach"

11:54AM EDT - And that extends into Arm's IoT roadmap

11:54AM EDT - Virtual hardware will be available at no cost while it's in beta

11:55AM EDT - Arm believes this will take years off of product design cycles

11:55AM EDT - And that's a wrap. Thank you for joining us.

Sours: https://www.anandtech.com/show/17020/the-arm-devsummit-2021-keynote-live-blog-8am-pt-1500-utc

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