TSN Multiport Switch Core - TSN-SW
Being developed by the IEEE, Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of standards aimed at integrating determinism in switched Ethernet networks according to existing IEEE 802.1 and 802.3 standards. In essence, TSN targets to realize Ethernet networks with guaranteed end-to-end latencies for real-time critical data traffic, transmission of (time-) critical and uncritical data traffic over a converged network, low packet losses and low latency fluctuation (jitter).
The TSN-SW IP Core is suitable for multiport switch devices within TSN Ethernet networks. An internal CPU port and additional up to 24 external 10/100/1000+ Mbps are available. It is intended for devices in industrial automation, robotics, automotive, aerospace and more.
- Time synchronisation (IEEE 802.1 AS-2020)
- Traffic-Shaping (IEEE 802.1 Qav and Qbv)
- Frame Preemption (IEEE 802.3br and IEEE 802.1Qbu)
- Frame Replication and Elimination (IEEE 802.1CB)
- SRP Enhancements (IEEE 802.1Qcc)
- Stream Filtering and Policing (IEEE 802.1Qci)
- Ethernet MAC communication (IEEE 802.3)
- 802.1Q Tagged VLAN support
- Configurable VLAN-PCP to TSN-Queue Mapping (QoS by PCP)
- Low-latency Layer 2 switch cut-through switching at wire speed
- Configurable number of 2 to 24 full-duplex Ethernet ports plus one internal host port