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IEEE 802.1 TSN IP and software from TTTech Industrial now available packaged with selected Cyclone® V SoC FPGAs

sleibson
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Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) is the IEEE 802.1 standard for deterministic packet transmission and handling over Ethernet networks. It is a set of evolving IEEE standards that support a mix of deterministic, real-time and best-effort traffic over fast Ethernet connections; provides precise time synchronization of network nodes using synchronized, distributed local clocks; and serves as the network foundation for smart factories, Industry 4.0, and Intelligent Internet of Things (IIoT) applications. Intel is now offering special TSN versions of three Cyclone® V SoC FPGAs that include TTTech Industrial’s TSN Edge IP Solution with both an IP core and the embedded software required to build a TSN switch. There are no up-front license fees, no per-unit royalty reporting, and no protracted negotiations for the TTTech Industrial IP or software when the Cyclone V SoC FPGAs are purchased through Intel or its authorized distributors.

Three Cyclone V SoC FPGAs are available packaged with the TTTech Industrial TSN Edge IP solution:

  • Cyclone V SE SoC FPGA, U484 package (19mm), OPN: 5CSEBA6U19I7NTS

  • Cyclone V SE SoC FPGA, U672 package (23mm), OPN: 5CSEBA6U23I7NTS

  • Cyclone V SX SoC FPGA, U672 package (23mm), OPN: 5CSXFC6C6U23I7NTS


 

For more details including ordering instructions, click here.

For more information on implementing and using TSN in Intel FPGAs, see “Time Sensitive Networking: From Theory to Implementation in Industrial Automation.”

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zhaohengbo
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Hi, @sleibson I met some problem when I managed to use this. As instructions in page https://www.intel.com/content/www/uk/en/industrial-automation/programmable/applications/automation/t... , we first bought the 5CSEBA6U23I7NTS and then tried to click the "Sign the End User License Agreement (EULA)" on that web page. However, it comes to an strange page called "Intel® FPGA Functional Safety (FuSa) Resources" and I can see nothing about TSN-IP or EULA. I have already contacted with the local distributor who sold us the CVSoC chips but they have no idea on what was happening on this page. So could you please give me help? Can you tell me where we can sign the EULA and download that package?