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Published on Mar 15, 2018
The Road Towards a Linux TSN Infrastructure - Jesus Sanchez-Palencia, Intel
Time-sensitive Networking (TSN) is a set of evolving IEEE standards that aim to address resources availability so that bandwidth reservation and bounded latency are provided by Ethernet based LANs. TSN standards are becoming widely adopted with different applications on several domains - automotive infotainment and control, industrial control automation (Fieldbus), professional A/V, etc - with interoperability playing a key role on the ecosystem development.
In this presentation, Jesus Sanchez-Palencia will introduce some of the TSN standards (i.e. 802.1Qav, Qbv, Qbu, etc), recap previous attempts on TSN SW enabling, present the current architecture and upstream interfaces that him and others have been working on (e.g. cbs and tbs qdiscs, new socket options), introduce the userspace components available to TSN application developers, and discuss the challenges ahead.
About Jesus Sanchez-Palencia Jesus Sanchez-Palencia is a computer engineer who has worked at Intel for the past 5 years. Currently he is focused on networking development for Time Sensitive Networks (TSN) on the Linux network stack, and before he has worked with x86 Embedded/IoT platforms, Android, Zephyr and Contiki. Prior to that, he was a long-term contributor for web rendering engines (WebKit and Crosswalk) and the Qt framework.