Spain —Dec. 22, 2017 — Relyum today announced the release of RELY-TSN-PCIe, a smart pluggable board that combines in a single device TSN Endpoint and TSN Bridge funcionalities and provides 3 external fiber or copper tri-speed Ethernet ports.
“RELY-TSN-PCIe is the first out-of-the-box solution for TSN that allows seamless implementation of deterministic Ethernet networks and abstracts user equipment and applications from these technical complexities.” said Alicia Alonso, Business Development Manager or Relyum “We are proud to launch such an advanced product in a technology that will represent an important revolution in industrial communications.”
Time Sensitive Networking (TSN) is able to merge OT and IT worlds and would be an outstanding forward step to really ensure interoperability and standardization. An effective development of these technologies shall offer a significant cost reduction in equipment, maintenance, seamless integration of advanced analysis services and a reduction of dependence on a single vendor.
Taking into account this functionality, three basic traffic types are defined: Scheduled traffic, Best-effort Traffic and Reserved Traffic. Scheduled Traffic type is appropriated for the hard real-time messages, and the Best-effort Traffic is the general Ethernet traffic that is not sensitive to any other Quality of Service metrics. The Reserved Traffic type is for frames allocated in different time-slots but with a specified bandwidth reservation for each priority type.
RELY-TSN-PCIe offers the possibility to introduce TSN technology in the device where it is hosted, enabling a seamless integration in a deterministic network. This key feature makes RELY-TSN-PCIe NIC the most reliable and multipurpose networking device for critical environments.
Learn more about this product at www.relyum.com.
Relyum is born to provide innovative solutions for networking, synchronization and cybersecurity in critical systems. This goal is achieved through industrial products which integrate time-aware reliable communications, embedded computing, sensor data acquisition and security capabilities in the same device.
For more information:
Alicia Alonso, RELYUM, firstname.lastname@example.org