The integration of Ethernet Switches on FPGA is simplifying the communication between heterogeneous systems and applications. Thanks to the flexibility of reconfigurable devices combined with networking IPs, the end-equipment embeds not only Ethernet end-point capabilities but added-value switching features as well. In addition, the low latency of SoC-e IPs implemented over a non-blocking matrix infrastructure is a robust base for networking in critical systems. IEEE 1588-2008 is also supported and even the P2P mode of operation is implemented by hardware. This feature ensures port scalability and simplifies the integration of the IP. SoC-e has developed a portfolio of Ethernet Switching IPs focused on different applications and sectors. Thus, it is feasible combining the features of different IPs to obtain an optimal solution for each case.
|HSR/PRP Switch IP||This IP implements bumpless Ethernet connectivity ensuring zero-delay recovery time in case of network failure and no-frame lost.|
|Managed Redundant Switch (MRS) IP||The ManagedRedundantSwitch IP core is a combination of SoC-e HSR-PRPSwitch (HPS) and ManagedEthernetSwitch (MES) IP cores offering a redundant Ethernet switch capability.|
|Managed Ethernet Switch (MES) IP||The Managed Ethernet Switch IP core features a non-blocking crossbar matrix that allows continuous transfers between all the ports.|
|Unmanaged Ethernet Switch (UES) IP||The Unmanaged Ethernet Switch IP core (UES) implements a plug-and-play Ethernet switch on reconfigurable devices.|
|Multiport TSN Switch (MTSN) IP||The MTSN switch core provides precise time synchronization of network nodes to a reference time.|