- Expandable, robust network evaluation and development platform
- Loadable extension modules eg. TSN, scheduling cores, deep-package inspection, video compressing
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- Line speed packet processing with low-cost FPGAs
- Comfortable software control and easily extensible FPGA design
- High accuracy packet control and traffic measurement
- Software Hardware split for optimal performance
- Ready for your container of LXC or Docker
- Full featured Open vSwitch openvswitch.org/
You need a trial? The device is also available for rent!
“The TrustNode devices have wide functionality and high complexity. It is an open platform where users have access to hardware and software source code. Therefore, we strongly recommend to book additional services when purchasing a TrustNode:
- Application specific consulting: two key experts with deep knowledge of HW/SW architecture evaluate together with your experts possible options to solve your specific requirements. Optimum HW/SW work split and customer specific device configuration will be worked out as well as eventual additional modules to be developed.
TrustNode application specific consulting one full day: 2.600€ plus travel cost. Can be extended to e.g. 1.5 days.
2. Hands-on training: for up to 2 persons: this training is done by a TrustNode operation expert. It is intended for people working with the TrustNode using Linux CLI (command line interface) or scripting (PYTHON). Provides insight in TrustNode and FPGA configuration, Bitstream flashing etc. Cost 900€ per day plus travel cost.
3. We also strongly recommend to sign a maintenance contract. We offer two versions, basic business and best effort research (for universities only).
3a. Basic business maintenance: 1.000€ per month (including 8 hours per month for customer specific work and timely corrections of reported errors).
3b. Best effort research maintenance: 300€ per month
Both contracts include update of new features such as e.g. 802.1Qch etc.
Contract owners are invited to join the TrustNode roadmap team.
Both maintenance contracts must be booked for 6 months with advance payment. Automatic extension by 6 months if not cancelled in writing 2 months before end.
|TrustNode research||TrustNode industrial|
|High accuracy packet timestamping.||✔||✔|
|Robust 19" case||✔||✔|
|2 SyncE Ports||✔||✔|
|usage||❌ just R&D||✔ full|
|SFP option||✔ on request||✔ on request|
With support, you will reach your goals faster!
|TrustNode consulting, industry level||1000€ per month|
|TrustNode consulting, research level||300€ per month|
|Testbed & Demonstrator design||task specific|
Transforming Networks - Creating Networks of tomorrow
The motivation for the product stems from today’s challenges in network technology. Networks face increasing requirements on latency as well as flexibility needs in face of IoT and Industry 4.0 and are prone to hacking and security risks.
The TrustNode, e.g., in its Research Edition, is the enabling platform for this transformation for research labs, R&D, certification and test, network operators and cloud service providers to flexibly customize networks to their needs. The key value lies in the TrustNode’s very low latency (2.5μs, Gigabit Ethernet), the easy setup and installation process alongside the various customization possibilities enabled for software defined networking. Hardware and software can be adapted to your needs using free processing resources (CPU) and free hardware resources (FPGA). This gives you a great power to accurately control packets in the network and to easily measure at high precision, which enables applications like custom data loggers, complex analytics, and network security measures.
InnoRoute TSN Demo Hannover Messe 2019
- Atom processor (E3845; 1.9 GHz Quad-Core with 4 GB of RAM) running
reference Linux distribution
- FPGA type: Xilinx Artix-7 200T: XC7A200T-2FBG676
(134.6 kLUTs, 269.2 kFFs, 12.8Mb BRAM) configured with the TrustNode router design, which
can be modified or replaced by users. It consumes about 50% of the FPGA‘s resources
- Ultra-low latency of 2.5 μs (cut through) and jitter below 1μs
- Interfaces 12 Gigabit Ethernet interfaces, Console port, USB3.0 and USB2.0 ports, and SD-Card interface to the Atom processor
- Integrated systems monitoring and smart cooling
- Supporting Synchronous Ethernet, i.e., frequency synchronization between network nodes to prevent packet loss
- Xilinx FPGA-based low-latency data path combined with Intel Atom processor for software-based data plane processing and for control plane processing
- Licensed reference FPGA design is a low-latency IPv6 router/switch that can be controlled by the Atom processor, and might be extended using languages like VHDL, Verilog, HLS languages (C/C++/SystemC), or MyHDL
- FPGA design flow based on free Xilinx Vivado Webpack – no paid toolchain license necessary, no network connection to a license server required
- SDN support through OpenFlow
- TSN support (optional)
- linuxPTP hardware-support (optional)
- Support of battery-backed encryption keys for the FPGA design
- Size: 19″, 1.5U (W 440mm, H 69mm, D 228mm), 2.5 kg
Don't hesitate to ask for special versions. We can provide custom versions, e.g., with an SODIMM connected to the main FPGA or with two SFP ports that can be used, e.g., for 2.5G GPON applications.
| University teaching
What: The TrustNode is an ideal platform to teach students networking and FPGA skills
How: Comprehensive tool flow, reference designs
Why: Robust, full and easy accessibility, usability
5G wireless access networks
What: Synchronous, hierarchical 5G front-haul network
How: Highly accurate clock and time stamp distribution to wireless nodes
Why: Synchronous Ethernet and precision time protocol (PTP)
| Industrial network integration
What: Time sensitive networking: Integration of the TrustNode in Industrial networks for real time data flow and maintenance
How: High bandwidth by using many 1G interfaces, scalable
Why: Up to 12 TSN ports, QoS support, low jitter (TSN = Time Sensitive Networking)
| Wireless gateway
What: Network aggregation of wireless links
How: Low Latency and Low Jitter, many ports
Why: Shared central MAC controller, extension boards
| SDN Offloading
What: Software defined networking, open flow and beyond
How: Flow Cache hardware acceleration and CPU control
Why: Open flow interface and RESTful interface for complex network stacks