Object Management Group
Object Management Group Announces DDS Extensions for TSN
New DDS standard provides an integrated solution to develop deterministic data-centric distributed systems
BOSTON, MA – APRIL 17, 2023 – Today, international technology standards organization Object Management Group® (OMG®) announced the Data Distribution Service (DDS) Extensions for Time Sensitive Networking specification. The new specification enables organizations to deploy DDS applications over a TSN-enabled network infrastructure, ensuring quality of service (QoS) for mission-critical DDS applications.
The DDS family of OMG standards provides connectivity, interoperability, security, and portability for industrial internet, cyber-physical, and mission-critical applications. TSN, a family of IEEE standards, enables deterministic, highly reliable communication on standard Ethernet.
"TSN is a great complement to DDS," said Fernando Garcia-Aranda, Principal Software Engineer at Real-Time Innovations (RTI) and lead author of the new OMG specification. "Together, they enable real-time systems to work more robustly and dependably by providing an integrated end-to-end solution for developing deterministic data-centric distributed applications. With this new standard, system architects can design, deploy, and execute DDS systems over TSN-enabled networks capable of preventing non-real-time data traffic from interfering with real-time data streams. This delivers bounded latency and jitter guarantees to the overall system."
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