Learn about how virtual machines (VMs) are connected to the Automotive Ethernet, listen to detailed explanations for the different hardware options of Ethernet network connection, including a single Ethernet controller with multiple Tx/Rx-queues, solutions with multiple Ethernet controllers, a System-on-Chip (SoC) with an integrated hardware switch and filtering/routing hardware blocks, and connectivity via PCIe and SR-IOV.
Connecting an ECU to the Automotive Ethernet network was straight forward: one or multiple cores have been managed by a Classic AUTOSAR Operating System with an Ethernet Driver controlling the single Ethernet Interface to the network. With the introduction of high-performance computer ECUs, the situation changed.
In this 60-minute webinar, EB’s Helmut Gepp discusses the software layer, called Virtual Switch, which extends the function of a hypervisor for Ethernet with features such as the communication between VMs, VLAN membership, broadcast/multicast handling, time synchronization, and firewalling.
March 6, 2019 @ 10 a.m. (Detroit) | 4 p.m. (Stuttgart) | 8:30 p.m. (New Delhi)
Please register on the website of Automotive World.