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NASA Space Networking

NASA Taking Ethernet Into Deeper Space 77

Posted by CmdrTaco
from the once-i-took-it-into-my-bathroom dept.
coondoggie writes "While Ethernet technology has gone places no one would have envisioned 36 years ago, NASA today signed an agreement with a German Ethernet vendor to build highly fault-tolerant networks for space-based applications. TTTech builds a set of time-triggered services called TTEthernet that is implemented on top of standard IEEE802.3 Ethernet. Its technology is designed to enable design of synchronous, highly dependable embedded computing and networking, capable of tolerating multiple faults, the company said."
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NASA Taking Ethernet Into Deeper Space

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