This standard defines profiles of IEEE Std 802.1Q and IEEE Std 802.1CB that provide Time-Sensitive Networking (TSN) quality of service features for non-fronthaul shared service provider networks. The standard also provides use cases, and informative guidance for network operators on how to configure their networks for those use cases.
Service provider networks often support multiple users and applications, and can benefit from TSN Quality of Service (QoS) bridging features defined in IEEE Std 802.1Q. This standard provides guidance for configuration of QoS features to provide dependable bandwidth and bounded latency
Next generation transport networks that have more stringent QoS requirements would benefit from TSN QoS features. For example, next generation mobile networks will have an order of magnitude more cells than present networks, making it essential for multiple carriers (applications/users) to share network resources of a physical infrastructure.
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|PAR & CSD||Full title: Standard for Local and Metropolitan Area Networks — Time-Sensitive Networking Profile for Service Provider Networks
PAR approved 08 Feb 2019;
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