Our vision is to allow enterprises, cities and network operators to scale up the capabilities of their network, and satisfy the demand for data without escalating CAPEX and OPEX costs. Put simply, to make the most out of their network capability through use of our NetOS® software.
We are working with Bristol Is Open, using NetOS® open networking technologies to enable on-demand, network ‘slicing’ and development of new applications and services over a programmable network platform.
Zeetta Networks partnered with Bristol Sport, to deliver a Wi-Fi deployment of NetOS®in their Ashton Gate Stadium. This use of SDN was the first of its kind in the world.
We have patented software-defined networking technology, which offers three key benefits to the network operator:
1. Network management on a wide range of wireless, optical and IoT devices to improve efficiency, performance and cost control.
2. Automation of manual and time-consuming activities to reduce operating costs.
3. Ease of implementation as our software is vendor agnostic to work on both branded equipment and non -branded bare metal.
Vassilis Seferidis, CEO of Zeetta Networks, has been elected to the Board of the Independent Networks Cooperative Association (INCA). This industry recognition of Vassilis’ personal contribution to INCA’s work is matched by Zeetta Networks’ leading expertise in developing and deploying network slicing and virtualization solutions across the UK and the rest of the world.
There is no shortage of telecoms talent in the Zeetta Networks team, and it’s exciting to have the opportunity to catch-up with one of our leading experts, Director of Product Management, Joan A. Garcia Espin. Read on to discover his important role in the development of our products and services that will shake up network services for the better.
In just three years we have outgrown the Engine Shed office space within business incubator SETsquared, and Zeetta Networks have now moved a stone’s throw away, to Regus Temple Quay, 1 Friary – still conveniently located just minutes from the Bristol Temple Quarter and Temple Meads main line railway station.
Ashton Gate Stadium in Bristol has announced that fans will have access to cutting-edge WiFi anywhere in the seats – a stadium first through software defined networks, and one that would have been impossible without the software development and expertise from Zeetta Networks.
MEF17 was an excellent opportunity for Zeetta Networks to showcase its leading expertise in the world of SDN, virtualization and network slicing with its leading edge NetOS® technology. Now with new recruit VP of Engineering Nathan Sowatskey on board, Zeetta Networks is set to play a key role in advancing progress in these areas, particularly in working with the MEF to expand their LSO architecture to encompass network slicing, and to help drive certification of network slice services.
Today, Wednesday 22nd November 2017, the Chancellor of the Exchequer in his autumn budget statement announced the release of £500m of public sector funding for the UK’s tech sector. The investment focuses on a range of tech applications from AI to 5G and full fibre deployment. Some £160m of the boost is specifically ear marked for development of the UK’s 5G network. The drive behind the announcement is part of the Government’s desire for the UK to be a world-leading digital economy.
Our advancements to enhance connectivity in large venues and stadia around the world with smart wireless and digital technologies will be showcased at the Connected Stadium Summit in Amsterdam on the 7th and 8th November.
Since our inaugural Smart Infrastructure 2017 event at Ashton Gate Stadium last week, we will be continuing conversations and connecting with fellow peers at the Connected Stadium Summit to drive forward this move towards smart leadership in smart venues.
Zeetta Networks will be contributing to the invite-only Telecoms Infra Project (TIP) Summit in Santa Clara, California on 8th and 9th November. Our CEO, Vassilis Seferidis, will join global tech leaders at this prestigious event to exchange ideas which aim to transform not only the industry, but the world with increased connectivity.
For Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg, access to the Internet for all is a fundamental challenge of our time, and one that the social media behemoth is taking on. At Mobile World Congress this year, Nicola Mendelsohn, the tech giant’s vice president for EMEA said:
“We think there’s still a lot of work to do in connecting the unconnected. Most people – 4 billion – are still unconnected.”
Smart Infrastructure 2017 challenged the current state of networking in stadia on October 30th, and delivered expert insight into the evolving smart culture in networking and venue management. Zeetta Networks used their innovative NetOS® platform to show three live demonstrations of real world value as currently deployed at their partner, Ashton Gate Stadium.
Off the back of The Independent Networks Cooperative Association (INCA) Building GigaBit Britain Report released last year, we will be joining leading industry experts who are gathering in Newcastle upon Tyne on the 16th November, to explore new progress, funding opportunities and altnet initiatives in nationwide plans for developing gigabit infrastructure.
Our Marketing and Sales Director, Nick Randall, will be speaking on ‘Managing Networks of the Future’ as part of a workshop, alongside fellow leading business representatives from access innovators Calix, fiber software business NetAdmin and internetworking provider Adtran. Talks and panel discussions throughout the workshop will focus on how networks of the future will be managed throughout the UK, as independent fibre optic cable operators are now providing enhanced network operation services in cities. We propose that this is accelerated via adopting a new approach to wholesale service provisioning using software defined network technologies, for business and residential markets.