We have partnered with Ashton Gate Stadium, Bristol, to deploy a world-first smart stadium solution that gives the owners full visibility and control of their network.
Ashton Gate is Bristol’s largest stadium, with a 27,000 capacity including 35 meeting rooms. The venue can now open up WiFi access to create a range of commercial opportunities on matchdays. As well as providing a new platform for applications, NetOS® gives programmability and security options to enable consistent, reliable internet access in all situations. This meets end user demand for match days and conference events throughout the year.
The use of NetOS® means that despite large concrete and metal structures, or huge numbers of users on a given matchday, the stadium will be able to deliver high-speed WiFi continuously.
This project is an exciting step for sports stadia worldwide, as large venues look for better access to reliable, high-speed WiFi networks for their customers and own commercial applications.
If your venue has network performance issues or you have visitor number growth plans, our technology can solve your challenges. To find out how, contact us for a demonstration.
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Zeetta Networks is proud to announce that we are a technology partner in a new £4.3 million 5G RuralFirst project led by Cisco to deliver testbeds and trials to address the pressing challenges of rural 5G.
The 5G RuralFirst project is one of six projects to win a slice of £25 million of public funding to help trial the next generation of 5G-based mobile and fixed wireless broadband ISP technology across the UK from Orkney to Somerset.
Zeetta Networks is delivering the foundational technology to enable Layered Realities Weekend to take place, a fully immersive series of events to exhibit the increasing applications of 5G technology. This world-first public display of this technology will be built upon Zeetta Networks’ NetOS® platform, giving each demonstration its own network slice to link to the smart city network.
Zeetta Networks’ home-town of Bristol is the winner of a Smart City GLOMO (Global Mobile Awards) at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, beating notable smart cities such as Barcelona, Dubai, New York, Singapore, and Yinchuan. This emphasises Bristol’s role as a leading Internet of Things (IoT) city, after overtaking London as the UK’s smartest city last year.
Ixia’s Hawkeye™ proactive monitoring, together with Zeetta Networks NetOS® network slicing platform, provides network operators and managed service providers with a solution for provisioning and monitoring virtual network slices on common physical network infrastructure to continuously meet service levels for user experience, network performance, and network policy compliance.
Our CEO, Vassilis Seferidis, has been invited to participate in one of the “Future Networks Virtualisation” Roundtable Meetings held in parallel to the main Mobile World Congress (MWC18) events. This request further consolidates our reputation as a leading expert on network virtualisation and follows our nomination for a prestigious GLOMO Award at MWC18 in recognition of our NetOS® platform.
We are proud to announce that Zeetta Networks has been selected for the Scale | South West project, which has been launched by PwC and Business West in collaboration with Engine Shed.
Zeetta Networks has been nominated for the Best Network Software Breakthrough GLOMO Award at the 2018 Mobile World Congress. The GLOMOs have been likened to the Oscars for the mobile industry, highlighting the best and most innovative developments in technology. The coveted nomination is in recognition of Zeetta Networks’ NetOS® platform that allows orchestration of 5G networks through slicing and virtualisation. NetOS® is designed to manage physical or virtual networks and to support multi-tenancy, multi-vendor, and multi-technology, for an end-to-end provisioning of diverse services over a 5G network each with its own performance and resource requirements.
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.