Zeetta Networks at OFC'2016

Zeetta Networks participates at the Optical Fibre Communications Conference and Exhibition from 20-24 March 2016 in AnaheimCaliforniaUSA.

OFC is the largest global conference and exhibition for optical communications and networking professionals with well over 12,000 attendees from 65+ countries. 

At OFC'2016 Zeetta Networks showcases the integration of Zeetta’s OpenFlow 1.4 control interface onto Polatis’ Series 7000 – 384x384 port Optical Circuit Switch (OCS) products.

The Polatis Series 7000n Optical Switch is the largest-capacity, highest-density, highest-performance and most reliable non-blocking all-optical matrix switch available in the industry today.  The 384x384 OCS only has the energy consumption of a lightbulb, but can route over 3.7Pb/s of optical traffic, with up to 9.6Tb/s capacity per fibre. 

Attendees of OFC'2016 would be able to see the joint Polatis/Zeetta live demonstration of OpenFlow 1.4 packet/optical circuit switch integration and its application to Hadoop big data optimization on booth 2163 .

 

Zeetta Networks secures $2m investment

Zeetta Networks, the spin-out company from the internationally renowned High Performance Networks Group of the University of Bristol, announced today a £1.25 million (~$2m) investment led by existing shareholder IP Group Plc (LSE:IPO) and new investor Breed Reply.

Zeetta Networks in Smart City Project funded by Horizon 2020

The REPLICATE Project consortium, which includes Zeetta Networks, has been selected for funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020: Smart Cities and Communities programme.

The REPLICATE (REnaissance of PLaces with Innovative Citizenship And TEchnologies) Project received the highest score of all the entries for its innovative proposal to integrate energy, transport and ICT at scale in the City.

The €25million project aims to create integrated smart city solutions to tackle problems such as poor air quality, unsustainable energy use and traffic congestion. There are three main cities that will share the cash with projects from Bristol in the UK, San Sebastián in Spain and Florence in Italy.

Three "follower" cities from Essen (Germany), Lausanne (Switzerland) and Nilufer (Turkey) and more "observer" cities including Guangzhou, Bogota, etc. will monitor the progress of the project and will consider adopting the project results in their own cities.