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.
Zeetta Networks announces the completion of its latest follow-up funding round which has secured a total of £1.6m, led by Bloc Ventures, with existing investors IP Group and Breed Reply also participating in the round. This new funding will allow Zeetta Networks to further develop its channels to the Enterprise market and extent its innovative Open Networking Platform solution NetOSâ to address the emerging business opportunities in the 5G Network Operator market where the company has achieved already some early success.
Zeetta Networks has been invited to present its NetOS®, its Network Virtualization and Slicing technology at the “Software Defined Networks and Network Function Virtualisation” workshop, taking place on the HMS Belfast this Wednesday 21st June in London.
The workshop is organised by the Independent Networks Cooperative Association (INCA), the association of alternative network providers (‘Altnets’) who are building new fibre networks in urban and rural areas across the UK in competition with BT. INCA members such as CityFibre, Hyperoptic, and GigaClear use their own commercial investment to rollout brand new fibre networks and establish close relationships with the communities they serve.
Read why Nick Randall, Zeetta’s Sales and Marketing Director, argues it makes sense for local government to opt for an open source approach to the smart city and beyond.
The smart city is set to grow – and grow at a fast pace – over the next three years. The market size is estimated to increase 19.4% from $312.03 billion in 2015 to $ 757.74 billion by 2020. (Smart Cities Report). Obviously a market of this scale and potential attracts close attention from vendors of equipment and services of all types, especially the larger well-known brands.
Zeetta Networks has won the 2017 Red Herring Top 100 Europe Award for Telecommunications in Europe, an outstanding achievement considering that over 1200 companies across Europe were competing, and only 18 start-ups from the United Kingdom reached the top 100.
The METRO-HAUL consortium, where Zeetta Networks is a partner, has been successfully awarded a €7.78m EU funding to investigate cost-efficient optical metro networks to meet the challenges of 5G backhaul. The bid is a collaborative project comprised of 21 partners representing the “who’s who” in the European Telecoms industry.
Zeetta Networks announced today that it will showcase its innovative Software Defined Networking (SDN) platform in combination with end-to-end performance assurance technology from Accedian at Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona.
Zeetta Networks will be using Ashton Gate Stadium as a ‘live lab’ to test a cutting edge High Density Wi-Fi solution using a Software Defined Networking-enabled (SDN) ‘bare metal’ technology approach.