Our NetOS® offers a new system from which 5G capabilities can be built. By offering an open, programmable platform to operate networks, NetOS® provides a solution for coping with the increasing demand for high-speed internet access.
Software Defined Networking (SDN) can enable the convergence of 5G technologies, and provides an optical network platform ready for SDN. 5G networks can benefit from a network operating system, which ourNetOS® provides.
As demand for data is increasingly from a diverse range of devices, the Internet of Things (IoT), the deployment of 5G is more crucial than ever. Our unique SDN technologies provide a platform for these devices, enterprises and networks to collectively manage and optimise their access to data. Be it manufacturing, transport, healthcare or energy, the Smart City of the future requires 5G capabilities.
Europe hopes to deploy 5G by 2020 and our NetOS® platform offers a crucial step in making this a reality. To find out more about how we can help your business deliver, please contact us directly.
You can read more about our 5G service here.
At MEF17, Zeetta Networks played a part in making the MEF’s Lifecycle Service Orchestration Architecture a reality. This architecture enables an agile approach to streamlining and automating the service lifecycle, so that network service providers can achieve a paradigm shift away from the current situation.
Earlier this month our two co-founders Vassilis Seferidis, CEO and Mayur Channegowda, SDN Architect, swapped Silicon Gorge in Bristol for Silicon Valley in California, where they joined technology giants including Facebook and global Tier 1 telcos at the Telecoms Infra Project (TIP) Summit. Attendance at the TIP Summit followed our selection, by leading telecoms companies, for a place in the TIP Ecosystem Acceleration Centre - giving access to over £125 million in venture capital.
During the conference Vassilis Seferidis, Zeetta Networks CEO, presented Zeetta Networks’ cutting edge NetOS® technology, in a workshop on ‘Managing Networks of the Future’. The Independent Networks Corporation Association’s 2017 conference on the 16th of November focussed on advancing developments in ‘Building Gigabit Britain’ and informing national policy on the future of the UK’s network provision.
Zeetta Networks is celebrated among 16 other high-tech companies for its investment success by TechSPARK in recognition of the south west as a burgeoning hotbed of tech innovation. Since TechCity’s UK Tech Nation 2017 report in March 2017, which showcased Bristol and Bath as an upcoming digital tech cluster raising £109 million in investment between 2016 and 2017, the growth has only accelerated.
- Zeetta Networks showcases its innovative NetOS® software at an MEF17 hackathon
- NetOS® will be demonstrated in relation to the smart city via the Bristol is Open project
- MEF is the must-attend telecoms event from 13 to 16 November in Orlando, Florida
Zeetta Networks is excited to be demonstrating NetOS®, its innovative software-defined networking platform, at MEF17 this year in Orlando, Florida. The SDN solution will be applied in relation to the smart city using the Bristol is Open project at an exciting hackathon.
At Zeetta Networks, we are driven towards making complex, demanding operational networks easier to own with software defined technology, and the US Grand Prix marked a first for real-world SDN deployment in cars: Formula 1 Team McLaren-Honda hit the race tracks with SDN at the wheel.
McLaren-Honda partnered with NTT Communications Corp to provide WAN and NFV services to deliver second by second data reports, geared towards increasing lap times. At Zeetta Networks we are immersed in the role SDN will have in the advancement of automated vehicles, set to play a key part in the industry’s current development of driverless cars. This example of SDN technology in the driver’s seat of a Formula 1 race car represents the tip of the iceberg for telemetry and future real-world SDN deployment in cars.
Our Smart Infrastructure 2017 event challenged the current state of networking in stadia last week, with over 80 delegates attending from around the world to gain insight into the evolving smart culture in networking and venue management. Our innovative NetOS® platform was placed upon the Ashton Gate Stadium network, and we gave three live demonstrations on how our technology enables virtualization, automation, and monetisation.
Thierry Chau, Global Practice Lead for Large Public Venues at Ruckus Wireless, has written a fantastic blog exploring the power - and challenges - of wireless infrastructure within stadia.
It's a topic that's growing in importance as the needs of fans increase, and one that we address directly at our event Smart Infrastructure 2017. Read the blog in full here.
Our partnership with Ashton Gate Stadium, in Bristol, to install our cutting edge networking technology NetOS®, means that we work closely with Bristol Sport. Lisa Knights, Chief of Communications at Bristol Sport, sat down with us to chat about how stadium design and re-design has changed over the years, and the first thing to consider when building a stadium. The answer may surprise you…
Networks and networking are changing every day as engineers and developers adapt, learn, and push the boundaries of what is expected. We are currently installing our own networking technology at Ashton Gate Stadium, where attendees to our Smart Infrastructure 2017 event can see NetOS® technology in action. It is our answer to the question on everyone’s lips: what is the future of networks, and what should you as a business be investing in?