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.
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Thanks to our recent successful bids to be part of the 5G Smart Tourism project, and the 5G RuralFirst project, life at Zeetta Networks has got even busier than it was before! We have some exciting work ahead of us, and that means that our different approach to problem solving is expanding out to new challenges.
With increasing competition from e-commerce, bricks and mortar retail stores are seeking new ways to attract customers, combining experiential offerings and the personal touch with new technologies in the omnichannel environment.
Zeetta Networks will be delivering the enabling technology that provides networks that can be controlled and managed by the different providers of tourism services in the 5G-Smart Tourism project, awarded £5m in the latest government budget that will create enhanced visual experiences for tourists using augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) in Bath and Bristol.
Zeetta Networks has been selected to be a part of PwC’s Scale Programme, a cohort of twelve technology companies scaling up in the South West and disrupting their industries. This week members of our Senior Team attended the PwC celebration event to share our vision and mission with the other eleven companies.
Crowds gathered from midday on Saturday 17th March to collect their tickets for Layered Realities, a weekend of 5G exploration and experimentation. All ages came to hear, engage, and play with the weekend’s activities, from those who had no previous awareness of 5G, to those curious about just how the theoretical could be made possible.
There is a constant negotiation between the disciplines of physics and economics; a tension between the natural science of matter and energy, and the dynamics of markets. The evolution of the telecoms industry, at the forefront of technology, shows how physics changes economics, whilst economics demands new solutions from physics and science. This is especially true in the area of 5G where optical technologies, which provide the core network bandwidth, and radio technologies for access, are being pushed to new heights. How does this play out? In this article, our VP of Engineering, Nathan Sowatskey, explores this tension.
The Zeetta Networks team attended Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona last month where we were nominated for a GLOMO award, joined Facebook on their stand, and were invited to contribute to an exclusive virtualisation roundtable. We caught up with our VP of Engineering, Nathan Sowatskey, to get the lowdown on the biggest and most significant technology event of the year.
Five of the Zeetta Networks team will be heading over to Barcelona next week to attend Mobile World Congress – and as we have already been nominated for a GLOMO, and invited to contribute to a roundtable on virtualisation, they have much to look forward to! We caught up with two of them, Nathan Sowatskey and James Hill, to chat about their expectations and excitement for the big event.
5G networks are starting to become a technical reality this year, and will certainly be the words on everyone’s lips at Mobile World Congress (MWC18), which we’ll be attending in Barcelona later this month (Hall 7 Stand 7B13). 5G will have a huge impact on how we live in the connected world. The goal is high bandwidth, low-latency, and ubiquitous coverage. Potential applications range from predictive healthcare, enabled by connected devices that monitor our health, to increased efficiencies in city planning, based on widespread use of sensors and public access systems.
There is something even more exciting than the heart-stopping ski jumps and hair-raising luge at the Winter Olympics, kicking off next month in Pyeongchang, South Korea. Alongside the awe-inspiring human achievement, technological innovation will also be demonstrated on the global stage. The Games are tipped to be the biggest 5G showcase yet, giving sports fans, venues, and smart cities alike, a taster of what this new tech can offer and its impact on our future.