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.
We spoke to Crispin Dent-Young last week about the application of NetOS® at Ashton Gate Stadium – and now he’s given us a sneak peek into not only what attendees of Smart Infrastructure 2017 will experience, but his expert industry insight into a future that may be going in a direction many haven’t yet noticed…
Crispin Dent-Young, our Principal Architect & Engineering Lead, is pushing the boundaries in coding and network building to transform a venue into a programmable masterpiece. Here he reveals just what it’s like updating an entire stadium’s network:
We met recently with the Research and Development team of a very large Service Provider that we at Zeetta Networks have collaborated with for a long time – and experienced a moment when we were asked a question we never thought we’d hear from them.
Football Stadium? Why should I take you seriously?
Our Sales and Marketing Director, Nick Randall, explores why lamp posts may be the golden ticket that cities hoping to get smart are looking for . . .
In the context of a smart city, the humble lamp post is of course reborn for a variety of technical reasons. But in the Smart City world, all is not well: it is always something of a disappointment to me when I see that yet another municipality has signed over the real estate rights to their lamp posts.
Mike Bohndiek, Head of IT at West Ham United, shares his thoughts on smart stadia – and how venues that don’t continue to adapt will get quickly left behind.
A smart stadium can mean a smart business future. The times of fans attending physical events is slowly passing with the advent of new streaming/online consumption channels; typically a more cost-effective method to see your team or event.
It is strange to think that it was almost two weeks ago that the Zeetta Networks team attended the Stadium Business Summit in Dublin. The two day event flew by packed with outstanding and thought provoking talks, innovative and interesting stands and vendors, and a great chance to meet everyone who is anyone in the stadia world.
Zeetta Networks is a winning participant in a new EU project totalling almost €8m to advance new generations of 5G wireless infrastructure supporting new business and service models addressing vertical markets. The project, 5G-PICTURE, is a collaboration between leading tech and telecoms firms, such as Huawei and Telecoms Italia, and prominent research institutions in Europe such as Universities of Bristol and Dresden. On completion, this proposal will make a significant impact in the competitiveness of European 5G solutions.
Zeetta Networks announced today that it has been awarded a ground breaking £1.8 million Innovate UK contract to deliver a large-scale demonstration of the capability and commercial potential of its innovative NetOS® technology to manage a complex network infrastructure in a flexible, dynamic and cost-effective manner. The University of Bristol spin-out will be working with Ashton Gate Stadium, to deploy NetOS® throughout, as a ‘first-of-a-kind’ deployment of an open networking technology managing the communications network of a modern stadium.
Zeetta Networks will be a key exhibitor at this year’s Venturefest Bristol & Bath. The tech-start-up features in the Smart City Marketplace at the event which takes place at Future Space, University of the West of England, on Friday 3rd February.