WHAT WE DO
WE’RE CHANGING THE FUTURE OF NETWORKING
The networks of tomorrow will need to provide exceptional connectivity, combining multiple technologies, and will be quick and easy to re-configure as demand fluctuates. This can only be achieved by having total visibility of a network, and by having the ability to apportion and re-apportion different levels of service to different users and customers, at the drop of a hat. These are the key features that drove our founders to establish Zeetta Networks and develop our technology in the first place, and which continue to underpin our software development.Vassilis Seferidis
NETWORKING HAS COME OF AGE
Zeetta Networks is helping to make networks work the way they ought to work.
The telecoms and data networking sectors have seen the advent of Software-Defined Networking (SDN) in recent years, where a network is ‘virtualised’ by software to enable its management through a single PC screen. The focus has shifted away from the hardware, cabling and connections of a network to the visibility, monitoring and flexibility of managing that network. Not only that, but there is now a growing hunger for Open Networking, where a network owner should be entitled to deploy a multitude of manufacturers’ devices across their network rather than being tied to a particular manufacturer’s (sometimes more expensive) devices.
PATENTED TECHNOLOGIES TO ENABLE THE FUTURE OF NETWORKING
Our business was established to champion the Open Networking philosophy and to go beyond basic SDN, paving the way towards a future where networks are as agile and technologies as interconnected as they will need to be. In order to help customers make the most efficient use of their network resources, Zeetta has developed patented technologies that provide more flexibility and freedom than any other solution, and give network owners the ability to manage their services – and budgets – more effectively in the process. The ease with which a network can be sliced and spliced is entirely due to the patented technologies that form the foundation of NetOS®.
With the ever-increasing demand for connectivity, and with more and more data traffic needing to be carried over different kinds of network, Zeetta Networks is driving innovation at the forefront of a completely new era in network technology.
HOW DO WE DO IT?
Our software platform, NetOS®, creates a virtualised network which can be viewed via a single console, allowing you to manage and re-configure it as required. Your virtual network doesn’t need be based on a single network but can be the result of ‘splicing’ together multiple network types (including optical, packet, wireless and even low power IoT radio protocols). Once spliced together, your aggregated virtual network can then be ‘sliced’ to make any number of sub-networks which can in turn be apportioned to different network users or tenants, each of whom can be provided with full visibility and control over their own network slice. It’s the way all networks should be. Find out more…
- Through network splicing®, an aggregated single virtual network can be created that combines multiple technologies – whether optical, packet, wireless or radio. The resulting single network can then be viewed as a single topology using our NetOS® console, allowing monitoring and management of any part of your network, on demand.
- In order to maximise your network assets, NetOS® lets you provision different services and service levels to groups of users or tenants on your network. This is simply a matter of creating segments (slices) within your network, each of which can be made available as a sub-network to a tenant, who can be provided with complete visibility, control and security over their slice of the network.
- Our vendor agnostic approach means NetOS® can be set to work with all your current and future suppliers, freeing you up from having to work with specific device vendors, and providing you with the most cost effective Open Networking solution for extending your infrastructure or building it from scratch.
- NetOS® is unique in offering an open API environment, allowing third parties to develop their own network service applications to work with it. This is creating new business models for infrastructure owners, allowing tenants to manage and control their own network slices and providing new revenue streams to network owners.