In just three years we have outgrown the Engine Shed office space within business incubator SETsquared, and Zeetta Networks have now moved a stone’s throw away, to Regus Temple Quay, 1 Friary – still conveniently located just minutes from the Bristol Temple Quarter and Temple Meads main line railway station.
Our new office space occupies the top floor of the modern Regus building with lovely views over Bristol city rooftops, providing a large open plan office for the entire team and extra space for meetings. Zeetta Networks are part of SETsquared Bristol’s exclusive alumni membership, and will continue to play an important role in driving tech and innovation throughout the incubator’s wider community.
After continued investment and success showcasing our developing technology, our rapid expansion over the past year simply proved too much for our previous offices. From our university tech spin-out heritage, we have grown into a commercial business, expanding our expertise and influence in software engineering development globally.
Now entering our fourth year of operation, we are excited by this recent move and the continual expansion of the team as we drive the development of software defined technology and 5G networks in the UK and across the globe.
Vassilis Seferidis, our CEO and founder, comments:
“This recent move marks a significant transition for Zeetta Networks from a niche start-up, to a fully established SME scaling up rapidly to accelerate the growth of smart cities and infrastructure by the turn of the next decade.”
Founded in January 2015, our growth has exploded over the last three years through exponential progress in emerging virtualized network technologies, with our cutting edge NetOS® platform enabling enhanced connectivity around the world – working to support the impending UK’s roll out of 5G networks.
Now a key player in network virtualization, we are also working in partnership with Bristol is Open and Ashton Gate Stadium to present first of a kind real-world use cases demonstrating this technology in action.