Technical

Zeetta Networks and Colt Technology Services unveil ground-breaking blockchain solution

Zeetta Networks and its partner Colt Technology Services will reveal a world first Proof of Concept (PoC) demonstration ‘Blockchain-Based Carrier Marketplace for LSO Sonata’, on 29th October 2018 at MEF18. The PoC will demonstrate how network carriers can buy and sell network services in a secure, distributed and trusted marketplace. This will significantly lower the cost of business-to-business interactions for network service providers, and increase the size and efficiency of the market.

Zeetta Networks Due to Unveil Ground-Breaking Blockchain Solution for Network Carriers with Colt Technology Services at MEF18

Zeetta Networks and Colt Technology Services will reveal what is believed to be a world first Proof of Concept demonstration ‘Blockchain-Based Carrier Marketplace for LSO Sonata’ on 29th October 2018 at MEF18, demonstrating how network carriers can buy and sell network services in a secure, distributed and trusted marketplace. This will significantly lower the cost of business-to-business interactions for network service providers, and increase the size and efficiency of the market.

World-First 5G Live Arts With Network Slicing at Layered Realities Weekend

In a global first, a fully immersive series of events of 17-18th March, 2018, in Bristol was designed to exhibit the increasing applications of 5G technology. Each display or interactive opportunity required access to high speed and reliable 5G connectivity, with differing requirements throughout the weekend depending on their schedule.

Zeetta shortlisted for Global Telecom Award

We are delighted to announce that Zeetta Networks has been shortlisted for a Glotel Award 2018, in recognition of our pioneering work in the field of 5G network slicing and service provisioning. Zeetta Networks has been paving the way towards a 5G future for some...

Successful Collaboration in World-First TIP Project: Zeetta Networks, Vodafone, ADVA, and Cumulus

In a global first, a successful trial of the Facebook-designed open source Voyager device has been completed on a live optical network in Spain. Zeetta Networks worked alongside three Telecom Infra Project (TIP) members, ADVA, Cumulus, and Vodafone, and the project has helped to put a spotlight on significant opportunities for innovation, disaggregation and simplification of optical transport networks.