Zeetta Networks wins £1.8 million contract

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Zeetta Networks wins £1.8 million contract

This article was first published at Business Leader on June 6, 2017

 

Open networking technology company, Zeetta Networks, has won a new Innovate UK contract to deliver a large-scale demonstration of its NetOS® technology at Ashton Gate Stadium.

Zeetta Networks announced it had been awarded a £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, as a ‘first-of-a-kind’ deployment of an open networking technology managing the communications network of a modern stadium.

Stadia across the globe are facing significant network challenges as the demand for data use, speedy connectivity and overall enhanced digital experiences, from match day fans, corporate users and retail customers continue to increase and rapidly too.

Previous trials have demonstrated its positive impact in the operations and asset management in the stadium and delivering increased revenues and reduced upfront costs, while improving the overall end-user experience. NetOS® will connect thousands of devices including mobile phones; cash tills; turnstiles; display screens; HVAC; sensors and building management systems.

Vassilis Seferidis, Zeetta Networks CEO said: “Stadia and other large venues, across the UK and beyond, are challenged by their consumer need for more data and faster response time particularly as they scale up their activities into new business areas.  This first-of-a-kind deployment forms a key part of our business plan by demonstrating our technological capabilities and the resulting commercial benefits for our customers.”

Ashton Gate Chairman Martin Griffiths, said: “We’ve been working with Zeetta Networks for the last 12 months and it is exciting to see the potential uses of this system unfold. Sports stadia across the globe struggle with connectivity and real-time evaluation of data. I believe we are just scratching the surface of what this NetOS platform can deliver and look forward to seeing its implementation over the coming year.”