Network Splicing® is the term we’ve given to the way NetOS® brings together different network technologies. If a combination of packet, optical, wireless or radio networks are required to integrate with each other, and perhaps also connect to a cloud infrastructure, NetOS® can create a single virtualised network that can be viewed and managed through a single console.
INVALUABLE FOR TODAY’S CONNECTED WORLD
As more and more people use increasing numbers of smart gadgets and devices in their everyday lives, the need to integrate networks of different kinds has become a necessity rather than a luxury. Losing connectivity is no longer acceptable to many, and the ability to stay connected as one moves from place to place is a challenge that the telecoms and service provider sectors need to address. NetOS® is the world-leader in splicing technologies.
CRITICAL FOR A 5G FUTURE
At this stage, the much-anticipated communication technologies of ‘5G’ (substantially improved data speeds and connectivity) and the technical requirements necessary for it to be a reality are still somewhat under review. However, Zeetta Networks believes that 5G will involve a collection of multiple hardware and software technologies, based around wireless and wired communication network technologies, that combine in systems to deliver the ultra-high-bandwidth, ultra-low-latency ubiquitous communications networks promised by 5G.
NETWORK SPLICING – Create a single virtualised network from multiple types of physical network (optical, packet, wireless, radio), before managing them with NetOS®.
NetOS® enables the networks of the future as well as the networks of today. It has been engineered specifically with the ultra-high-bandwidth, ultra-low-latency characteristics of tomorrow’s 5G world in mind.
QUALITY OF SERVICE
A major innovation in the NetOS® virtualisation engine is the capacity to dynamically maintain quality of transport when moving from one mobile network to another. This utilises a unique combination of analytical and heuristic models that take into account constant and time varying parameters of the transmission channel. This enables NetOS® to guarantee the quality of service and isolation of virtual networks for optical and wireless networks.