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Zeetta Networks to lead the ‘smart conversation’ at Smart Infrastructure 2017

Zeetta Networks will lead the smart conversation by hosting the ‘Smart Infrastructure 2017’ event for venue and IT managers at Bristol Sport’s Ashton Gate Stadium this October 30.

 

This first-of-its-kind ‘Smart Infrastructure’ event, with the theme, ‘Smart Leaders for Smart Venues’, is set to attract IT directors, managers of venues, and those responsible for future-proofing stadia and venues, to drive the evolution of their own Digital Strategy.

 

The one-day event, which will cover topics such as ‘Programmable Stadia’ and ‘Integrated Digital Strategies’, will provide attendees with the opportunity to experience an interactive showcase of Zeetta Networks’ NetOS® technology, exclusively demonstrating the management of a complex network infrastructure in a flexible, dynamic, and cost-effective manner.

 

To maximise the gains of smart infrastructure, an organisation needs to be prepared to adapt its working culture to fit. Venues that miss out on this acceleration towards smart platforms will naturally fall behind their competition, and Zeetta Networks wants to spark new conversations to drive smarter organisational cultures for smart venues, and discover collaborations to solve venue infrastructure limitations.

 

Zeetta Networks’ CEO, Vassilis Seferidis, is looking forward to meeting with industry leaders from across many verticals, and discussing the wider viewpoints on the challenges that smart venues present, as he confirmed:

Our NetOS® platform is a first-of-its-kind project supported by Innovate UK, and it presented our delivery team with many challenges. We are excited to share our experiences gained through engaging with stadium users, and Smart Infrastructure 2017 will explore this enhanced operational data that we see in stadia, and how thought leaders can drive change in smart venues.

 

Mike Bohndiek, Head of IT at West Ham, who will be speaking at Smart Infrastructure 2017, said:

Fans expect a heightened experience through their technology, to give a pronounced difference to their stadium experience as opposed to staying at home. Infrastructure holds the key to delivering this potential, and I’m looking forward to hearing more of the success Ashton Gate have experienced in this regard, whilst sharing knowledge with peers.

 

A guest speaker from Ruckus Wireless, a key partner of Zeetta Networks, will also be speaking at the event. Other guest speakers will provide the business context to investing in smart infrastructure, sharing valuable insight to transforming a venue into a smart structure that benefits both stakeholders and consumers alike.

 

Tickets are still available for Smart Infrastructure 2017, and you can RSVP and secure your place here.

 

Join the conversation using the hashtag: #SmartInfra2017

 

Find out more about Zeetta Networks’ advanced networking software on their website (www.zeetta.com) or follow them on Twitter via @ZeettaNetworks.

 

 

About Zeetta Networks

Zeetta Networks is the leading facilitator of the ‘Network-as-a-Platform’ using open networking technologies. The company’s NetOS® is a disaggregated software solution that allows networks to become programmable platforms for the execution of applications on top. It is based on patented software-defined networking technology which offers the unique capability to control, not only IP/Ethernet networks, but also optical transport networks and wireless access networks for a complete ‘end-to-end’ provisioning of services and applications across the whole network.

 

 

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