Senza Fili

Wireless and beyond

Why do we need visibility to innovate?

Visibility becomes crucial as we move to 5G networks. Visibility gives operators the right tools to manage the higher complexity of 5G and to extract the benefits it promises. Read more about visibility in this Tech Brief for NETSCOUT

Which Open RAN is best for you?

You are ready to deploy Open RAN. What’s the best topology to use? We developed a TCO model to explore how transport costs are a crucial to decide what is the most cost-efficient topology. Read this Tech Brief to find out the results of our analysis on how the tradeoffs of transport versus location can help operators maximize the return on their Open RAN investments.

Why did utilities pay so much for CBRS licenses?

Why did utilities pay so much for CBRS licenses?

The much anticipated CBRS Auction 105 is over, and it did not look much different from any other cellular auction, with enterprises sitting out of the bidding. With one exception: utilities, who paid a higher MHz/pop than mobile operators. In this article, we look at what made PALs attractive to utilities and what it tells us about the value of CBRS spectrum.


Sparring Partners | Wireless connectivity in airports
February 4, 2021

8 am PDT | 11 am EDT | 4 pm GMT | 5 pm CET
How can airports use AeroMACS to get the wireless connectivity they need? Senza Fili Sparring Partners with Declan Byrne, WiMAX Forum, Pedro Ponte, Lisbon Airport, Antonio Correas, Skymantics and Monica Paolini, Senza Fili.

Fast and cost-effective 4G coverage across Europe with satellite backhaul
February 9, 2021

1 – 3:30 pm GMT
Monica Paolini will chair this virtual event sponsored by Intelsat on the evolution of satellite backhaul for mobile networks

Senza Fili is an analyst and consulting firm that provides advisory support on wireless technologies and services. At Senza Fili we have in-depth expertise in financial modeling, market forecasts and research, white paper and report preparation, business plan support, strategic advice, and due diligence. Our client base is international and spans the entire value chain. We work with vendors, mobile operators and other service providers, enterprises, system integrators, investors, public agencies, and industry associations. We provide a bridge between technologies and services, helping our clients assess established and emerging technologies, leverage these technologies to support new or existing services, and build profitable business models. Independent advice, a strong quantitative orientation, and an international perspective are the hallmarks of our work.