Reliability to drive adoption of CBRS private networks in the enterprise
December 29, 2018
A conversation between Stephane Daeuble at Nokia and Monica Paolini at Senza Fili on the crucial role of reliability in enterprise CBRS networks
CBRS will boost small cells and infrastructure sharing in the US
December 19, 2018
A conversation with Marko Babovic at Ericsson how CBRS will benefit the enterprise and how it will encourage growth in in-building small-cell networks in the US
Know your network. Extracting the benefits of virtualization
December 15, 2018
In this blog on the benefits of virtualization, Monica Paolini, Senza Fili, argues that to gather the knowledge they need and leverage it to optimize their networks, service providers need to change the way they run their networks, concurrently along multiple dimensions.
Webinar | CBRS: Should the enterprise and venue owners care?
November 17, 2018
CBRS is finally ready for commercial deployments, and enterprises and venue owners are at the forefront of CBRS adoption. In this webinar we will discuss how CBRS can meet the enterprise and venue owner need not just for wireless connectivity, but also for control over the wireless infrastructure.
Sparring Partners webinar: What is the role of antennas in optimizing RAN performance?
November 14, 2018
Sparring Partners What is the role of antennas in optimizing RAN performance? Register for the Sparring Partners webinarDecember 5, 2018 at 10:00 AM ET/2:00 PM GMTDebaters:  Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili Christophe Vidal, Director of Intelligent Beam Management Systems (IBMS), Pivotal CommwareJoin us for our Sparring Partners webinar on the evolution of RAN optimization. Monica Paolini from Senza Fili and Christophe Vidal from Pivotal Commware will debate the progress of RAN optimization using software-defined antennas as the next chapter of SON, and the role of an intelligent beam management system in maximizing performance, spectrum efficiency, and network resources.Sparring Partners is our new webinar series, which we try to make more engaging and thought-provoking than slide-heavy webinars. Each Sparring Partner is a video conversation between debaters on a hot topic in wireless – no slides and no sales pitches. We invite the audience to participate too, by sharing comments and asking questions through an open online…
Webinar: Is wireless changing the enterprise, or is the enterprise changing wireless?
October 7, 2018
Sparring Partners Is wireless changing the enterprise, or is the enterprise changing wireless? Debaters:  Monica Paolini, Principal, Senza Fili Chris Nicoll, Principal, Nicoll AssociatesSparring Partners  is a new engaging, interactive, and thought provoking discussion of current technology topics that is designed to provide insightful commentary on multiple sides of the issues. We do not bore you with slides or a scripted presentations. Instead, you see and hear us as we debate the topic. Chris and Monica fill the hour debating the topic, answering your questions and asking you questions.  Our inaugural debate covers how the role of wireless in the enterprise is changing, what impact wireless innovation will have in the enterprise, and what will work and what will not.Chris and Monica open the discussion with these questions and then move on to the question from the audience.Watch the webinar:
Webinar: URLLC: A view from the edge
August 22, 2018
A discussion on the role of edge computing as a necessary enabler of URLLC in different verticals, and how operators, enterprises and venue owners can leverage edge computing to lower latency, in terms of technology, business models, and use cases.
Finding the edge in converged networks
July 27, 2018
A conversation with Neeraj Patel, Vice President and General Manager of MobilityEngine, Radisys.
Bringing edge business cases to life
July 20, 2018
A conversation with John Reister, SVP Product and Marketing, Vasona Networks 
Service providers, content providers, application developers meet at the edge
July 13, 2018
A conversation with Yves Boudreau, VP of Partnerships and Ecosystem Strategy, Ericsson UDN