February 9, 2020
5G brings more capacity, lower latency, better performance, but also makes wireless networks more complex. Automation, AI and ML can help us manage and benefit from this complexity and eventually make wireless networks autonomous. This requires a new underlying architecture and a gradual evolution from manual to autonomous networks.
Will AI weaken or strengthen wireless security?
October 29, 2019
AI will both create new vulnerabilities and become a powerful tool to fight security threats, and the challenge is to integrate AI carefully to avoid the first and benefit from the second. In this blog, we explore how AI, ML and automation will change the approach to security in wireless networks.
5G and beyond: Hybrid networks are here to stay
July 17, 2019
Virtualization, digital transformation and 5G are taking us on a path towards hybrid networks, in which convergence, integration and coexistence among the different components is more than a way to protect legacy and ensure service continuity. Monolithic and homogeneous networks are no longer capable to address our growing and increasingly diverse connectivity needs. With hybrid networks, evolution to new technologies is not about rip and replace: it is about flexible and dynamic integration and coexistence.
Webinar | AI and machine learning: Why now?
January 18, 2019
Join us for a discussion on why we need AI and ML now, the benefits they offer, but also the challenges they pose, as operators, enterprises and vendors start to add AI and ML to their processes. This webinar is a preview of Senza Fili’s upcoming report on AI and machine learning sponsored by Intel, and with guest interviews by Nokia and Uhana.
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.