Sunday, 29 May 2022

Italy kicks off ‘Italia a 1Giga’ plan with €3.7bn tender

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Monday 17 January 22

Using funds allocated from the National Recovery and Resilience Plan (PNRR), the government hopes to reach 7 million homes with gigabit-capable broadband infrastructure

On Saturday, Italian state-owned infrastructure company Infratel announced the launch of a tender process aiming to bring gigabit-capable broadband infrastructure to almost 7 million homes by 2026.   The process will primarily target homes situated in grey areas across the country, which are locations where commercial operators currently have no plans to deploy next generation access infrastructure…

On Saturday, Italian state-owned infrastructure company Infratel announced the launch of a tender process aiming to bring gigabit-capable broadband infrastructure to almost 7 million homes by 2026.   The process will primarily target homes situated in grey areas across the country, which are locations where commercial operators currently have no plans to deploy next generation access infrastructure…

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