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Italian government not wedded to single network

The Italian government this week made it clear that having a publicly-owned high-speed network covering the whole country is its end-goal, not necessarily bringing together the existing infrastructure into one single network.

KKR and Iliad reportedly interested in TIM network

KKR and Iliad are among those interested in making a bid for TIM’s network assets, it emerged in recent days, with the former purportedly keen to broker a deal by partnering with the Italian government.

TIM picks Ericsson for 5G core

Ericsson’s dual-mode 5G Core will allow TIM to modernize its current Evolved Packet Core and introduce 5G Standalone in a cloud-native platform, we’re told.

TIM director departure sets tongues a-wagging

TIM this week announced the resignation of board member Frank Cadoret, a snippet of information that once again called into question the lack of harmony in its governance.

TIM jumps aboard the European Green Digital Coalition

Italian operator TIM has thrown its hat into the ring with the European Green Digital Coalition, which purports to have the aim of ‘harnessing the potential of digital solutions to enable the green transformation.’

TIM confirms its network head is in fact leaving

Having made a statement earlier in the week insisting network chief Stefano Siragusa was not leaving over internal disagreements, Italian operator TIM has announced today he is leaving ‘by mutual agreement.’

TIM sort of clarifies details of company split

TIM has outlined more detailed plans to split its network operations from its services business, confirming recent reports that around half of its debt will go with the NetCo unit.

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