The plan – created by Infratel, an in-house company from the Ministry of Economic Development (MISE) – promotes the creation and integration of ultra-broadband internet service infrastructure in areas with low population density, also known as White Areas.
As the company responsible for organising Broadband and Ultra-broadband Government Tenders, Infratel launched three tenders for the execution of these works. Open Fiber won these tenders.
Open Fiber operates solely in the wholesale market and entrusts the distribution of services to its partners, who are Italian and foreign telecommunications operators. These partners will be responsible for selling the connection to end users.
Tenders include the wholesale design, creation, management and maintenance of passive and active access network infrastructure for property units located in White Areas (C&D Clusters).