A constant commitment between institutions and local administrations to implement the connectivity infrastructures that are necessary for development: this is the theme of a meeting promoted by Anci, Infratel Italia and the Ugo Bordoni Foundation during the National Assembly of the Association of Municipalities Italians in progress in Arezzo.The seminar, entitled "Connected Territories, Ultralarga Band and 5G for community development", ended with the intervention of the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economic Development Mirella Liuzzi, who reiterated the importance of the most recent activities promoted by the Ministry and the opportunities they offer to the Municipalities: from the Sinfi to "Piazza Wifi Italia"." Piazza Wi-Fi Italia project, to date, sees over 2600 registrations, we invite all the Municipalities to join the project, especially the younger ones, in order to reduce the digital divide in our country and fight depopulation", underlined Undersecretary Liuzzi, who on the subject of SINFI added: "the MiSE has allocated 5 million to support Municipalities and local authorities involved in the activity of providing data, we are proceeding at a rapid pace to populate the infrastructure register and accompany the Municipalities in this path ".In the course of the interventions the concrete opportunities offered to the Municipalities by the Italian Strategy for the Ultra Broadband and promoted by the Mise through Infratel were deepened.Domenico Tudini, CEO of Infratel Italia in his report reiterated that "no municipality will be left out of public intervention for the internet access network, objective difficulties will be overcome".Tudini took stock of the work done and what to do, while Antonio Sassano, President of the Ugo Bordoni Foundation, highlighted the lights and shadows of the debate on the adoption of 5G.The conference was also attended by Riccardo Capecchi, Agcom general secretary, and several mayors; the voice of the local administrations was brought by Antonella Galdi, deputy secretary general Anci.
1062 the agreements already signed with Infratel.
The Undersecretary of Mise Mirella Liuzzi, the CEO of Infratel Domenico Tudini at the Assembly of Italian Municipalities on connectivity issues
We connect all the Italian Municipalities to create a free and widespread national wifi network that can be freely accessed by all citizens.
Activations are increasing as part of the project launched by the Ministry of Economic Development.
Deputy Minister Stefano Buffagni: "We want a more connected Italy".