FiberCop and TLC Telecomunicazioni, telecommunications operator active throughout Italy, have signed an agreement to develop the FTTH (Fiber to the Home) access market through TLC Telecomunicazioni’s involvement in the FiberCop network co-investment project.
Under this agreement, TLC Telecomunicazioni will use the fibre optic secondary access network up to FiberCop’s homes to develop the FTTH (Fiber to the Home) access market in 7 municipalities in Lazio, Apulia and Campania. The municipalities covered by the agreement are: Formia, Gaeta, Castellaneta, Bellona, Pietramelara, Sparanise e San Salvatore Telesino.
TLC Telecomunicazioni’s endorsement of the co-investment offer, further confirms the soundness of FiberCop’s investment plan, which will ensure FTTH coverage for 60% of households in Italy by 2026.
The agreement reached confirms the effectiveness of the co-investment model, which allows all interested operators to participate in the deployment of optical fibre in Italy in an infrastructure competition framework. Moreover, it speeds up the process of overcoming the digital divide in the country and makes ultrabroadband connections with speeds of over 1 Gigabit per second available to households and businesses.
The operator TLC Telecomunicazioni has been in business since 2005 and has become a point of reference in many contexts, above all in business. It operates throughout the country with the aim of offering its customers a technologically advanced service, with excellent quality standards. It is specialised in the supply of fibre optic internet access services dedicated to projects even in difficult situations, advanced backup services with IP continuity and unified communication services.