The map of schools connected with the ultra-broadband in Italy

The map of schools connected with the ultra-broadband in Italy

From primary to second grade secondary schools, Open Fiber has connected more than 7,000 schools with fiber. Here's how to find them

Photo: MARCO Passaro / IPA More than 7,000 schools in Italy from elementary to high school are connected to broadband. The data comes from Open Fiber, the company controlled by Cassa Depositi e Prestiti and the Australian fund Macquarie, after Enel left the scene, and in charge of building the national fiber optic network. The company has released data relating to schools connected to ultra-broadband, which Wired has collected in this map.

body.isDesktop .tableauPlaceholder {height: auto! Important;} body.isDesktop .tableauWrapper iframe { height: auto! important ;;}. tableauWrapper> p {line-height: 0; margin: 0! important;} Each point on the map corresponds to a school connected to the optical fiber. The filter at the bottom allows you to isolate a single region. The schools of Trentino-Alto Adige and Valle d'Aosta are not included in the list, which are also found separately in the lists of the Ministry of Education. In the dataset made available by Open Fiber there are actually just under 11 thousand institutes. However, Wired's choice was to exclude preschools from the representation, focusing on those involved in distance learning during the closures due to the containment of the SARS-Cov-2 pandemic. Open Fiber also announced that it will periodically update the list on its website.

Of the over 7 thousand schools mapped, just over 5 thousand are included in the School Plan tender launched by Infratel, a company controlled by Invitalia which is responsible for coordinating the optical fiber cabling of the Belpaese. They are the ones in green on the map. The plan offers participating schools a symmetrical fiber connection up to 1 Gigabit per second, a service offered free of charge for a period of 5 years.

An initiative which, when fully operational, plans to connect to the network over 35,000 institutions across the country by 2023. It will obviously not be Open Fiber, which is in charge of building the network, to provide the connection. At the moment, Fastweb, Intred and Tim have been selected, who have committed to connect 2,195, 680 and 2,200 schools by September respectively by September. A strategic service should the pandemic once again force the authorities to impose distance learning to contain the spread of infections and, more generally, to provide students and teachers with access to the network's resources and its potential.

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