TIM, the plan to accelerate the spread of fiber in Italy arrives

TIM, the plan to accelerate the spread of fiber in Italy arrives


The co-investment agreement was signed yesterday between FiberCop, an infrastructure operator owned by TIM, and WirLab, which aims to develop the Fiber-to-the-Home access market and thus accelerate the spread of optical fiber in our country.

Under the agreement, WirLab will use the secondary access network in optical fiber up to FiberCop's homes to make FTTH available in 9 municipalities in Campania: Ischia, Procida, Casamicciola , Forio, Pompei, Scafati, Sant'Antonio Abate, Santa Maria La Carità and Lioni.

The TIM Group, therefore, intends to implement the offer of co- investment part of a plan that will ensure FTTH coverage of 75% of the gray and black areas of the country by 2025. The agreement reached confirms the effectiveness of the co-investment model, which aims to allow all operators to actively participate to the development of optical fiber in It alia.

Collaboration also accelerates the overcoming of the digital divide and allows households and businesses to have access to ultra-broadband connections with speeds in excess of 1 Gbps.

FiberCop is a company 58% controlled by TIM together with KKR Infrastructure (37.5%) and Fastweb (4.5%). The company provides operators with passive fiber optic access services, and holds a record for the efficiency with which it operates in respect of people and the environment.

FiberCop owns a network asset that offers connections UBB to over 94% of the population through FTTC and FTTH connections. The goal for the near future is to continue developing FTTH coverage by focusing on real estate units located in the gray and black areas.

WirLab shares the same vision: a multi-utility company active in the sector of internet, voice, electricity and gas services, WirLab focuses on innovation as a fundamental element that Italy needs to restart in this such a difficult historical moment.

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OnlyFans founder Tim Stokely steps down, appoints spokesperson as CEO

OnlyFans founder and CEO Tim Stokely is stepping down, Bloomberg reports. His successor is Ami Gan, the company’s former head of communications and marketing. This move comes after a tenuous year for OnlyFans, in which the company said it would ban the sex workers that thrive on the platform, a decision that it suspended a week later.

If it seems strange to appoint a spokesperson as CEO of a company, you’re not off-base. But, per reports, this was Stokely’s own decision.

“We’ve worked side-by-side sharing our passion about the creator economy,” Gan, the new CEO, said. “Our priority is to continue being committed to being the safest social media platform in the world.”

Gan also said that she will invest in OFTV, the company’s safe-for-work streaming app, and will build new tools for creators. While Stokely’s own business background is in online pornography, Gan has worked for brands like Red Bull, Quest Nutrition and a cannabis cafe.

TechCrunch asked OnlyFans if this change in leadership will impact sex workers on the platform and is awaiting comment.

OnlyFans thrives thanks to its NSFW creators, and in August, the company was on track to do $2.5 billion in sales this year, up from $1.2 billion last year (OnlyFans takes 20% of creator earnings). But then, the company dropped a bombshell that would jeopardize the livelihoods of the sex workers who made the app a billion-dollar enterprise: OnlyFans was going to ban NSFW content. After swift backlash, OnlyFans suspended this decision, saying that it resolved issues with banking providers.

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