Re-launch of the TEM, Leonardo Soghi and CDP Consortium in Fastweb-Aruba

The Tim-Leonardo-Sogei-Cdp consortium did not miss the PA cloud “relationship” And with increases On a $2.8 billion bid from Fastweb and Aruba Exercising the right of pre-emption onNational Strategic Pole Competition. It was a quartet project The “winner” in the first stage has already been judgedRating and Alliance have tried to win the bid in recent days with a discount, however, it was not able to match that proposed by contenders Fastweb and Aruba. Technical adjustment is also necessary and above all on the governance front.

The team made up of Tim, Leonardo, Cassa Depositi e Prestiti (through its subsidiary Cdp Equity) and Sogei, As a promoter, it has exercised, in accordance with applicable legislation and tender documents, the right of pre-emption within the European tender to waive, through a public-private partnership contract, the construction and management of the National Strategic Pole Launched in January 2022 by Devisa Cervisi as the Central Committee for the Management of Digital Transformation in the Presidency Cabinet,” as stated in a note. Accordingly, the Consortium undertakes to “perform, as reported to management, the contractual obligations under the same terms offered by the current temporary contractor.”“.

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Fastweb and Aruba presented an offer that is technically feasible and economically competitive: The bid was awarded in recent days in the amount of 2.8 billion, equivalent to an average discount of 39.19% on price lists based on the bid. The discount was not enough – even if it was suggested by competitors and was equal to 23.36% – to guarantee a promotional union victory for the first time. But most of all, In the Fastweb-Aruba project, the possibility for the state to enter the new company at any time by raising capital was put on paper. So the quartet Tim-Leonardo-Sugi-CDP will also have to work on this front.

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Small data centers, the Italian Cloud Consortium point the finger at Minister Colao

to stay on topic, The Italian Cloud Consortium did not send in a note to them to tell Minister for Digital Transformation Vittorio Colao, Talk about the topic of cloud architectures. “Often there’s dToo small centers, not safe, not up to date, not efficient and unsustainable and therefore – let’s face it – they would have no reason to existThe minister said in recent days.

TheThe president of the Italian Cloud Association, Michele Zunino, is not there: “We know Minister Colao’s passion for large global operators such as Google and Microsoft, but he can no longer pretend that in Italy there are no other innovative cloud service providers that are able to intercept requests for protected areas and companies in the region, even better than large hyper-shrinking companies. There is a market The whole is going in the opposite direction. Inner regionalism, for example, with its wealth of structures and qualified personnel. The same race of the so-called state cloud could have positive external effects for Italian small and medium-sized companies in this sector. But this was not the case and the world of power Locality operates differently from that project, so it is very likely that there will be market scenarios associated with the local PA demand that will be different from the national strategic pole.”

According to ZuninoData center size is an irrelevant criterion in terms of security and efficiency. In the age of edge computing, we are trying to bring data closer to the user and everyone is thinking of smaller smart solutions specifically to ensure the growth of local businesses and national skills. On the contrary, the “localization” of the data is an uninterpretable legal matter. The minister cannot say that it is not important to know whether the data is hosted in Google or Microsoft data centers: it means abruptly repealing the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and a whole bunch of regulations coming from Europe.”

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