Telecom Italia (TIM) has made a series of changes to its technology and innovation team, creating a chief innovation and partnership office headed by Elisabetta Romano, responsible for the group’s technological positioning on innovation and for the medium/long-term development strategy, as well as maximising the value of partnerships and alliances with major Italian and international players.
Romano was named as TIM’s chief technology officer last April, having previously eaded up Ericsson’s TV and media division before taking over as head of the technology outfit’s core networks division.
The company has remained the chief technology and innovation office as the chief technology and formatting office, This will be headed by Michele Gamberini, who is responsible for the development of networks and information technology, bringing together engineering processes , development and operation of technological infrastructures, platforms and IT applications. Gamberini was previously head of network and service engineering.
The chief wholesale infrastructures network and systems office, led by Stefano Siragusa, has been renamed the chief operations office, bringing together operations in fixed and mobile access networks, service delivery and on-field network operation and maintenance, to facilitate a progressive recovery of operating efficiency.
TIM’s wholesale market function has meanwhile been placed under Giovanni Moglia, TIM’s chief regulatory Affairs officer, and the function has been renamed chief regulatory affairs and wholesale market.
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