Boldyn Networks Takes Aim at Rome

December 13th, 2023 by · Leave a Comment

Boldyn Networks has won a municipal contract to build wireless infrastructure across the city of Rome, Italy. They have signed a concession agreement with Roma Capitale to build out 5G and WiFi network infrastructure.

The deal covers the city’s A, B, and C metro lines, which includes 83 stations and 68 tunnels. Some 2200 signal propagation points will be put in place, alongside 1,800 IoT sensors and 2,000 hi-res cameras. 850 WiFi PoPs will underly a free WiFi network capable of supporting the city’s tourist flows.

Boldyn was formed earlier this year from the merger of Mobilitie, Signal Point Systems, Vilicom, ZenFi Networks, and Transit Wireless. The project in Rome looks a log like similar infrastructure they have in markets like NYC, London, and Las Vegas, and I’d say probably reflects the kind of opportunity the company will be chasing going forward.

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