Our ESG vision

ESG vision

We believe that digital transformation is the key to the social and economic development of our Country and to the protection of our territory. Read more

Latest press releases

Redazione ufficio stampa

Read the latest press releases and search the archives of TIM Group's Press Office.

Innovation

Open Innovation

Open Innovation

The TIM Group's Open Innovation programme favours business opportunities for improving services, products and processes offered by all the companies in the Group. 

We collaborate with startups and innovative companies of any size and geographical origin in the areas of: Smart Cities, Industry, Retail, Cloud, Network, Cybersecurity and Sustainability.

To participate in the programme, discover our challenges or submit your solution by clicking here

Venture Capital

Venture Capital

Through TIM Ventures, the venture capital company of the TIM Group, we invest in technological start-ups that are in line with our strategy and support them as they grow.

The areas of interest to TIM Ventures are: Network, Cloud, IoT, Cybersecurity, Payments, Education, Sustainability.

Among the main direct investments made to date are: Satispay, Weschool, Askdata, Pedius, Webidoo. TIM Ventures also invests directly through the two funds Northgate and UV T-Growth of which it is the promoter and main investor.

Laboratories

Laboratories

With offices in Turin, Milan, Rome and Catania, our TIM Innovation Labs are business and technology innovation centers where we deal with the design and development of the fixed-line and mobile access network, the evolution of the transport network, the development of services and platforms, and testing of new generation terminals.

They work alongside the User Experience Lab, the TIM competence center on usability and user experience and the ATL (Accredited Test Laboratory), tasked with verifying technologies and services before they are launched on the market.

Open RAN

Open RAN

Open RAN is the Open Radio Access Network technology that allows for the creation of next generation mobile networks, increasing the performance and flexibility of the services offered.
Thanks to which, new standards are being defined that make the development of antennas and radio access network hardware and software components independent, so that different industrial players can offer solutions that are interoperable with those of other operators.