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Sirti, with A2A for the WAN-LAN network

4 April 2022

Milan, 4 April 2022 – Sirti, an innovation hub for the development of network infrastructures, is working with A2A to guarantee the maximum efficacy of the WAN – LAN network, a strategic asset of the Group.  

Sirti Digital Solutions will be providing system support and will be working on the network that connects the A2A offices and the network for the transmission of industrial processes throughout Italy.

Specifically, Sirti will be taking care of the maintenance of the networking hardware of the TLC network and the Smart Grid that support the primary electrical distribution substations, both of A2A Smart City.  It will also be providing a specific networking consulting service.

Laura Cioli, CEO of Sirti Group, commented: “We are pleased to be working alongside A2A, a strategic partner for us, on this process to speed up the energy transition, for which our aim is to guarantee the excellent functioning of the WAN – LAN network that enables it. Sirti Digital Solutions will take care of corrective maintenance, with remote troubleshooting, incident resolution on network services, on-site intervention with SLA and a smart assistance service for the Group’s network, thanks to the digital competences consolidated on the architectures, and a networking and network security advisory service necessary to handle the complexities of continually evolving networks”.

Sirti S.p.A. Sirti is an innovation hub in the development of network infrastructures. Founded in 1921, it operates in the Telecommunications, Energy and Digital Solutions sectors, and employs around 3800 people.

For more information:

Barabino & Partners (+39 02 72023535)

Luciano Majelli, Mobile +39 335 7491684 - l.majelli@barabino.it  

Anna Bottolo, Mobile +39 349 9789618 - a.bottolo@barabino.it

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