Alberto Griselli, CEO of TIM Brasil: corporations will profit essentially the most from the development of 5G

Alberto Griselli, CEO of TIM Brasil: corporations will profit essentially the most from the development of 5G

In February 2022, Griselli took over as CEO of TIM Brasil. The arrival to the main chair of telecom coincides with investments in 5G to win new customers

the italian Alberto Griselli is one of the biggest enthusiasts of 5G technology in Brazil.

In February 2022, Griselli took over as CEO of TIM Brazil, arm of the Italian telecommunications operator, after three years as the company’s chief financial officer. The arrival to the main chair of telecom coincides with a phase of optimism over there with the possibilities of 5G.

By 2024, the company should invest BRL 14 billionmost of it in the advance of the very high speed mobile internet signal in large urban centers.

In an interview published in the December edition of EXAME magazine, Griselli explains why the new technology will change the business model of telecommunications companies.

What the CEO of TIM Brasil told EXAME

  • Today we have more or less 7 billion people connected with cell phones. With 5G, the possibility of objects being connected, the internet of things🇧🇷 Today there are already 14 billion connections between things in the world. That number is expected to reach 30 billion by 2028.
  • The big news of 5G is the corporate world. Latency time in 5G is much lower than usual in previous technologies. Therefore, 5G allows managing a much larger number of sensors per area than 4G. This opens up many possibilities for companies to use technology to automate critical processes.
  • Today, B2B represents less than 10% of TIM’s revenue, but it can grow and reach 40% in the medium term, with the advance of 5G.
  • Brazil is arriving after other countries in 5G, which may facilitate the adoption of the technology. In Europe, 5G auctions were held years ago when the technology was more expensive.
  • Almost six months after the debut of 5G in Brazil, TIM expected to have 2% of customers in Brazil already using the technology on a daily basis. Instead, 7% of TIM customers in Brazil already use 5G.

Source: Exam

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