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Pena Nieto Announces Investment of 700 Billion Pesos in Telecommunications Sector
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The Mexican president, Enrique Pena Nieto, has announced a series of projects in communications and transportation infrastructure for Mexico that will be implemented in the next five years. The Infrastructure Investment Program of Transport and Commu [...]
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Anatel approves Regulation Service Private and Reduces License Price for City Providing Internet Access
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Anatel, The Brazilian Agency of Telecommunications, approved on Thursday, 6, the new Regulation Services Private Limited (SLP). The main change in the rules of the service is now public administration bodies directly or indirectly in any sphere of go [...]
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Radiography of Broadband in Argentina
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Currently there are approximately 3.1 million broadband connections in Argentina, and a total of 7.17 million fixed lines and mobile broadband. 2017 are forecast to 9.8 million broadband connections. Cisco announced the results of the Cisco Broadb [...]
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Argentina Moves Towards a 4G Phones
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Argentina's Federal Planning minister Julio de Vido, said yesterday that the national government will develop 4G phones with a strategic sense to increase competition and to consolidate the current scheme of concentration. In a statement, the mini [...]
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Brazil Became The First World Cup Host Country That Use the 4G Network
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With the arrival of the World Cup event in Brazil next year, Brazil is doing its best to ensure that every part of its infrastructure is ready to welcomes the world to its own versions of global sporting spectacles. In this era, the rise of smartphon [...]
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Pena Nieto Proposes Reform of Telecommunications
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Mexico's government on Tuesday announced a reform initiative in telecommunications which includes the creation of two television channels and removes the government power to grant or revoke the concessions in broadcasting and telecommunications. T [...]
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