Monday, April 10, 2023

Interview with Fernando Herrera, CEO of Telecentro

For Telecentro, the operator of the future must solve AI services at home through alliances

The operator will have to solve the daily life of its customers and this role will be the driver that will reconfigure the industry in the coming years. FTTH will be irreplaceable and Internet providers, in addition to guaranteeing connectivity quality and adding content, must provide users with other types of services, such as AI at home

Convergencialatina: You have been providing services for just over 30 years. How do you see yourselves in another 30 years?

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Globales · Operators08/09/2023

Why STC bought a 9.9% stake in Telefónica

The operation took the Spanish operator's board, the government and the financial regulator by surprise. The investment bank Morgan Stanley was acquiring the shares, by order of the Arab firm, in small packages without taking control. Telefónica is attractive because of its robust dividend payments.

Argentina · Fixed Broadband · Operators22/08/2023

The power of fiber deployment isn't in the investments; it lies within the municipalities

These entities have the capacity to delay or drive ISP and operator projects through the enactment of specific ordinances.

Argentina · Operators14/08/2023

Telecom and Claro to conquer fiber in the interior of the country

Telecom invests heavily in fiber with a gradual migration plan from copper to FTTH. Claro advanced to have the largest FTTH market share after all the small operators added up. Telefónica makes its own deployments and sharing agreements, but its customer base is not taking off.

Brasil · Fixed Broadband21/06/2023

Brazilian fixed broadband market increases its competition level

Regional ISPs compete for the market with the big operators, not only for the coverage but also for the quality of the service offered, based on the deployment of fiber optics.

Cuba · Submarine Cables30/05/2023

Arimao cable highlights Cuba's challenges in accessing connectivity

The island must pay international connection fees in foreign currency, but it is not abundant. Additionally, US sanctions force them to seek more costly options than those indicated by economic logic. Despite the limitations, Havana is looking for new routes. With the Arimao, traffic has grown by 17%.

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A DIARIO LATINO 26-09-2023

Brasil · Internet & OTT 26/09/2023

94% of schools connected to networks

Brasil · Regulation · Operators 26/09/2023

New poles proposal would have conflicting points for operators

República Dominicana · Regulation 26/09/2023

Indotel approves 5G spectrum auction general conditions

Argentina · Regulation · Operators · Spectrum 26/09/2023

Globales · Hardware · Regulation 26/09/2023

European Chip Law comes into force

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