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Explore the challenges and solutions in Telecom, 50+ sheets of pure analysis with 4 graphs and 1 table focused on emerging trends. Also, you will have all the related content like news, project and company profiles.
Outlook2015: Telecommunications Outlook 2015: Will Mexico's Watershed Moment Steal the Show?
The World Cup came and went, and despite successfully catering for the communications needs of broadcasters and visitors, Brazil appears to be just as concerned with expanding service coverage as it was before the event. And it's not just Brazil where there's no standing still. Our telecom sector Outlook 2015 report highlights several trends that will ratchet forward in a significant way next year.
- Mexico Reform
- High Throughput Satellites
- M&A, Consolidation
- Digital Terrestrial TV (DTT)
- Regulatory developments
- Spectrum Resale
- Reduced Roaming Fees
- Number Portability
INTELLIGENCE SERIE: 4G LTE: Already Making Waves in Latin America
The GSMA reports that less than 1% of Latin America's mobile users have moved to 4G so far, and forecasts that even by year-end 2017 the figure will be relatively low at 10%. Yet LTE is constantly in the headlines. Do these numbers mean operators will slow down their LTE deployments? Apparently not. This month's Telecom Intelligence Series looks at the numbers surrounding LTE deployment and considers whether the time is right for this technology.
The World Cup came and went, and despite successfully catering for the communications needs of broadcasters and visitors, Brazil appears...
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Argentina: Finally, Wheels are in Motion
ICT Survey 2017
Chile: Setting Sights on Loftier Goals
Data Analytics: New Tools, New Horizons
Telecom Outlook 2017: All Aboard the Digital Transformation Bandwagon
Brazil: Telecom Market Reform Inches Closer
In Search of the MVNO Magic Formula
Colombia: From Turmoil Comes Adaptability
Future Thinking: Fostering Latin America's Tech Startup Scene
Mexico's Reform Successes Mask a Can of Worms
No City Left Behind. The Smart City Movement Gains Traction in Latin America