The so-called Non-Standalone (NSA) 5G NR mode would run over existing LTE networks, but all control signaling and user data would be sent over 5G networks.
The helplines of Costa Rican telcos will not be allowed to make customers wait for more than a minute due to a new regulation from watchdog Sutel.
After being order to create a business division independent from Telmex-Telnor to provide wholesale services and ensure access to passive infrastructure, telecom giant América Móvil said it will challenge the regulator's ruling.
The facility will be set up in the region of Campinas, São Paulo state, considered the country's main tech hub.
The media group will be obliged to broadcast third-party signals when its passive infrastructure is not available and publish information on its advertising prices and commercial agreements under new asymmetric rules issued by sector watchdog IFT.
The company will help introduce technologies like its PhotoDNA platform, which is used in the fight against child pornography. Chile joined Microsoft's global Government Security Program (GSP) in 2015.
The planning, budget and management ministry aims to hire cloud services for over 200 government agencies.