Cuba is poised to deploy 3G technology using the 900MHz band soon, improving the quality and administration of mobile services. However, some 200,000 subscribers without a smartphone will be left without telecom services.
After a decade of spectacular growth in the Caribbean and Central America, Digicel's top-heavy debt situation is threatening to unbalance the ship. A new course has been set, but can the operator navigate through the choppy waters ahead?
Water-intensive industries are seeking to automate submersible pumps and flow control mechanisms in their water treatment plants, according to Mexican water treatment engineering firm Aguas Latinas.
Three years after the implementation of asymmetric measures, América Móvil's market share has barely changed. Conversely, the Mexican TV market is displaying an increasingly competitive ecosystem, according to think tank the Competitive Intelligence Unit.
The combined revenues of Indra and Tecnocom would make the new company the largest IT services provider in Spain. Both companies have a strong presence in Latin America.
Interexport delivers communications managed and support services for public safety, government and enterprise customers across Chile. This is Motorola solutions' first acquisition in Latin America.
Japanese-Brazilian technological and scientific cooperation formally began in 1984, when an agreement was signed between the two nations.
ARMAN will operate as a standalone Samsung subsidiary.
Mobileye combines machine learning, data analysis and localization with Intel's high performance computing and connectivity expertise to create automated driving solutions from cloud to car. Positions Intel to capture fast-growing market opportunity, estimated to be up to US$70bn by 2030.