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  • La Paz seeks to eliminate overhead cabling

    The municipal government of La Paz is drafting a measure aimed at fully eliminating overhead cabling in the city in a year, forcing telcos and electric power companies to use subterranean ducts. The move was partly fueled by the...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    Having missed the opportunity with smartphone chips, Intel is determined to lead the data revolution, focusing on virtual reality, artificial intelligence, autonomous vehicles and 5G technologies, as BNamericas explores. Colombia,...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    IoT and artificial intelligence (AI) figured prominently in the news, as did updates on the state of Latin America's mobile ecosystem. Millicom's CEO explained why technology is key for startups, while Colombia's automation...

  • Entel set to offer triple-play plans

    Bolivia's state-run telco Entel plans to leverage its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) infrastructure to provide triple-play services starting in March and a month later it will launch an m-payment platform for smartphones. Entel's FTTH...

  • Diego Gutiérrez, VP of marketing, Viva

    NuevaTel, which operates under the Viva brand in Bolivia, is expecting a considerable increase in its mobile subscriber base in 2008. The operator is also planning to invest in continued expansion of its GSM infrastructure to meet...

  • Bolivian telco Cotel invests in new node

    Bolivian telco cooperative Cotel has installed a new node in La Paz with a capacity for 400 new cable TV connections valued at US$150 each, according to Bolivian newspaper El Diario. The node, which required an investment of US$40,0...