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  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    6/1/18
    ARGENTINA Latin America's telecoms industry associations criticized a court decision in Buenos Aires banning the ride-hailing app Uber country-wide for alleged breach of local transportation regulations. CHILE Telecoms group...

  • ICT tender watch: Haiti, Honduras

    9/8/17
    Haiti's agriculture ministry is inviting consultants to adapt an incentive management IT system. The project will use funds provided by the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) to cover the costs of the Technological Innovation...

  • Evertec Inc.

    8/4/17
    Evertec is a full service transaction processing business in Latin America and the Caribbean. The company operates in three segments: Merchant Acquiring, Payment Processing, and Business Solutions, across 19 countries in the region,...

  • Netflix users

    1/27/17
    Quarterly number of users of online streaming service Netflix from Q1 of 2013 through Q4 of 2016. Number of users broken down by US and rest of the world....

  • A market awakening

    2/11/11
    ICT development in Cuba? It seems a paradox when considering the fact that only a small percentage of Cubans have access to a computer or an internet connection. Or even the fact that they still have to get around the island in cars...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    5/25/18
    CHILE Cloud services provider Amazon Web Services (AWS) is actively pursuing opportunities in the education sector in Latin America. Teresa Carlson, AWS VP worldwide public sector, visited Argentina and Chile this week and on...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    2/16/18
    MEXICO Mexico has issued the updated guidelines for the tender of six blocks in the 2.5GHz band (2500-2690MHz). América Móvil is planning capital investments of around US$8bn this year, CEO Daniel Hajj said during a conference...

  • ICT: The week in 10 stories

    11/17/17
    ARGENTINA Argentine telcos may be able to start offering satellite TV as well as other pay TV services by the end of the year. The government started procedures in 2015 to allow telcos to compete directly with cable TV companies ...