A roundup of the most important ITC news in Latin America.
The company, part of a joint venture between Mexico's Televisa and AT&T's DirecTV, is jumping into a market recently opened by AT&T's own offering.
This is the opinion of the country's minister of industry, mining and energy, Caroline Cosse, citing new business opportunities in facial recognition, text recognition, machine translation, diagnosis of pathologies through images, GPS-guided machinery and others.
The firm's investments in the state grew 17% in 2017, while Oi's investments in all of Brazil were up 18.3% to 5.6bn reais.
Bids must be submitted online to Banco do Brasil's licitacoes-e.com.br, and will be opened on May 9 at 2:30pm local time.
In 2017, IT spending represented 7.7% of the net revenue of local corporates on average, up from the 7.6% seen in the two previous years.