Founded in 1988, Accept manufactures and sells servers, desktops and mini PCs, as well as deep learning and AI solutions. The company has an office in São Paulo and a manufacturing unit in Ilhéus, in Bahia state.
Echoing his predecessors, Marcos Pontes said that one of the goals of the administration regarding connectivity will be to take broadband nationwide. The minister also called for greater private sector participation in innovation and R&D.
BNamericas talks to the Americas director of Ireland's Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Brian Glynn, about the country's links to the region.
Syscom Telecom has a presence in several Latin American countries as well as in Europe and the US.
The solution envisaged by new infrastructure minister Tarcisio de Freitas is similar to the model applied by some private companies in Brazil, such as CargoX, which helps truckers find cargo for empty trips and tracks the most efficient routes, taking a small percentage of the freight price.
Mexico has recently published accessibility guidelines for broadcast TV transmissions, including sign language and close captioning, in an effort to address the needs of that segment of the population.
Brazil is one of the largest and most promising telecom markets in the world, but heavy taxes and outdated legislation prevent it from realizing its full potential.
Investments grew 12% in the 12 months ending September despite regulatory hurdles to deploy infrastructure and a still weak economic environment.