LatAm's most innovative companies Fast Company ranks the top 10 disruptive startups in the region, from banks to urban mobility and deliveries.
The Finnish multinational telco tells BNamericas that it has signed contracts with two operators in the region to launch the service this year.
The IFT plans to hold 20 consultations this year 2019 to get input from market stakeholders and the general public.
The development bank will reduce its corporate finance operations and especially financing for large corporations and conglomerates, says BNDES president Joaquim Levy.
Scalable local Content Delivery Network services offer one-stop-shop services for companies and other institutions that seek to create a presence in Latin America and beyond.
Instead of hosting storage and computing in a central cloud, or in traditional servers at the customer premises, edge computing enables these capabilities at the edge of the network; in other words, in the network segments closest to the devices that generate the data, such as a central office.