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In an effort to expand fibre-based connectivity and TV services across Bolivia, public telco Entel plans to deploy fibre-to-the-home (FTTH) networks in 339 towns and cities through to 2022.

With IP-based services at the core of its expansion strategy in Latin America, Telefónica has now chosen NPAW’s business intelligence and analytics solutions to support growth across the region.
Kicking off its recently declared plan to explore non-satellite options, the Italian subsidiary of Sky is teaming with fibre optic communication network provider Open Fiber to drive long-term growth in fibre and pay-TV services.

In the latest of it commissions for the art-house movie service, SPI International/Filmbox has taken its FilmBox channel to Finnish IPTV and over-the-top (OTT) provider Ålcom.

Bogota-based telco ETB seems to have halted the progression of its losses somewhat, mostly thanks to its growing fibre and pay-TV businesses.

Through a €660 million investment in the country’s fibre networks, Telefónica is looking to make Brazil its fibre powerhouse in Latin America.

netgem 27sep2017In a year that the telco TV technology provider says reflects a solid performance in Europe and a change in business model outside, Netgem has reported a mixed set of results for its 2017 fiscal year.

Costa Rica’s public telco ICE has confirmed its road map to extend telecom and pay-TV services across Central America.