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ISC Brasil

ISC BRASIL arrives in its 13th edition in 2018 and positions itself as the event where the SECURITY ELECTRONICS, PRIVATE SECURITY, PUBLIC SAFETY and DIGITAL SECURITY sectors interact to present security solutions for 12 different verticals - industries, construction, transport and logistics, retail, hospitals, hotels, banks, airports, agribusiness, universities, malls and condominiums.

Expo Lux

What is the Event?  Expolux is in its 16th Edition. This Biennial fair is considered the main event for lighting companies in Latin America. Comprehensive, concentrating technologies and trends, Expolux presents products and services for shopkeepers, retailers, specifiers, lighting designers, architects, decorators, engineers and technicians. 

Fiema Brasil

Fiema Brasil 2018 - Trade Fair and Technology in Wastewater, Effluents and Energy. In each edition of Fiema Brazil, the profile of the public with decision-making power in the process of purchasing the environmental solutions presented by exhibitors is accentuated. In 2018, Fiema Brasil will once again mobilize and integrate the different initiatives that drive the sector: machinery and equipment industries for the treatment of municipal

Fispal Tecnologia

For more than 30 years, Fispal Tecnologia, International Technology Fair for the Food and Beverage industry, has gathered in SĂŁo Paulo a select audience of professionals in search of the latest solutions in automation and logistics, packaging, equipment and accessories, machinery for packaging, processes, marking and coding for your industry. The largest meeting of the food and beverage industry sector reaches its 34th edition in 2018.

Latin America projected to have fastest bandwidth growth worldwide

Positive economic news from Latin America (LATAM) about its Q2 gross domestic product growth increasing 1.1% annually – its best results in over three years – confirms the region’s economic recovery is gaining traction.

This could be one of many reasons that the Global Interconnection Index, a recent market study published by Equinix, predicts LATAM could be the fastest-growing region worldwide in terms of Interconnection, potentially increasing 62% annually between 2016 – 2020.

China Telecom confirms interest in Brazil's Oi

  China Telecommunications Corp, the country's third largest telecom carrier by mobile subscribers, said on Wednesday that Brazilian telecom company Oi SA was among the several potential targets it had considered for investment

Oi, which provides phone services in hundreds of Brazilian cities, filed for bankruptcy earlier this year. Also known as the largest filing of this kind in the country's history, the carrier has been struggling with a debt of $19 billion.

China Development Bank is one of Oi's creditors with $1.2 billion stake

Brazil Internet of Things (IoT) national action plan

The plan is aimed at positioning the country in the forefront of technology development within the next five years.

The document, which will subsidize the preparation of the IoT National Plan  was released this Tuesday, 3rd , in the Brazil Auditorium of FutureCom, in São Paulo

The study includes more than 70 initiatives for innovation, human capital, regulatory environment, and connectivity

Emphasis will be made on health, smart cities, industrial, and rural areas

Brazil launches privatization plan

Brazil: President Michel Temer's government launched a multibillion-dollar plan to auction off oil, power rights and infrastructure concessions, in an attempt by the new government to bolster private investment in a moribund economy.

The government will sell operating licenses for airports in the cities of Porto Alegre, Salvador, Florianopolis and Fortaleza by the first quarter of 2017. It also plans to sell rights to operate federal roads in the center-west and south regions later next year.