TV Production
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Nokia partnered with TV Azteca to study the use of 5G technology, which has demonstrated its enormous potential in the communications industry.
Enrique Perez
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Enrique Pérez
Director Enterprise Sales Global Accounts
Verizon Business
Verizon Business is bringing localized 5G to enterprises around the world. This is going to change everything.
connectivity, 5G
Weekly Roundups
The future is now. Apple is asking suppliers to build at least 75 million 5G iPhones for a planned launch later this year
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Spotlight
More than 65 percent of the world’s population will live in cities by 2040. In Mexico, 72 percent of the people already do, according to EY. By 2025…
Alfredo González
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Alfredo González
Latin America North Head for Enterprise and Public Sector
Nokia
Nokia serves communications service providers, governments, large enterprises and consumers, with the industry’s most complete, end-to-end portfolio
Giovanni D’Agostino
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Giovanni D’Agostino
President Mexico and Regional Managing Director Latin America of NKF
Newmark Knight Frank (NKF) serves clients’ needs across all property types. Its experience and well-recognized team of real estate professionals…
MBF 2018
News Article
Mexico Business Forum 2018: From Maquila to Data panel highlights
Patricio Zorrilla
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Patricio Zorrilla
Vice President
UltraTelecom
UltraTelecom is a communications and media company that works in news, radio, television and sports.
Javier Cordero
Roundtable
Javier Cordero
Javier Cordero
President and Director General
Oracle Mexico

A Smart City is one that achieves efficiency between its inhabitants and suppliers. To achieve this efficiency, Smart Cities require IoT, the Cloud and Big Data. IoT is fundamental, since every element of the city must be connected to send information to the Cloud. When it comes to digital transformation, neuronal networks are fundamental. We are focusing on traditional business, but new technologies such as IoT are connecting everything to the internet. Mexico does not have the infrastructure to support this transformation just yet. However, this is changing and we are on the right path. There are several companies heavily investing to reinforce the existence of the 4G network. Telecom companies are now working toward a new generation of 4G where users will be able to reach cable-speed connections without being connected to a cable. This will lead to new business models that we cannot even imagine now.

Technology is being developed at an exponential rate and, given that companies are struggling to adapt to the context
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