Infopulse at Telco Transformation LATAM: Discussing the Latest Telecom Industry Trends in Brazil
On August 29-30, Infopulse took part in the Telco Transformation LATAM event in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The event was hosted by Conecta Latam – a leading event management company in Latin America that brings together telcos, IT companies, and ISVs to discuss the latest trends, challenges, and opportunities across the telecom industry.
This year, the event was focused on the digital transformation of telecom and its major driving forces, such as 5G, Big Data, AI/ML, Cloud, IoT, OptenRAN, and network automation, as well as the most pressing fraud and cybersecurity threats. Telecom Transformation LATAM became the cornerstone of telecom innovation and excellence, and it featured 100+ speakers and 400+ executives from both SMEs and large enterprises, including top-tier telcos (Claro, Telefônica), and tech giants (Microsoft, Accenture, Red Hat).
We assembled a team of the most seasoned experts from Infopulse Brazil to take part in the event, and discuss how the dynamic landscape of technological advancements can truly elevate telecom ventures:
- Carlos Albano, Executive Vice President, International Market, Infopulse Brazil
- Andre Marino, Sales Executive, Infopulse Brazil
- Michel Marinho, Senior Telco Engineer, Infopulse Brazil
- Ana Paula Freire, HR Manager, Infopulse Brazil
- Vladimir Borgiani, Senior Telco Engineer, Infopulse Brazil
During the event, Andre Marino shared an inspiring success story about how Infopulse helped BICS enable swift and seamless cloud communications for its customers across the globe with a cutting-edge Cloud Connect Portal.
Based on Network-as-a-Service (NaaS) and Software-defined networking (SDN) approaches, the solution became the new powerhouse for the leased connectivity services of BICS, helping our long-term client reach new heights in operational efficiency and customer experience. After deploying the Cloud Connect Portal, BICS managed to significantly optimize time, costs, and resources, and reduce the quote-to-bill time, which previously required 3+ days of consolidated work, to just 1 minute.