The IPv6 support in equipment was regulated in Brazil in 2014, in order to adequate the country’s internet infrastructure to the latest developments of the worldwide IP network
Mobile and Telecom
Brazil holds one of the most burdening taxation policies for telecommunications in the world, a factor that hampers the expansion of these services in the country.
The opportunities with the Internet of Things are well known and most of the applications are ubiquitous around the world
Recent developments in the national regulation and partnerships between telecommunications companies and financial institutions are pointing to the large potential for the sector of mobile payments in Brazil
In this article we are going to look at the practical implications for e-commerce related to the end-of-life for unregistered boletos
In this article we will provide an anecdotal observation of smartphone usage in Brazil
Weekly update on the largest Technology and Digital Media market in Latin America.
Once an important producer of agricultural goods, the city of Santa Rita do Sapucaí is currently one of the main hubs for the electronic industry in Brazil
The cellular system has grown exponentially since this technology was introduced in Brazil 25 years ago
Cloud and Hosting
Cloud computing had a relatively recent adoption in Brazil, but it has grown exponentially over the past few years with extensive investment and the introduction of new players
Due to recent legislation, Brazilian audiovisual productions are expected to grow within the next few years across several platforms whilst production studios are already creating successful content
In order to provide roaming to clients that travel outside Brazil, mobile operators partner with foreign service providers to offer services such as voice calls and data
Over the past few years the Brazilian technology industry has tried to deploy a semiconductor factory to operate on a commercial scale, but until the present day just a few have succeeded