Industry News

Call for Articles – 2nd Quarter Cancion

Dear Industry Expert, I am pleased to invite you to contribute article(s) for publication in our 2nd quarter Cancion magazine – 2018. The Cancion magazine, a quarterly technical journal enjoys an excellent audience in the ICT/Telecoms and Energy sectors with the following objectives: To inform CANTO’s membership of telecommunications, technological...

CANTO Weekly Newsletter – BNamericas

Thursday, April 12, 2018 Brief: Puerto Rico suffers major power outage – Puerto Rico Puerto Rico to receive US$18.4bn in disaster relief – Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands ICT: The week in 10 stories – Regional Summit of the Americas overshadowed by Lava Jato – Regional LatAm pay-TV prices creeping up...

CANTO Weekly Newsletter _ BNamericas

  Thursday, April 5, 2018   Cuban programmers allowed to participate in Google’s Code Jam – Cuba Venezuela at bottom of LatAm net freedom ranking – Regional Brief: Kiwisat to offer DTH in the Caribbean – Caribbean US firm Viavi doubles down on LatAm telcos – Regional Pure Storage: weak...

CANTO Chairman Julian Wilkins Shares his Thoughts on Net Neutrality, the Dangers of Over-Regulation

Re-posted from the St. Lucia Times  – April 1st, 2018 Catherine Morris  As the Caribbean ICT space evolves and expands, CANTO Chairman Julian Wilkins shares his thoughts on net neutrality, the dangers of over-regulation and his role as an advocate for the industry. When Julian Wilkins, Chairman of the Caribbean...

CANTO Weekly Newsletter – BNamericas

  Thursday, March 29, 2018 Cloud Carib expanding into Ecuador – Regional Jamaica to revoke Caricel license – Jamaica Cuba, Russia sign digital TV cooperation agreement – Cuba LatAm pay TV market shrank in 2017 – Regional Latin America a bright spot for F5 Networks – Regional   Cloud Carib...

CANTO Weekly Newsletter – BNamericas

Thursday, March 22, 2018 Etecsa to ramp up telecom services – Cuba, Mexico Panama frees up spectrum in AWS band – Panama Salesforce unconcerned about LatAm elections – Regional El Salvador opens public consultation on mobile spectrum offer – El Salvador Brief: Costa Rica’s ICE expands 4.5G network – Costa...

DSS Releases Graphing Tool For ICIJ Databases

New York City, 19th March 2018 – Domus Semo Sancus (DSS) today announced the release of its “Visualize Connections for ICIJ Databases” link analysis graphing tool. The International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) is a global network of investigative journalists and media organizations who focus “…on issues that do not stop at...