Movistar deployed more than 65,000 kilometers of fiber optics to serve companies

Movistar said it has deployed more than 65,000 kilometers of fiber optics in the Latin American region to serve companies in Colombia, Venezuela, Chile, Uruguay, Argentina, Peru, Ecuador and Mexico.

This has made it possible to increase the productivity of various economic sectors, since the average maximum speed is 1.3 GB in the region, the telecommunications company said.

The company has more than 2.3 million business clients throughout Latin America, including corporations, companies and SMEs.

Movistar said that for its clients it has developed the second Hispam Digital Forum: access to the digital and sustainable growth of your company, on Thursday, December 2. The event will be held in a hybrid, face-to-face and digital format, to analyze the opportunities that the digital world offers companies.

As part of the agenda, success stories in the implementation and use of technology in companies will also be known, as well as the talk “The other transformation that is not digital”, by Margarita Álvarez, founder and CEO of Working for Happiness.

Added to this is the participation of Sergio Díaz-Granados, executive president of the Andean Development Corporation, who will share the discussion “The challenge of available growth: a shared responsibility for Latin America” ​​together with Alfonso Gómez Palacio, CEO of Telefónica Hispam.

The event is organized by Telefónica Hispam, through its commercial brand Movistar Empresas, and will feature the participation of the company’s operations on the continent, such as Argentina, Colombia, Chile, Ecuador, Mexico, Peru, Uruguay and Venezuela.

With information from Nicolás Lucas.

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