The Evolution of Wireless Telecommunication Whether or not you realize it, you rely on fiber optic networks every day. Even if you don’t use fiber optic internet at home, you probably use it in the palm of your hand. Thanks to smartphones, we can access the web...
Let’s talk about the difference in internet speeds between GPRS, EDGE, 2G, 3G, 4G and 5G. The fifth-generation technology standard, 5G, is the next major step for cellular networks and fiber optic operators. It’s the planned successor to 4G networks, which...
UFINET is awarded as Company of the Year in Fiber Optic Wholesale Network Services of LATIN AMERICA by Frost & Sullivan “Latin America continues to exhibit strong demand for connectivity, even more so in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. UFINET, with its...
We are honored to have been awarded by CCGA in the following categories: Most Inspirational and Influential Wholesale Executive 2020 Best Connecting the Unconnected Operator 2020 Latam Regional Operator of the Year 2020 Best Innovative Acquisition of the Year 2020...
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