UFINET wins at the Global Carrier Community Awards – 2021 On behalf of everyone that works at UFINET, we want to thank all the Carrier Community judges for the honor of receiving these two awards: Latam Regional Operator of the Year 2021 Best Latam Partnership Project...
ITW came back in a presential format (and we all know nothing beats face-to-face meetings) and in a new venue in National Harbor. This year, the experience was very inspiring. The fact of having the possibility to attend in person, as well as having the option of...
In a nutshell, layer 3 switches are valuable tools in enterprise networks because they increase network efficiency, especially where multiple subnets and VLANs are concerned. But, what exactly is a layer 3 switch/layer 3 connectivity, and why would it be important to...
Over the past five years, there has been notable growth in the Fiber-Optic Cable Manufacturing industry. This sector has grown by as much as 11.8%. Consumers around the world are now using video and cloud services on a lot of devices. This is pushing fixed and mobile...
5G is among some of the latest technologies in the world right now. According to the Cisco Annual Internet Report, 5G devices and connections will comprise over a tenth of all mobile devices and connections by the year 2023. Latin America is no exception to this...
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