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Ascenty talks about the impact of 5G on the Data Center market at the 12th TelComp Seminar 2019

11/11/2019
Ascenty talks about the impact of 5G on the Data Center market at the 12th TelComp Seminar 2019

Ascenty, the data center leader in the Latin American market, will attend the 12th TelComp Seminar 2019 next Tuesday, Nov. 12, in São Paulo, to present the main possibilities and challenges brought by the deployment of the fifth generation of mobile internet connectivity in Brazil. Marcos Siqueira, VP of Operations of Ascenty, will give a keynote on the topic and talk about how the data center market should change to meet the new demands for connectivity and storage.
“With new technologies such as 5G, we need to bring data closer to end users. This will be both a challenging movement and a great opportunity for Ascenty to continue expanding its operations,” said Marcos. “The demand for low latency is expected to grow at all interconnection points to support the use of technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, internet of things and remote operations, which will have a large portion of their information loads stored in data centers. One of the challenges for the sector will be to adapt the infrastructure to absorb more data being generated and an increasing demand for storage and availability,” he added.
With the theme of “Competing and creating value in times of 5G,” the TelComp Seminar 2019 is designed to provoke reflections on investment decisions, mergers and acquisitions and capitalizations in the disrupting environment that 5G technology is already creating. The event gathers C-Level executives from Brazilian and Latin American carriers, bankers, investment fund managers, technology experts and industry authorities to participate in panels, present different perspectives on issues and offer insights to digital economy workers.