Uruguay-Brazil Cable to Start Working by 2018, Expects BuddeComm in Its New Report Now Available at MarketPublishers.com

24 May 2016 • by Natalie Aster

LONDON – Uruguay is one of the most politically stable countries located in Latin America. Its government takes measures to make the country more sympathetic to investment and provides support to businesses.

Uruguay can boast one of the highest broadband penetration rates in this region. It also has one of the highest highest fixed-line teledensity rates, with Costa Rica being a leader in this space.

However, Uruguay is the number one in terms of computer penetration in Latin America.

The local fixed-line market is not privatized and liberalized. A monopoly in the provision of local fixed broadband services and telephony belongs to Antel which is owned by the state. Other segments of the telecom marketplace are now opened to the competition. Some other top players in the telecom field comprise Movistar and America Movil.

Broadband access via cable is not available in this country. Data transmission over pay TV networks is prohibited in Uruguay.

Antel has recently invested over USD 29.5 billion in the Uruguay-Brazil cable to link the country with Brazil and have connectivity with Florida. The project is expected to be implemented by 2018.

New research report “Uruguay - Telecoms, Mobile, Broadband and Digital Media - Statistics and Analyses” drawn up by BuddeComm offers an up-close look at the telecom sector of Uruguay. This cutting-edge study starts with an all-inclusive overview of the local telecom market: it contains historical data and an insightful analysis of the marketplace.

The report covers government policies and focuses on the regulatory authority. The research study casts light on fixed network operators and discusses telecom infrastructure. It explores the wholesale sector and delves deep into the fixed-line broadband market.

The research report scrutinizes digital media trends and examines the mobile marketplace. The study also forecasts how the local telecom sector will be developing in the years to come.

More new reports by BuddeComm are available at its page


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