On Demand – 2020 Debates

Opening
In this session, we will present the latest data on the state of connectivity in Brazil and present how Facebook is collaborating to reduce the digital gap, with research, new business models and infrastructure investments that generate socioeconomic benefits.

SESSION 1 – INNOVATION
FOR CONNECTIVITY
Connecting people is more than the simple act of connecting. An entire ecosystem of networks, applications and data intelligence has to work together. In this panel, policymakers, regulators and industry discuss the environment for innovation and entrepreneurship in connectivity in Brazil

SESSION 2 – NEW
WIRELESS BORDERS
As wireless connectivity becomes hegemonic, spectrum becomes an essential inthe Digital Age. Competition and innovation are the foundations, dynamic use and sharing are new objectives, and issues such as technological complementarity and balance between licensed and unlicensed use deserve to be discussed, especially in the face of technologies such as 5G and WiFi 6, in addition to the important role that satellite plays in Brazil, especially for the coverage of rural and remote areas.

SESSION 3 – CONNECTED FIELD, SMART CITIES, DIGITAL COUNTRY
Connecting remote and rural areas, and even large urban centers, is always a challenge, especially for vast countries with great inequalities such as Brazil. However, new solutions and ideas are uniting people, no matter how far they live and how challenging their environment is. This session will discuss the role of WiFi, satellite and fiber to digitally transform cities and rural areas, and the challenges to be faced.

SESSION 4 – OPEN MINDS FOR OPEN NETWORKS
Connectivity is essential for everything from personal communication, information and entertainment to the digital transformation of different sectors of the economy. Closed models and technologies need to be rethought. Synergies are increasing between technology companies, service providers and equipment manufacturers to define standards and models of open and neutral networks, structured with solutions from various suppliers. What to expect from the new connectivity actors?

On Demand – 2020 Debates

Opening
In this session, we will present the latest data on the state of connectivity in Brazil and present how Facebook is collaborating to reduce the digital gap, with research, new business models and infrastructure investments that generate socioeconomic benefits.

SESSION 1 – INNOVATION
FOR CONNECTIVITY
Connecting people is more than the simple act of connecting. An entire ecosystem of networks, applications and data intelligence has to work together. In this panel, policymakers, regulators and industry discuss the environment for innovation and entrepreneurship in connectivity in Brazil

SESSION 2 – NEW
WIRELESS BORDERS
As wireless connectivity becomes hegemonic, spectrum becomes an essential inthe Digital Age. Competition and innovation are the foundations, dynamic use and sharing are new objectives, and issues such as technological complementarity and balance between licensed and unlicensed use deserve to be discussed, especially in the face of technologies such as 5G and WiFi 6, in addition to the important role that satellite plays in Brazil, especially for the coverage of rural and remote areas.

SESSION 3 – CONNECTED FIELD, SMART CITIES, DIGITAL COUNTRY
Connecting remote and rural areas, and even large urban centers, is always a challenge, especially for vast countries with great inequalities such as Brazil. However, new solutions and ideas are uniting people, no matter how far they live and how challenging their environment is. This session will discuss the role of WiFi, satellite and fiber to digitally transform cities and rural areas, and the challenges to be faced.

SESSION 4 – OPEN MINDS FOR OPEN NETWORKS
Connectivity is essential for everything from personal communication, information and entertainment to the digital transformation of different sectors of the economy. Closed models and technologies need to be rethought. Synergies are increasing between technology companies, service providers and equipment manufacturers to define standards and models of open and neutral networks, structured with solutions from various suppliers. What to expect from the new connectivity actors?