Capacity Conferences

Latam 2015

Now in its
12TH Year
17 - 18 March 2015, Rio de Janeiro

Now in its 12th year Capacity Latam 2015 is set to become once more the largest meeting place for the entire Latin American wholesale telecommunications market. Following on from the success in 2014 we will be returning to Rio de Janeiro on the 17th and 18th March 2015.

Come and join carriers, vendors, subsea cable companies, satellite companies and many more for two days of discussions on the biggest themes in the Latin American market. 

Who you will meet at Capacity Latam 2015:



Our programme will be conducted by industry leaders and experts and will address the hottest topics and challenges including infrastructure development, regulation updates and many more.

Above all, delegates will have the opportunity to make the most of our extensive and dedicated networking time, to establish premium connections and make lasting business relationships with C-Level executives from the Latin American telecommunications market.

We look forward to seeing you in Rio for Capacity Latam 2015



  • MARKET STRATEGY: The war on fraud

    The rising frequency and sophistication of fraudulent activity on networks is putting carriers under pressure to take action. Capacity investigates how much progress the industry has made in the last year.

  • Rangu Salgame, Tata Commmunications: Playing the innovation card

    Rangu Salgame, CEO of Tata Communications' Growth Ventures Group, took charge of the company's Service Provider Group in October. For the first time he shares his views on wholesale with Agnes Stubbs.

  • China issues 4G licences

    The Chinese government has issued 4G licences to China Telecom and China Unicom, the country’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (MIIT) said today.

  • FCC approves strong net neutrality rules

    The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has voted 3-2 in favour of net neutrality rules which will categorise cable and mobile companies as utilities.

  • Qualcomm extends LTE to unlicensed spectrum

    Qualcomm Technologies has today revealed the extension of LTE to unlicensed spectrum (LTE-U), in a bid to help operators meet the ever-increasing demand for mobile data.

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