Tender for Voice and Data Cable Networks

The Banco Popular and the Banco de Desarrollo Comunal in Costa Rica have created a tender for the construction of electricity networks and structured cabling for voice and data.

Thursday, May 24, 2012

The contract includes hiring companies that offer design services, labor, materials and equipment for the construction of electricity networks and structured cabling for voice and data in all offices of Banco Popular (consumer demand).

The date for opening bids is scheduled for 14:00 on June 20, 2012.

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From 2009 to date, the local market has grown by 37% to around $700 and $800 million per year, distributed between Claro, Movistar and Yota.

Currently there are 287,618 landlines, 4.8 million cell phone lines and 143,000 Internet connections in the country.

In 2009, Robert Sanson, CEO of Claro Nicaragua said the market turned over about $500 million annually.

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Tender for Wireless Telecommunications Network

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The Superintendency of Electricity and Telecommunications in El Salvador is putting out to tender the supply and installation of a wireless telecommunications network to interconnect schools.

The Superintendency of Electricity and Telecommunications (SIGET), has created a tender for the design, supply, installation and implementation of a Wireless Telecommunications Network for the interconnection of public schools in the Northern, Central and Western parts of the country and the Ministry of Education’s Data Center (MINED).

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