technical conferences in the trade fair environment

Optical fiber is advancing not only in the fixed broadband market, but also in the construction of backbones and backhaul for 5G, in industries and in internal networks, with the spread of technologies such as POL - PON over LAN and FTTR - fiber to the room. To deal with all the technologies involving applications ranging from submarine networks to "invisible" fiber, insensitive to curvatures in the living room of a home, Aranda Eventos will promote the 1st RTI Optical Fiber Congress as part of Netcom 2024. This is an unprecedented initiative in the Brazilian market and aims to become the main technical reference in optical communications in the country.



Microducts and microcables


Rollable ribbon optical cables

ITU G. 657 B3 fibers

Pluggable optical transceivers


Towards 800G and Terabit/s

Neutral networks

FTTR - Fiber to the Room

Internet providers are traditionally known for bringing digital inclusion to the most remote parts of the country. But their historic role of providing connectivity to rural areas, communities and remote municipalities also extends to the big cities. The outskirts of São Paulo are showing enormous potential for providers, attracted by the huge population concentration. In addition to offering differentials such as proximity and quality of service, which have always marked the management of the regional provider, entrepreneurs are taking fiber optics to neighborhoods in the eastern zone, the far south and neighboring cities such as Suzano and Osasco, which are not served by the major operators. The scenario is attractive to product and service providers. According to Teleco, two thirds (64%) of fixed broadband connections in Brazil are based on optical fiber. This proportion corresponds to almost 28 million contracts, of which 62.8% (17.7 million) are provided by the competition (figures from August 2022).


Network routing

Turnkey solutions

WiFi6 and WiFi6E

Cellular networks, MVNO and 5G

Security and data protection

Streaming, OTT

VAS - Value added service


Valuation, M&A

Commercial management

Offices, smart buildings, campuses, industries and data centers require high-performance network environments to guarantee high data transfer rates (40, 100 Gbit/s and beyond) with low latencies. With the exponential growth of connected devices, wireless technologies and IoT - Internet of Things, structured cabling systems and the infrastructure of pathways and spaces in buildings also need to evolve to support the various technological advances towards digital transformation in companies.


Updating Brazilian standards for structured cabling

Sharing infrastructure with telecommunications networks

Physical layer management systems (AIM)

Developments in optical fibers

Passive optical networks (PON, GPON, EPON, PO-LAN)

PoE - Power over Ethernet: cables and applications

SPE - Single Pair Ethernet Industrial Ethernet

After five years of being held in Fortaleza, CE, and Ribeirão Preto, the RTI Data Center Congress is returning to São Paulo, the city where the event was born in 2008 and has made a name for itself. According to the Arizton consultancy, Brazil is the largest data center market in Latin America, with around 50% of the sector in the region. The state of São Paulo is the main location in the country for the development of colocation data center facilities, hyperscale facilities. The big international cloud players are in the region, as well as Internet, telecommunications and OTT - over the top - companies, demanding high processing capacity and physical infrastructure prepared to guarantee secure and uninterrupted operation.



Structured cabling for data centers

Updating Brazilian standards

Energy efficiency

Design, installation and commissioning


Fire detection and fighting

Physical security and data center infrastructure management (DCIM)

Edge data centers - Modular systems and containers Batteries and energy systems

The current situation is worrying. It is necessary to plan the use of scarce urban spaces correctly, as well as to demand good projects, using certified products and trained labor. This second edition of the Pole Sharing Workshop will address the disorganization of telecommunications networks in Brazil, presenting proposals for minimizing chaos in cities. With the implementation of smart cities, IoT (Internet of Things) and 5G, the issue has become even more urgent.


Mitigating Risks and Compliance in the Design, Implementation and Maintenance of Telecommunications Infrastructure on Poles.

Planning Aerial Infrastructure on Poles from the Perspective of Associations in the Telecommunications and Energy Sectors with Proposals for Improving the Scenario.

Implementation and Redevelopment of Aerial Infrastructure on Poles.

Monitoring of Aerial Networks on Poles using Artificial Intelligence - AI.

Work Safety - Regulatory Standards - 10, 33 and 35 with a focus on the New NR 01.

Field Test for the Ordering of Aerial Cable Networks on Poles.

Network Infrastructure for Smart and Sustainable Cities.

Infrastructure for 5G Deployment.

Neutral networks for improving sharing problems.

Initiatives for peaceful coexistence between the various actors involved.

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