technical conferences in the trade fair environment

Optical fiber continues to be the most common Internet connection technology. In 2022, it was made available by 95% of the providers operating in the country, according to the latest survey by the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee ( Its stability and speed are highly valued by companies and users, making it a preferred choice over other access solutions.

In addition to bringing digital inclusion to all Brazilians, fiber optics is also connecting Brazil to the rest of the world, bringing benefits such as greater access to online banking services, support for 5G, investment opportunities and improvements in the video streaming and gaming experience online.

The fiber optic market is constantly growing and should continue to do so for years to come. To address all the applications involving the technology and how to deploy these networks safely and reliably, the II RTI Optical Fiber Congress will bring together the country's leading experts in optical communications, who will present the latest trends, discuss innovative technologies and analyze the future challenges of high-performance connectivity.
This is your best chance to connect with the professionals who will shape the future of broadband. Book your place now and join us on this journey of knowledge and innovation.

Coordinator: Paulo CuradoDirector of Innovation at CPQD



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

The Internet provider market is one of the most dynamic and competitive in Latin America, with a large number of companies operating in the sector and offering fixed and mobile broadband services to users. According to Anatel - the National Telecommunications Agency, by September 2023, there were 47.9 million fixed Internet subscriptions in Brazil, an increase of 8.4% compared to the same period in 2022. With 25.6 million connections, providers are responsible for 53.5% of the national fixed broadband base.

Despite the consolidation of the sector and the stabilization of broadband access in Brazil, the provider market still has many business opportunities, whether it's the expansion of fibre optic infrastructure or the offer of new digital services for the corporate and residential markets. There are still unexplored fields, such as agribusiness, rural broadband and the IoT - Internet of Things.

O 14th RTI Internet Providers Congress will present the opportunities that can help increase revenue, the new technologies that increase productivity and reduce costs, and the best governance and management techniques that are fundamental to making companies increasingly competitive and valued.

Coordinator: Prof. José Mauricio Pinheiro, Professor at UBM; FAETERJ and SEST SENAT


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

Coordinator: Dr. Paulo Marin
ICT & Telecom Infrastructure Consultant

13:30 - 14:15

Discover the new Brazilian standard for POLAN networks: ABNT NBR 16869-5:2024

Emilio Scalise Filho, CEO of Tellnet Tecnologia de Redes

14h15 - 15h00

IoT and structured cabling: how these technologies coexist

Christiano Finamore, CTO of XRIoT

15:00 - 15:45

Ethernet standards in optical fibers and specifications: how to choose the right fiber

Marcelo Barboza, CEO of Clarity Treinamentos

15h45 - 16h15


16h15 - 17h00

Integrating technology into historic heritage: challenges in installing cabling in historic buildings

Erika Lasmar, CEO of Esteves Lasmar Engenharia e Consultoria

17h00 - 17h45

Integrating building automation and smart buildings into the cabling infrastructure: challenges and trends

Pablo Rodrigues, Director of Jugend 

17h45 - 18h30

Category 6A: what is it for and where does it go?

Dr. Paulo Marin, ICT & Telecom Infrastructure Consultant

The Brazilian data center market is one of the most important and dynamic in Latin America, generating more than US$ 2 billion in 2023 and projected to grow by more than 7% a year by 2028, according to Mordor Intelligence. Brazil stands out due to its strategic geographical position, its booming digital economy, the adoption of technologies such as 5G and artificial intelligence and the legislation protecting personal data.

This growth scenario brings challenges and opportunities for data center companies, such as energy efficiency and edge computing, a trend that consists of bringing data processing and storage closer to end users, reducing latency and increasing performance, driven by 5G services, IoT - Internet of Things and the digital economy. Also noteworthy is the expansion of investments in hyperscale data centers in Brazil, attracted by the strong demand for cloud services, big data and AI - artificial intelligence.

O 15th RTI Data Center Congress will discuss market trends with renowned experts and present the best design and engineering practices to prepare the infrastructure of the facilities that will support the growing demand for data processing and storage.

Coordinator: Luis Tossi, vice-president of ABDC - Brazilian Association of Data Centers


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

Coordinator Marcius Vitale - CEO of Vitale Consultoria
and President of ADINATEL - Association of Inatel Graduates

13h30 - 13h40

Workshop opening

Marcius Vitale - CEO of Vitale Consultoria and President of ADINATEL - Association of Inatel Graduates

13h40 - 14h10

Panel - New NBR 15.214 - Electricity distribution network - Sharing infrastructure with telecommunications networks

Marcius Vitale - CEO of Vitale Consultoria and President of ADINATEL - Association of Inatel Graduates

Rodrigo Urçulino - Revenue Protection Analyst at Cemig's Accessory Revenue Management
Daniel Vagner - Consultant at Telefónica (Vivo)

14h10 - 15h45

Panel - Advances and opportunities in pole sharing in Brazil

Helcio Binelli - Managing Partner at PGB Security

Sandoval Feitosa - Director General of ANEEL
Luiz Henrique Barbosa - President of Telcomp
Katia Pedroso - Partner and Director of TELCONSULTORIA
Sidney Simonaggio - Partner - Owner of SIMONAGGIO Soluções Empresariais

15h45 - 16h15


16h15 - 17h20

Panel - Exploring the new occupational safety regulations

Rogério Moreira Lima - Coordinator of the Specialized Chamber of Electrical Engineering of CREA-MA

Rodrigo Vaz - MTB Labor Inspector
Gianfranco Pampalon - Former Labor Inspector and Member of the NR35 CNTT
Aguinaldo Bizzo - Occupational Health and Safety Consultant and Member of the NR10 WGT

17h20 - 18h20

Panel - AI in telecommunications infrastructure - Future of shared poles in Brazil

Marcius Vitale - CEO of Vitale Consultoria and President of ADINATEL - Association of Inatel Graduates

Antonio Marcos Alberti - Professor at Inatel
Flávia Letícia - Senior Consultant at Labre Tavares and Member of the INFRAWOMEN WG
Daniel Moura - CEO and Founder of PIX Force.AI

18h20 - 18h30

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