BTC announces that Javier Rodríguez García has joined as Chairman of its Board of Advisors
Sao Paulo, Brazil, June 25, 2013游戏茶苑 -- Brazil Tower Company, LP (BTC) today announced that Javier Rodríguez García has joined the company as Chairman of its Board of Advisors. BTC deploys and operates wireless network infrastructure throughout Brazil with the country’s leading carriers as its partners and customers. Mr. Rodríguez worked with Telefónica Brasil (Vivo) for more than 14 years and most recently was Executive Director of Networks until May of 2013. “I am pleased to join BTC as it gives me a platform to continue to help with the growth of mobile communications in Brazil,” said Mr. Rodríguez. “BTC is focused on accelerating growth in a sustainable way and bringing improved quality to consumers throughout Brazil. Working with our customers, I will be able to leverage my years of experience and knowledge to help create the highest quality network possible for Brazil.”
Mr. Alex Sepehri-Nik, President of BTC commented, “As the former CTO and Executive Director of Networks at Vivo, Javier had the opportunity to command the planning and deployment of what many consider the best network in Brazil. At BTC, our goal is simple - to provide the best planned and best maintained network infrastructure to our customers. Everyone benefits from a better network and the addition of Javier to the BTC team clearly strengthens us to better support our customer needs and long term goals.”
游戏茶苑 Brazil Tower Company
Brazil Tower Company develops and operates wireless communications towers in Brazil. The company leases space on its towers to telecommunications providers and other wireless technology operators and allows multiple operators to co-locate on a single tower, eliminating the need for multiple sites to be deployed in a single area. Through our network planning and rapid deployment of new sites, the company helps to speed the network deployment of all of Brazil’s carriers and reduces the capital needed by the carriers to expand their networks.