GTD, a telecommunications company with more than 40 years of experience and presence in Chile, Peru, Colombia, Ecuador and Spain, will be present at the new version of Expomin to be held between October 25 and 29 at Espacio Riesco. The company emphasized that “our commitment during all this time has been to simplify and improve people’s lives, providing the best service experience through personalized attention”. They also stated that “we have placed special emphasis on the delivery of cutting-edge technological solutions, tailored to the needs of each of our customers and the productive sectors in which they operate, with an offer of products and services aimed at companies and corporations, government institutions, SMEs and residential services such as telephony, broadband and digital television”. One area in which Gtd has paid special attention is its role as a facilitator in the mining industry through support for Mining 4. 0, with OT/IT telecommunications engineering solutions applied to the mining process; industrial networking; cybersecurity solutions focused on DCS and electrical SCADA systems; in addition to SOC services; Sensorization and Automation and the measurement and monitoring of processes as diverse as oil analysis in real time, monitoring of polines, infrastructure health variables, wireless projects for open and subway pits and radio links and VSAT solutions. We have done all this with a strong push for technology in Chile and abroad, which is evidenced by the modular Datacenter for the sites, Gtd Cloud and Gtd’s Tier III Datacenter Network in Latin America (6 in Santiago, 1 in Puerto Montt, 1 in Lima (Peru), 1 in Medellin (Colombia), 1 in Medellin (Colombia), 1 in Medellin (Colombia), 1 in Medellin (Colombia) and 1 in Medellin (Colombia), 1 in Medellin (Colombia), nodes in the United States and Brazil, bringing the various clouds to customers along with fiber optic projects exclusively for the mining project (backbone and inside the mine), solutions for mining camps (entertainment, internet and local network). This large infrastructure of solutions is supported by the Prat Cable, a submarine cable that connects Chile generating multiple redundant rings, which goes down in the main cities of the country, making it easier for customers to have redundant connections for their facilities and efficiently support the removal of the operation.