Guatemala: Intecap Inaugurates Training Center

With an investment of $10 million, the next 18th of March will be the inauguration of the Technology Information Center (TIC).

Thursday, February 19, 2009


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Prensalibre.com publishes in its website: "Ricardo Méndez, coordinator of the Technology Development Programs Department of Intecap, commented that it is more than just an intelligent building, the new installation will be a wonder of technology dedicated to the formation of professionals in that area. According to Méndez, TIC' s Koica-Intecap is for now the only place in Central America where they will be able to transmit up to 10 gigs of information between computers."

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