The Zocalo of Mexico City will host, from 15 July to 5 August, for the fourth time the event world’s largest digital inclusion, Digital Telcel-4GLTE Infinitum Village announced the Lic. Hector Slim, Director General of TELMEX and Dr. Miguel Angel Mancera, Head of Government of Mexico City.
Digital Village will offer connectivity experience of 100 Gigabits per second and 4GLTE network to facilitate access to educational content, technology, entrepreneurship, environment, health and culture, free visitors have free of charge access to 5000 computers and tablets lend Lease; all thanks to the participation of 2,500 employees of TELMEX and its network of volunteers.
Digital Village will feature more than 80 speakers, among which are: Steve Wozniak, cofounder of Apple; Neil Harbisson, the first ciberhumano; Jose Hernandez, former NASA astronaut; as well as personalities from Facebook, Intel, Qualcomm, MIT, Oracle, TELMEX and UNAM, among others. In addition, 30 workshops in entrepreneurship, technology, education, health, culture, human development and employment be given.
Digital Village will offer totally free and easily accessible content to enjoy and access from anywhere in the world, broadcasting live lectures on page www.aldeadigitalmx.com and access to online training courses for more than 72 trades and various dynamics social networks through @AldeaDigital.
In addition, the importance of entrepreneurship for the future and economic growth in Mexico, Digital Village will feature apavilion Entrepreneurship , a unique experience for those seeking to start a Using digital tools business, with the participation of the National Institute Entrepreneur.
Digital Village is part of the Program of Education and Digital Culture Telmex , Carlos Slim Foundation and has become a benchmark globally in education and digital inclusion by the large number of activities and the quality of its speakers; efforts like this , which in addition to initiatives such as the platform Aprende.org – contribute to promoting culture and digital literacy among people of all ages and socioeconomic levels to promote the transition to a knowledge society.