Caribbean Roundtable

Caribbean Roundtable

Start: Thursday 29 September 2022 09:30

End: Thursday 29 September 2022 11:00

Venue: Las Vegas Convention Center, West Hall Room 312

The Caribbean Roundtable will be held on September 29, from 9:30 am to 11 am (PDT) at MWC Las Vegas. This is our third event, and it’s your chance to meet, solve problems together, and keep making strides towards achieving digital transformation in the Caribbean.

We are planning to cover the following subjects during the discussion.

  • Spectrum Management
  • Digital Transformation
  • Ecosystem Readiness

Attendance at the Caribbean Summit is by invitation only and will be a physical meeting. A remote option will be provided for attendees that can’t travel to Las Vegas.

The Caribbean Roundtable will be moderated by GSMA North America and 5G Americas.


Carlos Bosch

Head of Technology, North America, GSMA

Carlos oversees the adoption and implementation GSMA’s technical strategic programmes ensuring that a consistent, interoperable and standardised set of specifications are deployed by mobile operators. During his career, he has been responsible for product development, testing, operations and strategy with mobile operators and solutions providers.

He studied Engineering and Applied Mathematics at West Virginia State University.

Jose Otero

Vice President , 5G Americas

Mr. Jose Otero has close to three decades of experience working in Latin America and the Caribbean on ICT education and social development, convergence, and digital transformation projects.

His experience includes research on public policy issues for institutions such as The White House, the Caribbean Telecommunications Union, the Senate of the Republic of Chile, the World Bank, and the Inter-American Investment Corporation.

Mr. Otero is a member of the UNDP’s Global Knowledge Index Advisory Board. He is a columnist for El Economista (Mexico) and Canaltech (Brazil). Mr. Otero works as an adjunct instructor at New York University and Vice President for Latin America and the Caribbean for 5G Americas. He holds an MSt in Social Innovation from the University of Cambridge.