Horizons Telecom CEO Haroldo Jacobovicz Says All Brazilians Will Be Connected To The Fiber Optic Network Soon

This is not the first time Haroldo Jacobovicz has given Brazilians a promise. A few years ago, when the IT guru was operating with one company, Horizons Telecom, he told people that by 2020, he would have achieved his dream. Back then, Haroldo Jacobovicz’s objective was to ensure all government offices, parastatals and other high-end businesses had access to fiber optic network. This is something he achieved several months before the outbreak of Covid-19. When he gives another promise, there is every reason to believe that he will actualize his dream.

To help him achieve his dream, the Horizons Telecom founder has come up with an elaborate strategy that for sure will help him hit goals. The strategy seems to work in his favor and those close to the civil engineer know that it is possible. The first thing Haroldo Jacobovicz has done in his quest to actualize his goal is to establish a chain of companies, which he’ll use. In addition, he has properly outlined, which company does what. The companies in question here are E-Governe and Horizons Datacenter, which coincidentally, Haroldo Jacobovicz started in just under ten years and more

According to the civil engineer, although he is always strict to achieve what he has promised, his path has always been marred by uncertainties. Haroldo agrees that challenges in his life are a clear indicator that he is human and prone to miscalculations. When he was a young boy while still living with his siblings and parents, Haroldo Jacobovicz used to see how his parents, who were civil engineers, bring their brains together to create meaningful structures. Following his parents’ footsteps, he is now changing the lives of many Brazilians with his fiber network connectivity. His aim is to bring as many people as possible to the fiber internet connectivity even if they live in distant places from major towns.

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