Mr. Otero has about three decades of market experience and has collaborated on more than 100 research projects and has authored numerous studies on the regional telecommunications industry. His experience includes the reorganization of a Mexican operator's wholesale division, the development of an entry strategy for a new mobile operator in Central America, development of a business model that justified the launch of more than 15 mobile networks in the Caribbean and audited the purchase and sale of telecommunications assets in various markets in the region.
With more than one hundred analyzes published, Mr. Otero has been consulted on public policy and wireless technologies by the White House, the World Bank, Inter-American Investment Corporation and government institutions from more than 30 countries, including Argentina, Bahamas, Brazil, Canada, Colombia, United States, Jamaica, Mexico and Uruguay, among others.
Mr. Otero has studied at various academic institutions including Boston University (USA), University of Leicester (England), University of Edinburgh (Scotland), Georgetown University (USA) and Cambridge University (England).
Currently, Mr. Otero is Adjunct Instructor at New York University (NYU) and 5G Americas' vice-president for Latin America and the Caribbean, where he works to promote the use of information and communication technologies as a catalyst for economic and social development in the region.