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It was a long and very complex journey, but Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) through the connectivity of the BELLA Programme (Building the Europe Link to Latin America) shortened the distance to cross the Atlantic Ocean, allowing the exchange of information and distance “rehearsals”, in real time and virtual environment, between Rio de Janeiro and London. Result: craniopagus twins Eduardo and Arthur Lima, nearly four years old, were separated after nine surgeries.

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A university student who wants to watch a video lecture, a researcher who needs to finish a paper or a professor who is correcting tests at the end of the semester can now connect to the wireless internet network, secure and dedicated to the academic community, eduroam, also at stations by metro, train and bus from the city of São Paulo, in Brazil. The network, operated in the country by its national research and education network, RNP, was activated in 65 new locations in the most populous city in Latin America.

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Cape Verde is an archipelago of ten islands on the west coast of Africa with around 500,000 inhabitants. The country is on the route of the ELLALink submarine cable, the first to directly connect South America to Europe via the Atlantic Ocean. However, it was not possible for it to have access to this connectivity because it did not have its own academic network. This meant that Cape Verde did not qualify to make use of fiber pairs from the BELLA Project (Building the Europe Link to Latin America), for collaboration between the two regions.

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