Evandro Varonil


Director at Tuddo Internet. Former Director at Fasternet, Friis Telecom, and Americana Digital. Founder, former Director and current Board Member of ABRINT (Brazilian Association of Internet and Telecommunications Providers); Vice-President of LACNIC (Internet Addresses Registry for Latin America and the Caribbean); Vice-President of SEINESP (Union of Internet Companies of the State of São Paulo); member of the Advisory Board of LAC-ISP (Federation of Latin American and Caribbean Internet Provider Associations and Chambers); member of the Committee of Small-Scale Telecommunications Service Providers (CPPP) at ANATEL (National Telecommunications Agency) by ABRINT, and former director/advisor of several other associations and organizations. Former university professor at Faculdade de Tecnologia de Americana (FATEC), Faculdade de Americana (FAM), and Universidade Paulista (UNIP).

He holds a degree in Data Processing Technology from Faculdade de Tecnologia de Americana (FATEC). He is a Microsoft Certified Professional (MCP), a Ubiquiti Certified Trainer (UCT), and specializes in Cisco, Huawei, Juniper, and MikroTik.

He has been involved with the Internet since 1995, when the Internet first became commercially available in Brazil, and currently offers presentations across Latin America. He is responsible for the administrative and technical aspects of the implementation of Autonomous Systems (AS) at Internet Service Providers (ISP) using the IPv4 and IPv6 protocols. He has participated in LACNIC's Public Policy Forum (FPP), where he defended and achieved consensus on important policies for the community.