( Cyprus Telecom)
Booth No: A33-A34
Cyprus Telecommunications Authority, otherwise known as CYTA,
is a public utility organisation established by Law to provide
national and international telecommunications in the Republic
of Cyprus. CYTA, currently employing approximately 2500 people,
provides a variety of advanced telecommunications products and
services, covering fixed and mobile voice and data communications,
value added services, such as various internet-based multimedia
services, video-on-demand, and a lot more.
the International Commercial Services Division of CYTA, is the
co-owner of an extensive fibre optic cable network spanning
the Atlantic Ocean, Indian Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, North Sea
and Black Sea that delivers unrivalled performance and the flexibility
of synchronous digital transmission. In co-operation with neighbouring
countries, CytaGlobal has developed an extensive submarine fibre
optic cable network employing state-of-the-art technology and
full restoration to connect Cyprus with other countries and
international networks beyond. The following cable systems currently
in service land in Cyprus: Aphrodite-2, CIOS, CADMOS, UGARIT,
SEA-ME-WE 2, SEA-ME-WE 3 and LEV extending to MED NAUTILUS.
In addition, CytaGlobal co-owns and leases capacity in many
other major regional and global cable systems such as AC-1,
ARIANE-2, BARMAR, BSFOCS, COLUMBUS III, ODIN, RIOJA, SAT3, TAT
12-13 and TAT-14.
as an initial party of INTELSAT, EUTELSAT, INMARSAT and NEW
SKIES and as shareholder of EUTELSAT, with access to many major
satellite systems, CytaGlobal makes available an equally impressive
satellite telecommunications network boasting enhanced, high
quality international connectivity.
its international network, CytaGlobal has developed competitively
priced, innovative, international products and services and
achieved to become an important telecommunications hub in the
Eastern Mediterranean and the telecommunications bridge between
east and west.
What to see:
ARABCOM 2005, CytaGlobal will be promoting its international
products and services and its extensive submarine fibre optic
cable and satellite networks, that make CYTA and Cyprus an important
telecommunications hub in the Eastern Meditarranean and an excellent
electronic communications center.