Faroese TelecomFaroe Islands
NetNet – Faroe Islands
Manx TelecomIsle of Man
Ålcom (Ålands Telekommunikation Ab) was founded in 1989 and is the Åland Islands telecommunications company providing mobile, internet and TV services. Ålcom’s main market is the Åland Islands and Finland, but the Company also has a presence in the rest of Scandinavia. Ålcom is fully owned by Ålands Telefonandelslag and Mariehamns Telefon.
Andorra Telecom is the public operator that provides all the telecommunications services in the Principality of Andorra – Fixed, mobile, Internet, IPTV, Data Centers, Cloud Services, Data transmission and Contact Centers, with points of presence in Barcelona, Madrid, Paris and Toulouse. The company provides services to 78K citizens, 4.5K businesses and around 4.6 million foreign SIMs use its mobile network every year. Also provides services to other operators, as NOC services, RPA services, Security and Voice Call Antifraud services and others.
Cabo Verde Telecom separated from Post & Telecommunication Enterprise in 1995. The company is a corporate group formed by three business units: CVTelecom for fixed telephone; CVMóvel a mobile business unit; and CVMultimedia for fixed internet (ADSL) and cable TV. CVMultimedia also provides VOIP services and offer triple pay.
CYTA (Cyprus Telecommunications Authority) is a leading provider of integrated electronic communications in Cyprus. Over the course of more than half a century, CYTA has succeeded in making Cyprus a regional telecommunications hub and thanks to its firm commitment to quality, has earned the trust and confidence of its customers. CYTA is the pioneer in quadruple play in Cyprus, offering a broad range of innovative services and ICT solutions.
Since February 2004, Cyta has been Vodafone’s exclusive partner in Cyprus and, consequently, a member of the largest mobile communications network in the world.
Faroese Telecom is the incumbent operator on the Faroe Islands and provides products and services within mobile, broadband, fixed line, subsea cables, and TV. The market share ranges form 70-80%, depending on the business area.
In addition to traditional telco products and services, the main consideration for Faroese Telecom is to be a driving force in the Faroese movement and growth. In 2016, 2017 and 2018 this was demonstrated by building 4G and 4,5G technology covering the whole country. In 2019 Faroese Telecom had first-call on 5G in the Faroe Islands. And next step is building and securing 5G, giving the Faroe Islands access the newest generation of mobile net technology. At the same time a FTH (Fiber To Home) project is being rolled out aiming to secure giga speed to every household in the Faroe Islands within the next five years.
The subsidiary Shefa owns and operates two international subsea connections firstly providing broadband services to the Faroe Islands. Furthermore, these connections provide high-speed broadband to Shetland, Orkney as well as oil rigs west of Shetland and in the North Sea. I 2019 Faroese Telecom extended the communication services to the oil industry by providing mobile LTE connection to oil platforms.
NET is the infrastructure company in the Faroe Islands comprising fibre and copper networks, buildings, mast, radio- and transmission services.
NET operates, maintains and develops the telecommunications infrastructure in the Faroe Islands, with the aim of providing a basis for delivering world-class wholesale services.
NET offers high quality services based on experience and expertise and ensures that all operators in the Faroe Islands have equal access to the telecommunications infrastructure.
Net – Faroe Islands
Gibtelecom is the leading mobile, broadband and fixed communications services provider in Gibraltar. Gibtelecom provides a range of voice data and mobility services to the local Gibraltar market, as well as enterprise solutions to a number of the world’s top egaming businesses, financial services, shipping and tourist industries on the Rock. Gibtelecom networks stretch half-way around the world and connect largely through its ownership in the Europe India Gateway (EIG) submarine cable system, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and Europe with network extensions into the Far East. The company has several points of presence, including London, Madrid and Marseille. The group’s data centre brand, Rockolo, operates a number of best-in-breed facilities in Gibraltar, as well as offering a range of secure cloud solutions and connectivity. The European Foundation for Quality Management has certified Gibtelecom as a ‘Recognised for Excellence’ business and the group is also a registered ISO 9001:2008 company.
GO is Malta’s leading operator – a truly converged and integrated quad-play, communications and entertainment company, powering over 500,000 connections. GO provides services to the business community, including cloud services, networking solutions, and managed co-location facilities. GO’s infrastructure is fibre-powered and the company is the only Maltese operator to have access to three submarine cables which link Malta to the world. GO is in the process of actively rolling out a nationwide FTTH network.
From its origins in Jersey in 1888, JT is an innovative global telecommunications firm, employing more than 600 people in 7 global locations, and powering close to 10 million SIMS worldwide.
Our clear purpose is to connect our customers to their sustainable future. To do that, we form long-standing partnerships with leading communications businesses to deliver the products and services expected from a full-service, world-class communications provider.
For example, our Internet of Things business provides cellular connectivity and remote management of devices worldwide, as well as fraud protection and bulk messaging services.
Owned by the people of Jersey, JT has completed a socially inclusive project to install a full-fibre broadband network in Jersey, making the island the first jurisdiction in the world to have 100% full-fibre connectivity to all premises, with the third fastest broadband speeds in the world. From January 2020, JT’s minimum guaranteed broadband speeds doubled from 250 Mbit/s to 500 Mbit/s with plans to increase this to 1 Gbit/s.
Our customers also enjoy an award-winning 4G mobile network, with 5G trials currently underway.
Manx Telecom is the leading Isle of Man-based communications solutions provider. Our core business touches the lives of almost every individual and business on the Island. Our team of some 300 locally-based, skilled people delivers a full range of fixed line, broadband, mobile, data centre and business managed services to the Isle of Man public.
Vannin Ventures is our growth and innovation engine developed to launch innovative, new telecoms products and services to markets worldwide, from the Isle of Man. The group includes our established Global Solutions business, which provides world-class connectivity and data hosting services, plus international smart SIM solutions, Machine-to-Machine (M2M), International Mobile Virtual Network Enabler (MVNE), and Global Messaging products and services; Partitionware, experts at connecting the web, IoT and telco worlds; and Goshawk, whose patented technology improves the service for mobile phone users suffering hearing loss. We successfully launched this global-first technology on the Isle of Man in 2018. This summer the service will launch in the UK as an exciting new Mobile Virtual Network Operator proposition branded “Audacious”.
Míla has for over 100 years built up, maintained and operated a state of the art telecommunications network in Iceland. Míla is the market leader in this market in Iceland.
Míla sells its solutions to companies and institutions engaging in telecommunication activities and Icelandic telecommunication companies utilize Míla’s network in most of their solutions. Míla’s products include access to the local loop, leased lines services, bit-stream access and co-location.
Monaco Telecom is a telecommunication provider focused on exclusive solutions for small markets. In Monaco, we provide mobile telephony, landline telephony, internet and television services. As a housing and cloud infrastructure operator in the Principality, Monaco Telecom offers customised support to its business customers through a powerful and secure international network and a landing point for the Europe-India-Gateway submarine cable. In Cyprus, we provide mobile services, through our 100% owned subsidiary MTN Cyprus. Internationally, we are specialising in services to operators, supporting their development or sharing infrastructure to manage value added services.
POST is Luxembourg’s leading post and telecommunications company providing fixed, mobile, M2M, IoT, satellite, high-quality connectivity, cloud and ICT services. POST Telecom has points of presence in Frankfurt, Amsterdam, London, Brussels, Strasbourg and Zurich.
Siminn owns and operates companies in telecommunications, information technology and entertainment. The largest company of the group is Siminn – Iceland Telecom, founded in 1906 is also the parent company. The main subsidiaries of Siminn are, Míla, the biggest infrastructure provider in Iceland and Sensa an enterprise IT company.
Headquartered in Guernsey, Sure provides telecommunications and related services across the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and in the British Overseas Territories of Ascension, Falklands, Saint Helena and Diego Garcia. The corporate division Sure Business specialises in offshore connectivity, enabling those companies that operate in the islands to reliably and efficiently connect and transact with their global partners.
Sure’s approach to business is based on its values of island specialist, simplicity and customer-driven. The last of these values has resulted in annual multi-million-pound investments to provide customers with the best and latest services to meet their needs. Sure customers benefit from the best rated mobile network in the Channel Islands and the best overall network in the Isle of Man, according to independent studies. Sure is a member of the Batelco Group, a leading telecommunications provider to 12 markets spanning the Middle East & Northern Africa, Europe and the South Atlantic and Indian Ocean.
FL1 (Telecom Liechtenstein AG) provides private and corporate customers with state-of-the-art landline, mobile, internet and TV products. Smart ICT services and solutions round off the portfolio. An emphasis is placed on strong products combined with personal service, in order to fulfil the brand promise “simplyexperience.” FL1 (Telecom Liechtenstein AG) offers international state-of-the-art protection technology to companies, authorities and critical infrastructure from a single provider as Managed Services of the next generation from its Security Operation Center in Liechtenstein. The country is considered to be one of the safest data locations in the world and is committed to the highest degree of confidentiality, neutrality and reliability.
TELE-POST covers a population of 56,000 scattered over thousands of kilometers, providing telecommunications, information technology and postal services. All the settlements have radio, TV and a telephone link to the outside world, and even the smallest settlements have broadband internet and mobile phone services. The head office is located in Nuuk, and the company is represented in every town in Greenland.
TELESUR is the state-owned full service provider in Suriname, delivering innovative and market-oriented products and services to its business and residential customers. Its service offering comprises of mobile, fixed voice and broadband, as well as data centre services, television and the Telesur Multimedia Innovation Laboratory. Telesur is the telecommunications market leader in the country and is co-owner of the Suriname Guyana submarine cable system (1244km). Telesur has recently (November 25th, 2019) introduced its 5G service and is therefore the first in the Caribbean.
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