Malta


GO Malta taps Imagine Communications for new playout and media management system

Service provider GO Malta has installed a complete playout and media management architecture from Imagine Communications. The new system has enabled GO. GO is the leading quad-play provider in Malta, offering mobile, fixed line, internet and IPTV/OTT television services to more than 500,000 customers. Since the acquisition of Multiplus in 2007, GO has rapidly grown […]

Amino teams up with Agama for Android TV with analytics

Video technology company Amino and analytics and video service quality specialist Agama have teamed up to integrate the Amino Operator Ready Android TV solution with Agama Client Device Monitoring (CDM) for operators that want Android TV core capabilities, but with device lifecycle management and real-time insights on service quality and viewer experience. Maltese service provider GO […]

GO Malta commits to invest €1m in original content

Maltese service provider GO has committed to invest over €1 million over the next three years to support the production of original TV content to be aired by its TV service, exclusively for its customers through a newly launched initiative, GO Originals. This commitment has significantly increased the support to local production companies and created […]

GO Malta taps Divitel for mesh WiFi

Technology outfit Divitel has deployed a managed mesh Wi-Fi system for service provider GO in Malta. GO has invested heavily in the TrueFibre network, a fibre-powered infrastructure that offers broadband speeds up to 1 Gbps. However, according to Divitel, due to a number of factors like higher population density with multiple devices that interfere with […]

Melita passes TV milestone

Maltese cable provider Melita’s TV has now passed the 100,000 milestone, giving it the equivalent of about 60% of the market share, according to the company. Melita customers have a choice of TV offerings that includes premium sports package, delivered through eight HD channels on TSN, and exclusive channels such as Top Crime, BBC Earth […]

GO Malta taps Edgeware for multiscreen TV

Service provider GO Malta has tapped Edgeware to provide its CDN and Origin platform to enable it to deliver multi-screen services. The use of Edgeware’s CDN and origin solutions will enable GO to provide mobile and multiscreen services with features such as ad insertion and subtitling technology, according to the tech company. GO has been […]

EQT to buy Melita from Apax and Fortina

Private equity outfit EQT is to buy Maltese cable operator Melita from Apax Partners and Fortina Capital. EQT’s infrastructure unit said it would support Melita’s growth by further upgrading its fixed and mobile networks and opening an additional data centre location on Malta. It will also support Melita’s internationalisation strategy including its recent expansion in […]

Melita launches 1Gbps internet in Italy with Plume

Maltese cable operator Melita’s new Italian subsidiary has launched Diamond Fibra.  This internet-only product includes 1Gbps broadband delivered through Italy’s Open Fiber FTTH network and enabled by consumer-facing technology company Plume’s smart home services bundle, featuring its Adaptive WiFi, HomePass and AI Security products, for €39 per month. Diamond Fibra will initially be available to consumers in […]

Melita launches nationwide 1Gbps broadband

Maltese cable operator Melita has launched a 1Gbps internet service that is available across its entire footprint. The move, which has enabled Melita to claim that Malta is the first country in Europe where 1Gbps broadband is available nationwide, follows upgrades to the operator’s HFC infrastructure that have also reduced latency on the network, according […]

Melita unveils Italian expansion plan

Maltese cable operator Melita’s CEO Harald Rösch has unveiled details of the company’s plans to expand its operations to Italy over the Open Fiber network infrastructure. Speaking to The Sunday Times of Malta, Rösch said that Italy presented a great opportunity for the company to grow, given not only its geographic proximity but the slow […]

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