RedMax’s exclusive portfolio of customers includes almost all of the island’s telecommunications providers plus the EAC, BFBS and Integrated Casino Resorts (ICR).
Cyta is a semi-government organization. It was established with the aim of providing, maintaining and developing a comprehensive telecommunications service, both nationally and internationally. Cyta is considered to be the leading provider of integrated electronic communications services in Cyprus.
Making the best of the island’s geographical location, Cyta has developed an extensive submarine fibre optic cable network linking Cyprus with neighboring countries such as Greece, Israel, Syria, Lebanon and Egypt and, by extension, with the rest of the world. At the same time, Cyta has also developed an equally impressive satellite earth station infrastructure and all this has justifiably turned Cyprus into a regional telecommunications hub.
Cyta provides a broad range of services and facilities which aim to satisfy the ever-increasing needs of its customers for voice and data applications in both fixed and mobile telephony. Particular emphasis is placed on the provision of value added services, such as content/multimedia via the Internet which, by all accounts, will be the dominant business activity of the next decade.
Following the liberalization of telecommunications in Cyprus, Cyta faces the challenge of the convergence of telecommunications, information technology and multimedia, as well as that brought about by changes to the social, legal and political environment, especially since Cyprus became a full member of the European Union. Cyta has repositioned itself as a comprehensive/integrated electronic communications provider. The development of broadband and quadruple play services composes the spearhead of Cyta’s strategy.
Cyta was the first organization in Cyprus to be assessed in accordance with the excellence model of the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM) and to be awarded the highest five-star “Recognized for Excellence” ranking. Furthermore, it is the largest organization within the broader state sector in Cyprus to have obtained ISO 9001:2000 Quality Certification.
EPIC is one of the largest telecommunications providers in Cyprus. It offers integrated telecommunications solutions for mobile, fixed telephony and broadband services, providing pioneering solutions for private and business clients.
EPIC currently owns the most technologically advanced network in Cyprus. With EPIC’s private fiber network and the leading 4G technology which guarantees high data speeds, EPIC subscribers enjoy high quality and reliability.
The company’s experienced staff comprises approximately 400 professionals with enviable background and knowledge in the telecommunication industry. EPIC is also the owner of the largest private retail chain owned by a Telecommunication provider in Cyprus with 16 EPIC Stores all over Cyprus.
Aside from its corporate operations, EPIC takes the lead in the economic and social life in Cyprus. As a responsible corporate citizen, EPIC contributes to the society through sports, education, youth entrepreneurship, culture programmes and corporate volunteerism.
Cablenet is the only independent alternative telecommunications provider in Cyprus offering broadband, fixed telephony and television services through its wholly owned cable infrastructure.
By investing significant amounts, Cablenet has managed to build a remarkable telecommunications network from scratch, both nationally as well as abroad.It operates a pioneering Hybrid Fiber Coaxial (HFC) cable network which is fully upgraded to DOCSIS3.0 and is hence considered to be a Next Generation Network. This remarkable network offers broadband speed that can exceed 400Mbps per connection and supports multiple HD TV channels.
Internationally, Cablenet maintains Points of Presence in the most important European interchange cities, with multiple connections between these centers and Cyprus, so as to ensure the protection of services and to optimize data routing.
The high speeds and affordable prices offered by Cablenet result in the best “value for money” packages in the market for broadband access and integrated services. Cablenet’s packages include single-play ( internet only or television only), double-play (internet and television ) and triple-play (internet, television and telephony). For home use, Cablenet pioneers in broadband connectivity and offers the fastest communication in Cyprus, with Internet speeds that can reach up to 150Mbps!
In addition to home services, Cablenet offers high quality services which have been developed based on the needs of all levels of business and corporate customers; whether these are small and medium enterprises or large corporations. Cablenet offers an extensive range of broadband internet access products (symmetric or asymmetric optical, coaxial cable, xDSL technology), Point-to-Multipoint WAN services both locally and internationally, Cloud services and fixed telephony services.
Even though Cablenet is one of the newest companies to enter the market, it has succeeded in gaining significant market share in a very short time period. It continues to pioneer by virtue of to its advanced technological infrastructure, its well-trained staff and the introduction of innovative applications of modern technology into the Cyprus market. Cablenet operates five Customer Support Centers in the three major cities, two in Nicosia,two in Limassol center and one in Larnaca.
The British Forces Broadcasting Service (BFBS) provides radio and television programmes for Her Majesty’s Armed Forces, and their dependents worldwide. Editorial control is independent of the Ministry of Defence and the armed forces themselves.
It was established by the British War Office (now the Ministry of Defence) in 1943. In 1944, it was managed by Gale Pedrick.
Originally known as the Forces Broadcasting Service (FBS), it was initially under the control of the British Army Welfare Service, with its first effort, the Middle East Broadcasting Unit, with its headquarters in Cairo.
Before and after end of the Second World War, various radio stations were set up, some using the FBS name, others using the name British Forces Network (BFN), but by the early 1960s, these had all adopted the BFBS name.
Since the 1980s, BFBS has formed part of the Services Sound and Vision Corporation (SSVC), a registered charity, which is also responsible for the British Defence Film Library, SSVC Cinemas, and Combined Services Entertainment, providing entertainment for HM Forces around the world. BFBS does not carry commercial advertising.
The Electricity Authority of Cyprus (EAC) was founded in 1952 by the British colonial government. The 28 private electricity companies of the time were nationalized and absorbed into the EAC. The Authority never received any subsidies from the government as these have always been prohibited by law. Its head office is located in Strovolos. The EAC currently holds a near monopoly on electricity generation in Cyprus.
It operates through three power stations with a total capacity of 1460 MW:
Dhekelia Power Station – 460 MW
Moni Power Station – 150 MW
Vasilikos Power Station – 868 MW
The company also distributes electricity produced by five privately held wind farms:
Orites – 82 MW
Santa Anna – 20 MW
Alexigros – 31.5 MW
Koshi – 10.8 MW
Aeolian – 10.8 MW
Additionally, individuals, private companies, and the Government own almost 54 MW of solar panels and almost 10 MW of biofuel installations and the EAC distributes the electricity these produce too. The Authority served 559,700 customers in 2015, that is 280 per employee, up from 260 in 2014. The electricity sales per employee reached 2.02 GWh, up from 1.83 GWh in 2014.
ICR (Integrated Casino Resorts) is a Cyprus Consortium is comprised of the Macau-based Melco Resorts & Entertainment and The Cyprus Phassouri (Zakaki) Limited, member of the CNS Group. The Consortium will develop and operate an Integrated Casino Resort Project named City of Dreams Mediterranean, which will be located in Limassol and four (4) satellite casinos throughout the island.