CYTA


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CYTACyprus Telecommunication Authority
CYTACalifornia Yoga Teachers Association (est. 1973)
CYTACincinnati Yoga Teachers' Association (Ohio)
CYTACheshire Yoga Teachers Association (UK)
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Where holograms become an extension of ourselves, and participate in conversations, entertain us, travel and communicate," an announcement by Cyta boasted on Friday.
Cyta has three Teleport sites with more than 35 satellite earth stations providing access to global satellite providers such as EUTELSAT, INTELSAT, AVANTI and ASIASAT.
With Cyta's market share at 63.85%, the once former state monopoly had a total of 700,062 subscribers at the end of June, losing 32,778 subscribers in a year.
The deployment of Infinera's DTN-X platform will allow Cyta to add additional capacity to the Alexandros subsystem, with the ability to upgrade TE North's terrestrial network in the future, in order to serve global operators who rely on Cyta to offer services in the Middle East, Asia and Africa region.
The development was confirmed during an official meeting between the heads of Cyta and MoT Lebanon.
The Cypriot telecoms service provider OTEnet (part of the Greek OTE group) maintains that the planned transaction would create a monopoly which would effectively squeeze out all competitors from the domestic telecoms market.a"Right now, only CyTA has the infrastructure supporting terrestrial digital television.
Onyx is to provide CYTA with connections to London and all other London Internet Exchange members.
In turn, CYTA will help Onyx Technology Group market their services to existing CYTA clients and other neighbouring countries in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
During a parliamentary discussion of CyTA's budget for 2019, the semi-governmental organisation said they project a deficit of around e1/448m.
Cyta is the dominant telecommunications provider in Cyprus and its product portfolio covers the whole spectrum of electronic communications, ranging from fixed and mobile telephony to Internet service provision and broadband applications.