Sunday, 25 June 2017

Yiannis Koulias appointed CEO of Cyta Hellas

Cyta
Friday 10 October 14

Mr Yiannis Koulias has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Cyta Hellas, effective 8 October 2014. Cyta Hellas, a wholly owned Cyta subsidiary, owns and operates an extensive fiber network throughout Greece and provides quadruple…

Mr Yiannis Koulias has been appointed as Chief Executive Officer of Cyta Hellas, effective 8 October 2014. Cyta Hellas, a wholly owned Cyta subsidiary, owns and operates an extensive fiber network throughout Greece and provides quadruple-play bundles (fixed, mobile, internet and IPTV.

Mr Yiannis Koulias has extensive experience in the telecommunications industry and has served Cyta for more than 30 years from various executive positions in both commercial and technical sectors. Upon taking office, he will keep his posts as Director of Cyta’s National and International Wholesale Market Division, as well as Chief Executive Officer of Cyta’s wholly owned subsidiaries, Cyta UK Ltd (United Kingdom) and Cytaglobal Hellas (Greece). Cyta’s National and International Wholesale Market Division incorporates Cytaglobal, a semi-autonomous strategic business unit specialising in international communications, with emphasis on undersea cable systems. Mr. Koulias has led Cytaglobal in developing and promoting Cyta’s successful cable and satellite hub in the Eastern Mediterranean, which contributes in establishing Cyprus as a regional telecommunications centre of excellence.

Yiannis Koulias holds a BSc Honours Degree in Electrical & Electronic Engineering from the University of Manchester Institute of Science & Technology and an MSc Degree in Microwaves & Modern Optics from University College London. He is a Chartered Engineer and Member of various professional institutions.


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