• 2011 - 2011

    The transaction covering the incorporation of EI Towers S.p.A. into DMT S.p.A. was developed and perfected during the year.

  • 2010 - 2010

    With the objective of increasingly focusing on infrastructures, at the beginning of 2010, DMT finalized the sale of the technological systems division (television transmitters) to a company headed by a former manager; thereafter, DMT was exclusively an independent operator of infrastructures situated across the national territory, and increasingly attentive to new business opportunities, including opportunities of a significant size.

  • 2009 - 2009

    Following the assignment of the Wi-Max frequencies, and more in general, with the launching of broadband wireless connections, DMT actively worked to host, on its infrastructures, systems to cover the national territory through new technologies dedicated to wireless data traffic. At the same time, DMT actively supported all of its television customers in the changeover to digital technology.

  • 2005-2008 - 2005-2008

    The portfolio of sites managed was expanded to cover all of northern Italy, and thus, most of the national territory, with steady and planned progression in the number (over 40) of transactions entailing the purchase of towers, business units, and firms, all of which already had revenue-generating infrastructures. During this period, DMT increased the number of towers managed, going from approximately 500 to approximately 1,500.Given the level of excellence achieved during this period, DMT was able to participate in important projects involving digital terrestrial television (DVB and DVBH) and analog technology, in Italy and abroad (UK, France, Spain, Australia, China, Philippines, and the U.S.).

  • 2004 - 2004

    In June, DMT successfully completed its public listing on the Milan Stock Exchange, putting a majority interest of the company on the market, with the objective of becoming one of the nation’s largest tower operators. DMT held an important nucleus of infrastructures in northern Italy’s richest regions.

  • 2001-2003 - 2001-2003

    DMT inaugurated an acquisition campaign targeting towers dedicated to hosting radio and television broadcasting systems; the acquisitions mainly involved small companies across the country or business units. As of 2003, DMT incorporated into Towertel several companies that were managing around 140 towers, thereby expanding and strengthening its hosting services, including the mobile communications business.

  • 2000 - 2000

    DMT was set up in January 2000, when several of the company’s managers acquired the Elettronica Industriale S.p.A. (Mediaset Group) business unit dedicated to the planning, production, marketing and sale of systems for television broadcasting. The transaction entailed the acquisition of know-how and personnel (but no towers).