Madritel Comunicaciones S.A. was a Spanish multi system operator of digital cable television and other services.

In 1999 the company was owned by Telecom Italia and Spanish electricity companies Endesa and Union Fenosa.[1]

In 2002 it was merged into AunaCable.


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AunaCable was a cable television, telephone and Internet product in 2002 from the merger of several regional Spanish carriers, including Madritel, Catalan Menta, the Andalusian Supercable, the Aragonese Aragón de Cable and Canarias Telecom.

During the time it operated, each region retained the name of the regional operations that preceded it, such as AunaCable Madritel in Madrid, AunaCable Menta in Catalonia, etc.

AunaCable was absorbed by the telephone operator Retevision when it established a new operator Auna.

Grupo Especial de Operaciones

The Special Operations Group (Grupo Especial de Operaciones, GEO; pronounced HAY-oh) is the tactical unit of the Spanish National Police. The GEO has response capabilities and is responsible for VIP protection duties, as well as countering and responding to terrorism. Organized along the lines of many other police tactical units throughout Europe, the GEOs is focused on dealing with terrorist attacks, including aircraft hijackings as well as maritime threats and hostage taking. The GEO can also be used in a support role for Spanish Police operations outside the realm of terrorism, and is active in protecting visiting heads of state and providing security for high-profile events such as the 1992 Summer Olympics held in Barcelona. The GEO is a member of the ATLAS Network, that includes all the national police tactical units of European Union countries and some countries outside the European Union.

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