Who are we?

Based on the island of Malta, 3am Systems is an innovative technology company performing niche product development activities. With core expertise in engineering and computing, we provide various hardware and software tools as well as online services to our customers worldwide.

Our origins came about from initiatives to develop a streamlined board support package for a successful line of payment terminals. We then went on to launch our website and to publish the World Tone Database, a resource highly sought after by VoIP, IP-PBX and wireline telephony professionals, and this helped us secure worldwide brand recognition.

The name came up while working on tool chains in the early hours; that fateful day was the 25th of June, 2002. Five years on, with the arrival of like-minded business partners, the company was incorporated.

Our staff has extensive international experience in various sectors, having worked with diverse product development teams in Europe, Latin America and the United States.



I. Goltman

Mr. Goltman is a veteran technologist with decades of successful design and development experience, and specialised on hardware and firmware for PIC microcontrollers. He received his Master degree from the Odessa National Academy of Telecommunications and holds patents in the fields of wireless, sensing and control.


B. Cauchi

Inġ. Cauchi is a warranted computer engineer specialising in digital electronics, embedded systems and telecoms. He has worked in consumer electronics, industrial controls and the payment terminal sector, having held roles in product development and manufacturing. Inġ. Cauchi holds a Bachelor degree in Computer Systems Engineering and Master degrees in Telecoms and Entrepreneurship from the University of Malta, where he also teaches in a visiting capacity.

Where is Malta?

Malta is a southern European island country in the Mediterranean Sea. It lies 80 km south of Italy, 284 km east of Tunisia, and 333 km north of Libya. Malta joined the European Union in 2004 and adopted the Euro as its official currency just four years later. English is an official language, together with the native Maltese.

Malta has a vibrant ICT industry, providing a solid base for top iGaming and FinTech companies. Malta was one of the first jurisdictions to jump on the blockchain/DLT bandwagon, with pioneering legislation to regulate the sector.