The Digital Unify was launched in Malta in 2003, making use of two ST internal labs. Over the years, a number of labs were opened, namely: FITA(Foundation for IT Accessibility), a lab for people with special needs and NadurLab, a lab located in the sister island of Gozo, in conjunction with one of the local councils.

Later on, a lab was opened at the Foundation for Disabled People in the town of Bormla. This latter was equipped with hardware previously located at the former lab at SATU (Substance Abuse Therapeutic Unit), part of the national correction facilities, where, after training all inmates, lab was dismantled.

DU Malta trained over 3’000 trainees since its inception. The program ended officially in the first quarter of 2009.