A new cell tower in Anchorage’s Rogers Park neighborhood is providing greater capacity and coverage to GCI customers in Alaska’s largest city.
Celebrating the completion of the heavy construction phase of the Terrestrial for Every Rural Region (TERRA) high speed internet project, GCI on Saturday invited Kotzebue residents to a community barbeque, hosted with the help of local firefighters, who grilled up more than 1,000 hotdogs and hamburgers.
Women in Cable Telecommunications announced this week that VP of GCI Government, Healthcare, and Education Pam Lloyd, Ph.D. has been accepted into the upcoming class of the organization’s Betsy Magness Leadership Institute.
On Sunday, August 27, our 2017 Summer of Heroes were announced during a special ceremony at the Alaska State Fair.
Young entrepreneurs will pitch business and product ideas to a panel of adult judges Aug. 29 during the first-ever Seattle-area Acton Children’s Business Fair, an event sponsored by technology services provider GCI and others.
Alaska's largest technology company, GCI, recently welcomed Lori Davey to its GCI Business team as vice president of enterprise markets. Davey brings management experience from Alaska's investment, oil and telecom industries to the GCI team where she will lead its business enterprise and midmarket commercial sales teams as GCI Business launches a new suite of innovative services, products and capabilities.
GCI today announced it has built a new wireless tower near Coldfoot, Alaska, which brings the first voice and high-speed data service to Dalton Highway traffic.
Today, Alaska’s largest telecom company GCI announced the launch of 4G LTE wireless service in Kincaid Park through a brand new, hidden cell tower. Disguised as a spruce tree, it fits in seamlessly among the park’s 14,000-acre landscape. The long-awaited wireless service will make necessary park safety improvements and connectivity possible for park goers and the community. It is one of only three “stealth” towers in Anchorage.
Helping to instill respect for the Alaska wilderness in the next generation of leaders, GCI made a $12,500 donation to the National Student Conservation Association this summer. The funds will be used to support the organization’s dedication to maintaining Alaska’s wild lands and the vast resources the state has to offer.
The deadline to nominate a youth for a scholarship through the Alaska Communications Summer of Heroes program is quickly approaching.