Telecom & Tech
Alaska’s lack of infrastructure makes it important to develop reliable lines of communication which the state’s telecom companies pursue rigorously. GCI, AT&T, Alaska Communications, Quintillion, and ASTAC are some of the businesses that have kept Alaska’s communication networks up to speed.
Latest Telecom & Tech News
New agreements with industry roaming partners mean that talk, text, and data costs have decreased for GCI customers traveling through Canada and Mexico.read more
Alaska investment firm McKinley Capital Management and the University of Alaska’s Lab for Data Science and Artificial Intelligence have formed a new academic partnership focused on the use of data science and artificial intelligence in finance.read more
The electronic logging device market will grow at a compound annual growth rate of more than 4 percent between 2019 and 2025, according to a new report by Global Market Insights, a market research and strategy consulting firm.read more
ecoATM Gazelle, a world-leader in the reCommerce of consumer electronics is bringing its payment-for-handset kiosks to Alaska.read more
PDC’s Bryce Mahn recently acquired the RCDD certification, a global information and communications technology certification that demonstrates the holder’s knowledge of the creation, planning, integration, and execution of communications technologies. PDC Engineers...read more
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Bering Straits Native Corporation (BSNC) hired shareholder Lucille Sands for the newly-created position of Shareholder Development Director.read more
Each winter, Coastal Villages Region Fund supports elders and provides energy assistance to families in its twenty member communities through the longstanding Elder and Heating Oil Programs.read more
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The Alaska Marine Lifeline
The current conversation Alaskans are having was spurred by Governor Mike Dunleavy’s initial budget proposal for 2020, which would cut funding to the AMHS by 75 percent and essentially end most operations by October.