The US Department of Agriculture awarded two grants totaling $70 million to Fastwyre Broadband, formerly TelAlaska, while GCI subsidiary Unicom is working with $9 million secured under the New Markets Tax Credit.
Arctic villages scrambled for internet alternatives after a subsea fiber optic cable was cut. Luckily, a new satellite option became available just months ago.
Construction season has arrived for the next links in the AU-Aleutians Fiber Project. GCI has crews working in King Cove, and more are scheduled to start later this month in Sand Point.
The first person to hold the position of Senior Director of Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) at GCI is a 25-year veteran of the telecom company.
Video gamers across Alaska are preparing for the largest esports tournament ever held in the state, scheduled for three weekends January 28 and February 4 and 11.
GCI activated its AU-Aleutians fiber project on December 21, connecting its first residential customer in Unalaska to 2-gig internet.
Entrepreneurs presented ideas to a panel of judges at the Alaska Travel Industry Association trade show in Sitka, competing for cash prizes.
While surveying begins on the Airraq Network in the Bethel region, GCI is “jetting” last-mile broadband fiber connections in Unalaska.
The national tours of Hamilton, Come From Away, Six: The Musical, and Disney’s Aladdin are scheduled to run from August 2023 through April 2024.
More than $60 million from two federal departments pays for extending high-speed internet from Kodiak Island to the Chukchi Sea.