While Alaska Communications activates a 2.5 gigabit fiber-optic network in cities, GCI awaits delivery of its AU-Aleutians cable.
The Anchorage Community Land Trust is purchasing a food truck where entrepreneurs can learn the ins and outs of cooking on a line in a timely manner.
After GCI and Quintillion brought fiber-based high-speed internet service to Northwest Alaska, usage increased 560 percent in January.
The Bristol Bay villages of Manokotak and Clark’s Point now have access to LTE, or fourth generation wireless service, as part of GCI’s goal to expand coverage in Southwest Alaska.
The donation of a disused storage facility lets Shiloh Community Housing develop a one-stop shop for resources to disrupt the cycle of homelessness.
As GCI crews dig trenches to house conduit and fiber optic cable in Unalaska in preparation for the landing of subsea fiber by late 2022, they are also careful of treading on past relics.
Beyond 5G wireless in Prudhoe Bay, GCI envisions a telecommunications backbone to new renewable energy industries in Alaska.
GCI’s next 5G wireless network will be for the state’s richest industrial zone. Prudhoe Bay is scheduled to get 5G service in 2022.
In the past year, schools at all levels partnered with telecommunication companies to implement technology on an unprecedented scale.
The facility serves as a safe space for women and children impacted by domestic violence, sexual assault, and other crimes.