|Integrated Logic is a networking solutions company serving education, healthcare and medium enterprise organizations in rural Alaska.
We employ about 20 individuals and offer a broad range of technology services.
FEBRUARY 28, 2011, ANCHORAGE — GCI Communication Corp. (GCI) and Integrated Logic LLC (Integrated Logic) announced that GCI has taken a substantial equity position in Integrated Logic , creating a partnership to build and support reliable and secure networking environments in rural Alaska. The partnership will provide critical Alaska institutions with comprehensive information technology and communication services to effectively build and manage their broadband networks. Combined, GCI and Integrated Logic will be able to support the end-to-end technology needs of the state's rural healthcare, education, public service and commercial organizations.
"Integrated Logic has been a strong partner for rural Alaska and will be a strong partner for GCI," said Martin Cary, Vice President and General Manager of GCI's Managed Broadband Services. "Prior to the creation of this partnership, customers faced difficulties working with multiple vendors to ensure a dependable network and internet environment. Between the shortage of technical resources in rural communities and the complexity of broadband services technology, rural organizations were faced with daunting challenges in designing and maintaining functional systems to support their missions."
GCI (NASDAQ: GNCMA) is an Alaska-based company providing voice, video and data communication services to residential, commercial and government customers. Founded in 1979, GCI introduced long-distance competition to Alaska and has since grown to be one of the nation's premier integrated telecommunication providers. The company employs more than 1,600 Alaskans and has a current run rate of $630 million. GCI has a 45 percent share of the state's long-distance market, and is the state's largest provider of internet services with cable modem, wireless and dedicated access. Its cable television services pass 90 percent of the state's households with 64 percent penetration. Digital cable and cable modem service is available to 99 percent of its subscribers.
The company offers facilities-based local telephone services in 22 cities throughout Alaska and has earned a 35 percent statewide market share. GCI's services are connected through company-owned fiber optic, satellite and metropolitan area network facilities to the Lower 48 states. This broadband platform is the only one of its kind in Alaska and allows the company to provide customized services to the Alaska market. Please visit www.gci.com for more information.