Remote regions of Alaska historically receive their communications services (e.g. phone, television, and Internet) over high-cost and high-latency satellite connections. In 2009, GCI envisioned the creation of a next-generation communications network, known as TERRA, for all areas of Alaska that would provide equitable access to low-latency broadband service. Today, GCI has delivered on this vision in 72 communities in western Alaska. Going into tomorrow, GCI plans to expand the TERRA network to more underserved communities throughout the state.