Arcticom was established in 2004 as a supplier of high end radio communication sales and service in the Alaska region. In 2005 Arcticom invested in MOTOTRBO™ area wide communication infrastructure and through this provides private 2 way radio service to the Anchorage bowl and the Mat-Su Valley.

Arcticom is a Motorola Solutions™ full line dealer with expertise in communications sales and service.

In 2013 Arcticom was purchased by Bering Straits Native Corporation and is located at 144 East Potter Drive Unit C in Anchorage Alaska.


Bering Straits Native Corporation (BSNC) was formed in 1972 as the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act regional Alaska Native Corporation for the Bering Strait region, which encompasses the majority of Alaska’s Seward Peninsula and the coastal lands of eastern Norton Sound.

BSNC Mission Statement
Our mission is to improve the quality of life of our people through economic development while protecting our land and preserving our culture and heritage.

This region is perhaps the most culturally diverse area in the state with three Native languages spoken: Siberian Yupik, Central Yup’ik, and Inupiaq. BSNC began with 6,333 original shareholders and owns and manages nearly two million acres of subsurface land selected by 17 village corporations.

BSNC is headquartered in Nome, Alaska. Regional operations include real estate management, development, tourism, construction, mining services and sales of rock and aggregate. BSNC also has an office in Anchorage, which oversees government contract work under SBA 8(a), HubZone and small business programs. Anchorage operations also include construction, support services and shareholder services.