Dauphin County Library System Helps Bridge the Digital Divide with Ethernet Services from Comcast Business

October 11, 2018

Scalable, High-performing Internet and WiFi Capabilities Support New Technology Initiatives for Eight Libraries Across Central Pennsylvania

Regional Library System Brings Literacy and Recreational Programs to Thousands of Local Adults and Children

Comprised of eight independently operating facilities, the Dauphin County Library System (The Library) serves approximately 270,000 Pennsylvania citizens residing in Harrisburg, Elizabethville, Millersburg, Lykens, Hummelstown and the surrounding areas. The eight libraries saw 695,000 in-person visits and a greater amount of online traffic in 2017. They share a collection of nearly 380,000 items that range from books, movies and music to video and board games, puzzles and digital downloads. The system also owns a state-of-the-art mobile Exploration Station that brings smart TV, digital media, laptops, a WiFi hotspot that provides free wireless Internet access and fun activities to shelters, elder and child care facilities, parks and community events.

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