Thanks to a partnership with the City of Dublin, Dublin City Schools will save more than $250,000 per year in internet service costs through a program called Dublink.
Dublink is a fiber optic network provided by the City of Dublin that will replace Time Warner as an internet highway starting this school year.
“This project has been several years in the making and we are thrilled we have been able to successfully connect to Dublink for the 2019-20 school year,” said Superintendent Dr. Todd Hoadley. “This project is a great example of what can happen when governmental entities work together.”
According to the City of Dublin, Dublink is 125 miles of fiber optics that run underground throughout Dublin and many surrounding Central Ohio communities. The Dublink network makes Dublin the best-connected community in Central Ohio and is globally recognized as a broadband rich environment.
Dublin City School’s ability to connect to Dublink this school year will improve internet speed, reduce latency, and allow Dublin Police easier remote access to security cameras.