Overland-Tandberg continues to lead in helping the underserved segments of society obtain access to technology and services that can effect change. On September 16, AT&T will debut its first Connected Learning Center, designed to increase access to educational and digital literacy tools among families impacted by the digital divide, with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the Annette G. Strauss Family Gateway Center in Dallas. This is the first of more than 20 Connected Learning Centers that AT&T plans to house in local community organizations. As of now, centers are planned to open in Dallas, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Cleveland, Detroit, Houston, Miami and San Francisco. Overland-Tandberg will lead onsite configuration of the computers in each center. Each AT&T Connected Learning Center will provide access to free high-speed AT&T Fiber internet and Wi-Fi, educational content, digital literacy tools, as well as mentoring and tutoring support from AT&T employee volunteers. Dell Technologies is donating Dell OptiPlex computers and Dell monitors to each location and Overland-Tandberg will deploy onsite installation services, data management and security products to each location from several of its branded portfolio. This collaboration is part of the AT&T Connected Learning program, which launched in April as part of the AT&s $2 billion commitment to help bridge the digital divide through efforts that promote broadband affordability, accessibility and adoption.