Why was REDI Net Created?

 REDI Net was created to bring high-speed internet to areas of Northern New Mexico, to improve rural healthcare services, make public and higher education more accessible, and improve local government services, like public safety.

What are the benefits of REDI Net?

REDI Open Networks will

1) provide high-speed bandwidth to community anchor
institutions and last-mile providers that is not
currently available in the market;

2) offer multiple options for transport, and

3) allow last-mile providers to access new markets,
increasing customer choice and affordability.

Who runs the Network?

REDI Net is a a government entity co-run by, Santa Fe County, Los Alamos County, Rio Arriba County, North Centeral Economic Development District, City of Espanola, Pueblo of Pojoaque, Pueblo of Ohkay Owingeh, Santa Clara Pueblo and Pueblo of Tesuque

What are Community Anchor Institutions?

Anchor institutions include State owned buildings, public safety towers and all public and private K-12 schools, public libraries and colleges that elect to participate in the project.

 What is a middle mile network?

The “middle mile” is the segment of a telecommunications network linking a network operator’s core network to the local network.

What is a last mile provider?

The “last mile” is the final leg of delivering connectivity from a communications provider to a customer.  Providers offer broadband services to residential and business end users


Northern New Mexico's Community Broadband Network