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Four counties, including Los Alamos, three municipalities, six tribes and 415 community anchor institutions are forging their mark on the high-speed Internet map.
A $10.6 million grant from the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act will provide broadband services in the Regional Economic Development Initiative or REDI. Los Alamos County, Rio Arriba County, the City of Española, Santa Fe County, the City of Santa Fe, Taos County and Town of Taos are part of the initiative.
REDI Net or Northern Regional Economic Development Initiative, along with Kit Carson Electric and the Santa Fe Regional Telecom Coalition, are members of REDI Open Networks. They will provide high-speed bandwidth to community anchor institutions and last-mile providers, offer multiple options for transport and allow last-mile providers to access new markets.
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