REDI Net is a middle-mile fiber optic, open access, community broadband network located in Northern New Mexico. REDI Net is the only broadband entity owned and operated by a consortium of local and tribal governments. The consortium is comprised of Rio Arriba County, Los Alamos County, Santa Fe County, the City of Española, North Central New Mexico Economic District, Tesuque Pueblo, the Pueblo of Pojoaque, Santa Clara Pueblo, and Ohkay Owingeh.
In August 2010, the consortium received $10.6 million from the Broadband Technology Opportunities Program (BTOP) in the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) to build REDI Net. Construction of the 140+ mile fiber optic network began in June 2011 with the first customers connected to the network in January 2012.
As a middle-mile network, REDI Net provides Internet Access and WAN services to ISPs, local/state/tribal/federal agencies, libraries, healthcare facilities, educational institutions, and other community anchor institutions.