Trying to explain the infrastructure that makes the Internet succeed or fail in a community is like trying to trace the rainbow-colored wires through a Santa Fe state government data center to a fiber-optic cable that stretches to Albuquerque. The journey is long, and the route far from direct.
Economic development planners, however, say that Northern New Mexico will soon get faster and more affordable Internet service as a big picture for a regional broadband project comes into focus.
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