Lumen San Diego 1

8929 Aero Drive

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0.87 miles redIT Aero Drive
0.88 miles DataBank San Diego Kearney Mesa
1.36 miles AIS Lightwave (LWDC)
1.43 miles CariNet
1.45 miles AIS Fiber Alley (FADC)
1.45 miles Lumen San Diego 2
1.48 miles i2b Networks San Diego
2.00 miles ScaleMatrix San Diego
The San Diego facility is its own facility, with 25,000 square feet of datacenter space built out today and the option to expand into another 75,000 square feet of space, spread across two buildings on the campus.
2.88 miles EdgeConneX San Diego
2.93 miles XO: 5771 Copley
4.20 miles Lumen San Diego 3
The site was originally a Global Crossing facility
5.71 miles Mapletree: 7337 Trade
7.17 miles AIS West San Diego (SDTC)
11.21 miles AT&T San Diego
12.94 miles redIT World Trade
12.95 miles DataBank San Diego SAN1
In 2023, Databank expanded the site from 15,000sqft and 1.2 MWs to a total of 60,000 sqft and 7.5 MWs.

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The combined company of CenturyLink and Level(3) has one of the largest networks in the world.

The combined company of CenturyLink and Level 3 is a patchwork of data centers that span over Europe, North America, and Latin America. The data centers came through acquisitions that include Global Crossing (2011) and TW Telecom (2014).

A Timeline of Level 3 Acquisitions

  • 2020: CenturyLink rebrands as Lumen Technologies
  • 2017: CenturyLink acquired Level 3's data centers and network for $34 billion
  • 2015: Black Lotus (for Level3's DDoS mitigation product)
  • 2014 Level 3 acquired TW Telecom for $5.7 billion
  • 2012 Level 3 acquired Voxility
  • 2011 Level 3 acquired Global Crossing (GX) for $2.0 Billion
  • 2007: Level(3) acquired Broadwing for $1.4 billion
  • 2006: Level(3) acquired Progress Telecom for $137 million
  • 2006: Level3 acquired Looking Glass Networks for $96 million
  • 2006: Level3 acquired Telcove (Adelphia Business Solutions) for $1.2 billion
  • 2006: Level3 acquired ICG Communications for $163 million
  • 2005: Level 3 acquired WilTel for $680 million
  • 2002: Level3 acquired Genuity for $242 million
281 Facilities Owned
164 Markets Served
93.8 Megawatts
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