redIT World Trade

12270 World Trade Drive

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0.01 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.
8.78 miles Mapletree: 7337 Trade
9.74 miles LIghtEdge: San Diego (SDTC)
The site was previously known as " AIS West San Diego (SDTC)", before it was acquired by NFINIT, in 2020 and then in 2022 LightEdge acquired NFINIT.
10.18 miles AT&T San Diego
10.99 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.
11.54 miles Lumen San Diego 2
11.54 miles CariNet
11.55 miles i2b Networks San Diego
11.58 miles LightEdge: San Diego (Lightwave)
The site was previously known as AIS Lightwave (LWDC), before it was acquired by NFINIT, in 2020 and then in 2022 LightEdge acquired NFINIT.
11.63 miles Verizon: 5771 Copley
Former XO facility
11.64 miles EdgeConneX San Diego
12.66 miles DataBank San Diego Kearney Mesa
12.68 miles redIT Aero Drive
12.94 miles Lumen San Diego 1
16.86 miles Lumen San Diego 3
The site was originally a Global Crossing facility

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redIT, a subsidiary of American Tower Corporation, is a telecommunication operator and developer of wireless communication solutions with presence in the United States, Mexico and other strategic countries in LATAM, Europe, Africa, and Asia.

reIT History


RedIT started operations under the name of Metronet that operated a public telecommunications and fiber-optic network in the main cities of Mexico. Offering last mile solutions and being a carrier of carrier in Mexico.


Added Xertix in Monterrey as a new Managed Services business.


  • Expanded coverage in Monterrey and Guadalajara
  • Launched Ethernet and DWDM products


Went public with Initial Public Offering on the Mexican stock Exchange.


  • Received the ISO 9000, 20000, and 27001 certifications, strengthening the administrative and operational processes of the company.
  • Acquired Diveo Internet de México, a company with an infrastructure and portfolio of clients in Mexico
  • We invest in San Diego CA. in Castle Access, for delivery of connectivity and value-added services in the United States.


  • Expanded internationally with the purchase of Castle Access, a company with 2 technological campuses in San Diego, CA. All the companies of the group were integrated into the brand redIT.


Built our metropolitan network in Tijuana, B.C.
Added operations with two nodes in Tijuana.


  • We launched DataPark, a technology campus located in Tultitlán, where carriers and content providers strengthen their connectivity with customers from different technology segments.
  • KIO Networks acquires redIT in October.


  • American Tower acquired KIO Networks. At the time of closing, KIO Networks’ held more than 50,000 concrete poles and approximately 2,100 route miles of fiber, primarily located in Mexico’s key urban centers. The transaction was approximately $500 million
  • Expanded the network to 8 new cities in Mexico.
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