redIT Opens 95,000 Square Foot Data Center in Mexico City

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Cloud services and data center provider redIT announced on Friday it has opened its new 95,000-square-foot redIT data center in the Tultitlán area of Mexico City.

The facility, which marks the first of its kind in the country, will house eight PODs to service a wide range of companies and government institutions.

“This DataPark will enable redIT to meet the most challenging requirements of our IT ecosystem,” said Murray Case, CEO of redIT. “The complex was created with advanced technological resources, strategies and processes to offer world-class service to our partners and clients.”

Mexico’s data center market is slowly growing, with a handful of data center popping up within the last year. More recently, HostDime recently opened its new data center in Guadalajara, Mexico.

The redIT DataPark features eco-friendly tools, such as a cooling system that takes advantange of Tultitlán’s mild ambient weather conditions to boost its energy efficiency by 45 percent.

The data center is located relatively close to a substation of the Federal Electricity Commission, which ensures a highly reliable energy supply.

As a result, the substation will provide up to 9 MW to the redIT DataPark when in full operation.

The redIT Data.Park PODs are also certified ISO 27001, ISO 9001, ISAE3402 and ICREA Tier IV certified.

redIT provides its customers with customizable cloud services and data centers in the southwestern U.S. and Latin America.

The company’s clientele includes McDonalds, SAP, Bloomberg, and Carl Zeiss, among others.

Talk back: Are you currently offering cloud computing services in Mexico? Do you think the new data center will help redIT further its presence in Latin America? Let us know in the comments.

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