- Associated Press - Wednesday, September 17, 2014

LEWISTON, Maine (AP) - Oxford Networks has officially opened its expanded data center in a high-security building at the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.

The data center that was unveiled Wednesday in a former Navy communications center will allow the company to expand its cloud computing, data storage and backup solutions. Company officials say it’s the largest facility of its kind in northern New England.

Craig Gunderson, Oxford Networks’ president and CEO, said Brunswick Landing was a natural choice for the $6 million investment. The structure was built to the highest standards to prevent electronic eavesdropping, and it has several vaults that can be used to limit access to sensitive servers.

Oxford Networks, which is owned by Canadian private equity firm Novacap, said the expansion has added 12 jobs.

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