Oxford Networks Data Center
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Oxford Networks Data Center is located in the area Brunswick, USA (America), and the colocation data center is carrier neutral. The data center was last updated on 07-11-2012.
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owned and operated by Firstlight Fiber.
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Oxford Networks Data Center is prepared for the worst so your company can perform its best.
Cyber threats, natural disasters and utility failures are persistent threats to your business. Oxford Networks Data Center delivers unparalleled, secure end-to-end managed continuity to ensure that your most important information is safe, managed and accessible when you need it.
Located in the former military secure data and communications center for the now decommissioned Brunswick Naval Air Station in Brunswick, Maine, Oxford Networks Data Center occupies what was once a hardened national security facility. The building most recently protected highly secure military data and communication systems, but has been re-purposed for private sector use and is available to secure your most valuable information.
Oxford Networks Data Center provides managed IT solutions, cloud computing services, colocation opportunities, data storage services, and disaster recovery services. The facility boasts 32k square feet of space, dual perimeter fences, 24/7 on-premise monitoring, 24? raised anti-static floors, and Coolcentric cooling system. There are multiple discrete paths to major network backbones, including robust bandwidth exceeding 10 Gbps.
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