Oxford Networks to invest $5 million in Resilient Tier-V

Oxford Networks and Resilient Tier-V Corporation announced
the creation of a technology partnership, which will offer secure network and
data center services with robust data transmission capabilities to businesses
and government.  

As part of a $5 Million investment, the partnership will
leverage both Oxford Networks’ and Resilient Communications’ assets to create a
highly competitive data transmission, secure data storage and secure network
management facility.

“Oxford Networks has been heavily investing in its
fiber optic infrastructure for over a decade.  This partnership with
Resilient Tier-V gives us the opportunity to leverage that network and to offer
data management and cyber security services that are critical to businesses
both here in Maine and elsewhere.  Resilient offers one of the most secure
data storage sites in the United States and we are excited about what this can
mean for our clients and the state,” said Craig Gunderson, president and
CEO, Oxford Networks

The $5 million dollar investment marks another critical
step in the development and growth of Resilient Tier-V located at the former
Brunswick Naval Air Station. The secure data center is headquartered in a
hardened former national security facility, which most recently protected
highly secure military data and communication systems.

“Oxford Networks resources, from a technical,
financial and management perspective, provide key opportunities for Resilient’s
growth,” said Charles Largay, president of Resilient

“Resilient is operating out of a facility at the
former Brunswick Naval Air Station that already provides extremely high levels
of security for our customers. This investment will accelerate our ability to
provide additional levels of reliability and redundancy that, until now, have
been unattainable in most commercial data centers,” Largay added.

By Telecomlead.com Team
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