BRUNSWICK — Lewiston-based telecommunications company Oxford Networks is the latest investor in the redevelopment of Brunswick Landing.
The company announced Wednesday it would be investing $5 million into Resilient Tier-V Corp., a cyber-security company that is operating in a former national security facility on the former Brunswick Naval Air Station.
The investment will allow both companies to take advantage of the other’s expertise and infrastructure.
Resilient, which operates a high-security data storage center, will be able to tap into Oxford’s high-speed fiber optic cable. Oxford will be able to offer its customers storage in one of the most secure data centers in the country, according to spokeswoman Julia Munsey.