Mission Critical Solutions, Data Center Opportunities at Brunswick Landing
Brunswick Landing, Maine’s Center for Innovation is a high-tech business campus, strategically located on the property of the former Naval Air Station Brunswick on Maine’s beautiful Midcoast. Brunswick Landing is being redeveloped for civilian use by the Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA).
When the Navy was here, its primary mission was aerial surveillance in support of NATO military operations. Its mission required the use of sensitive compartmented information facilities, meticulously constructed with military grade security and access control features. Now many of these same state-of-the-art facilities are available for immediate reuse by the IT and cybersecurity industry.
This is the time to see how your business could benefit from being in a strategic location like Maine with the ability to be up and running in days rather than months.
We invite you to visit us or call to learn more about IT opportunities at Brunswick Landing.
Power Your IT Project Here With 100 Percent Renewable Energy
The Navy left behind a self-contained power grid that MRRA, an EPA Green Power Partner, has upgraded and energized with 100 percent renewable electricity. By expanding your business to Brunswick Landing, you’ll have access to reliable green energy at competitive rates. We’re currently managing a more than 3 megawatt load over 15 miles of power lines.
Brunswick Landing has some of the best available secure data center and co-location facilities in the Northeast U.S., The buildings are move-in ready and are powered by reliable 100 percent green energy. They come with backup generators, three-phase power, and single mode fiber optic networks. Call us today at 207 798-6512 to inquire about space for your company’s expansion. Here are some of the prime IT buildings available at Brunswick Landing:
- 148 Orion Street (Building 554) – Sensitive Compartmented Information Facility (SCIF) 10,000 SF
- 121 Orion Street (Building 55) – Small Data Center, Professional Office, 10,000 SF
- 4 Leavitt Drive (Building 639) – Professional Office, Customer Contact center 2,335 SF
Also, more and more facilities are transferring to MRRA so please don’t miss an opportunity to become the next great company to call Brunswick Landing home! Contact Bob Rocheleau MRRA’s Property Manager for more details at 207-798-6512 or email@example.com
Oxford Networks Data Center Expanding Capacity by Sevenfold
Oxford Networks opened its Brunswick Landing Data Center in the former U.S. Navy Command and Control Center (Building 87) three years ago. Due to its success and tremendous business growth here, Oxford Networks is expanding the high security cloud computing and data storage area in the 52,000 SF facility, which has built-in 8” thick electromagneticly shielded walls, 24” raised anti-static floors and is guarded by a dual perimeter security fence.
Brunswick Landing, Maine’s Center for Innovation
Information Technology Infrastructure at Brunswick Landing
The Navy left behind a complex of buildings that are already wired with sophisticated high-speed connectivity. MRRA is committed to expanding the information technology industry in Maine by integrating the existing IT infrastructure with upgrades and state-of-the- art equipment at the newly developed Brunswick Landing: Maine’s Center for Innovation.
In the late 1990s, the Navy began an extensive installation program of fiber optic cabling throughout NASB. This investment in technology made it possible to transfer vast amounts of information at what was once considered inconceivable speeds (10 Mbps to 100 Mbps).
From 2003 until 2008, the Navy continued augmenting the fiber optic network by adding single mode fiber cabling along side the existing multimode fiber network. This upgrade was done to take advantage of the drastic increases in bandwidth that single mode fiber provides largely due to improvements in the silica/glass used in its core construction. The single mode fiber connecting most buildings at NASB can operate at 1 to 5 Gbps.
IT Assets at Brunswick Landing
- Single mode fiber optic network which is 10 to 30 times faster than the best multimode fiber cabling available in the marketplace.
- Connectivity from Oxford Networks, Comcast
- Many of the facilities have large open floor plans and both single and multimode fiber connections.
- Single Mode Fiber – 1 to 5 Gbps
- Multimode Fiber – 10 to 100 Mbsp
- DSL provided by FairPoint Communication
- Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS) – Speeds starting at 10 Gbps