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  • Oxford Networks manages four data centers with fully redundant HVAC
  • Fully redundant power, with 2 electrical feeds, 2 transformers, 2 Automatic Transfer Switches (ATS), 2 Uninterruptable Power Supplies (UPS), and 2 750 kw generators
  • SOC 2 and HIPAA compliant
  • A & B Power Feeds to Every Rack
  • Two diverse and independent fiber optic links into the network
  • One of a few companies in the world to offer IBM System i in the Cloud
  • Oxford Networks uses IBM Power8 servers, which support IBM AIX, IBM i and Linux operating systems
  • Take a virtual video tour of our ultra-secure Brunswick Data Center, a former U.S. Navy and NATO Command and Control Center


  • Infrastructure as a Service featuring tiered storage options and our Advanced Cloud bundled solution
  • Disaster Recovery/Backup in the Cloud – compute resources on reserve when you need them, with self-service and automated recovery options either on our cloud or on customer premises
  • Virtual Desktop Infrastructure – allows employees to work any time on any device including thin clients, iPads, smart phones, PCs, etc.
  • Next Generation Firewall – featuring network protection, web/web server protection, E-mail protection, and wireless protection with zero upfront cost and affordable monthly rates
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  • Cloud based with no system hardware to purchase
  • Cisco phones provide state-of-the-art phone system
  • Oxford Networks provides everything you need from phone hardware to features such as voicemail to e-mail, user logins, one-number reach, and advanced auto-attendants
  • Easily integrate remote workers or satellite offices as if they’re under one roof
  • Phones can be moved to any location with an internet connection
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  • Oxford Networks operates its own 2,000-route-mile redundant network of high-capacity fiber stretching from Bangor, Maine to Boston, Massachusetts
  • Access to 50,000 commercial buildings
  • Oxford Networks has total aggregate upstream capacity of over 10 Gbps across two separate providers, each with completely diverse physical paths
  • We run iBGP and eBGP to ensure that if a failure occurs on an upstream circuit, all inbound and outbound traffic flows across the remaining upstream paths
  • To see our fiber backbone, click here