BRUNSWICK — A startup information technology company that focuses on secure data storage, network communications and cyber security plans to locate its headquarters to Brunswick Naval Air Station property.

Resilient Communications Corp. plans to establish a state-of-the-art secure data center; a data disaster recovery center; and a composite manufacturing facility for portable data centers. Gov. John Baldacci says the company will create up to 150 new jobs.

The Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority says Resilient has signed a long-term lease to utilize the former high-security fleet communications building, as well as a building used for training.

The base is due to close in May 2011, and will become Brunswick Landing: Maine’s Center for Innovation. Other outfits planning to use the property include aircraft maker Kestrel Aircraft Co. and Southern Maine Community College.