Based in the innovation hub of Cambridge. Bridge Fibre provides full fibre connectivity, hosting and telephony services to SMEs and larger enterprises.

Our services


Choose from our internet options, which are provided through ultra-fast fibre connections to our connected business parks.


Bridge Fibre can help you bring down your phone costs by providing fully managed phone systems delivered over an existing internet connection.


Benefit from Bridge Fibre’s array of hosting services, which deliver the benefits of a dedicated in-house server, without the high costs.


Earn revenue from calls to your business, gain call statistics, be seen as a nationwide company and more.


A complete service to clients from pre-planning and feasibility, through infrastructure design and procurement to the delivery of Gigabit fibre and wireless services to tenants and landlords alike.


Colocation hosting allows companies to access modern hosting options without the need to build their own data centre or employ people to maintain and manage it.

IT Support

Bridge Partners, can deliver long-term IT support.  Since our staff are already familiar with your IT strategy, they can work in partnership with you, helping you get the very best from your technology.

Trusted by over 1,000 parks and tenants in the UK


and many more…

Whatever your position, Bridge Fibre will help you improve your services

Take a look to see exactly how Bridge Fibre benefits your park or business with a solution tailored to your needs. 


You can trust our outstanding reputation. Bridge Fibre is a specialist business ISP, providing superior internet services, which give you the same level of functionality as a dedicated solution, but without the high costs.


Bridge Fibre works in partnership with landlords of multi-tenanted business parks to solve connectivity problems, by delivering premium fibre optic broadband, secure server hosting, and reliable telephony services.

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