High fibre diet as Bridge and TusPark fast-track Cambridge Science Park comms upgrade
Bridge Fibre, a UK leading Internet Service Provider, has joined forces with Chinese hi-tech influencer TusPark UK to deliver Gigabit connectivity to the tenants of two new buildings on Cambridge Science Park.
The high-speed fibre will be pumped into Unit 22 and Unit 25, TusPark’s flagship Bio-Innovation Centre.
Bridge Fibre has been delivering fibre-based connectivity to multi-tenanted commercial properties such as science parks and innovation centres for over 10 years and has more 30 prominent business sites across the UK in its portfolio.
Bridge Fibre now operates the Gigabit services at seven sites in the Cambridge area alone.
Congcong Wang, head of operations for TusPark, said: “The two buildings will have different applications. Unit 22 has been let to a single multi-national occupier.
“Unit 25, the Bio-Innovation Centre, will house a variety of life science companies, giving them space and facilities to develop both their technology and their business.
“We wanted to have attractive services and have been able to agree to have fully resilient connectivity from the opening day, with one line coming into each building and the two buildings connected with a private fibre cable.”
“TusPark Cambridge is our second site in the UK and the completely new buildings are based on our successful global incubation model.”
TusPark has contracted with Bridge Fibre to build the internal and external networks to service the site and the tenants.
“We view the relationships we have with landlords such as TusPark as a partnership, with the mutual goal of offering innovative and distinctive service offerings.” said Bob Cushing, commercial director at Bridge Fibre.