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Reliable, resilient and speedy internet

We provide ultra-fast fibre network connectivity for your business. Get on the internet with our leased line, FTTP or ADSL solutions.

Our connectivity services

Network connectivity from Cambridge Support

Cambridge Support offer reliable, speedy and resilient internet connectivity to your business, as we understand the importance of access to the cloud. We offer quick ultra-fast fibre networks directly to your premises, alongside our various leased line, FTTP or ADSL solutions.

Leased Line

Cambridge Support provide ultra-fast fibre leased line connectivity to your business. Our service can reach gigabit speeds (over 1,000 mbits), and is designed to be reliable, resilient and quick, as we know your business always needs to be connected.

Fibre to the cabinet (FTTC)

We offer fibre to the cabinet services that offer high speeds without the added costs of deploying a physical fibre connection to your premises.

Fibre to the premises (FTTP)

Getting a fibre connection directly to your premises offers a reliable, high-speed connection that ensures your business can make the most of the cloud at all times. Unlike FTTC (Fibre-to-the-cabinet), fibre is connected directly to your building to provide a faster connection.

SD-WAN private networks

We offer SD-WAN network infrastructure – a modern technology that simplifies network management and operation. It replaces traditional technologies like VPN and MPLS, making use of high-tech software defined networking (SDN) to improve performance and lower costs.


ADSL broadband offers a network connection over telephone lines. Although not as fast as fibre broadband, ADSL provides a high-quality, reliable connection that can help your business get online.

Multiprotocol Label Switching (MPLS)

MPLS is a type of networking that gives you a completely private, dedicated network that can be linked to more than one site. These networks ensure that data gets to the place it is supposed to get to via a prioritised, specialised connection.