Cloud Heroes high-speed fibre legacy makes Bryer Ash a good move

By Nick Batten on 24 March, 2021

Following its move to new premises, data networking and hosting company Cloud Heroes has left behind the legacy of hi-speed internet at its former office in Bryer Ash Business Park, Trowbridge. 

Marketed by Carter Jonas, the unit is situated a stone’s throw away from Trowbridge train station and is conveniently located on the western outskirts of Trowbridge town centre. 

Having identified that broadband availability was generally poor on the premises, Cloud Heroes came to the rescue of the other tenants in the building and pulled in some high-speed fibre lines to the unit. 

As a reputable provider of data centre services, business communications and data security solutions for businesses throughout the UK, Cloud Heroes has a wealth of experience in simple and highly complex networking projects.

Cloud Heroes uses its own IP network, specifically designed to support UK businesses, allowing tenants in the building to expand their service according to their specific demands. It can also be easily scaled up or down to support any amount of voice and data requirements. 

As the firm is now moving to a new office, Cloud Heroes has left the line in so the new tenants can benefit. Essentially, all the potential new tenants need to do is move in and connect up, to take advantage of this ultra high-speed and very secure line coming in from Cloud Heroes UK data centres. 

Colin Scragg from Carter Jonas said, “The current pandemic has focused occupiers on their office requirements and Bryer Ash offers well-appointed premises. It provides a mix of cellular and open plan space fitted to a good standard and is available on competitive terms.” 

Pete Wordley, Managing Director of Cloud Heroes, added, “A connection like this has a plethora of business benefits to the potential new tenants of our offices at Bryer Ash. Not only is it fast and infinitely available, but they will be able to run their business-critical apps and data from a completely secure connection. 

“Our data centres are all based in the UK with 24/7/365 monitoring, so the uptime they will have is pretty much 100%. Put simply, it will allow them to concentrate on looking after their customers without the hassle of the large amounts of downtime they would experience on the previously poor connection.” 

To find out more about Cloud Heroes and its offering visit: www.cloudheroes.com

Pictured above: The Bryer Ash Business Park, Trowbridge