The Mnemotechnic Serial Bridge (or just "Bridge" for short) is a device that was designed by a Russian developer, Algernon Boryenka, and later remodeled in 2130 by Lucas Coffey so that it could adapt with a specific individual, Tejinder Wakeman.

The Bridge connects with the frontal lobe, sending electrons to neurons to the rest of the cerebral cortex (the part of the brain that contains most of the dopamine system, such as memory). The Bridge basically acts as both a hard drive and a computer OS that functions in the human brain. With the port on the side of the Archiver's brain, Tejinder is capable of directly connecting himself to any electronics. He is also able to remote access devices, such as surveillance cameras, to remote view his surroundings.

It was tested on several subjects that had been patients at the Renaissance Sanitarium in Engelus, Nevada. All of them had been rendered in a lobotomized state. Tejinder Wakeman is the sole exception to have properly utilized the Bridge.