Google Fiber announced on Wednesday that it would begin rolling out a software upgrade to Comcast internet customers to address an issue with its network.
The software update will bring new features to Comcast Internet customers, including more secure web browsing, a faster data connection and support for faster streaming.
Comcast internet users who upgrade to the new software will have their internet speed boosted by up to 30 percent.
Comcast said it has also updated its DNS servers to address a number of DNS queries.
The company said it is also working with local ISPs to implement a fix for a number problems with Comcast’s network.
Comcast has been struggling with a host of technical issues in recent years, including a data outage that forced many Comcast customers to cut their internet services.
Comcast’s troubles have been particularly intense in the last year, after the company introduced its first consumer broadband service, the fiber-optic cable that went live last year.
Earlier this month, Comcast announced plans to offer internet access at its cable networks.