TalkTalk is set to update its Huawei HG635 Super Router, in a bid to improve the online experience for its home broadband customers.
As reported by ISPreview.co.uk, the broadband provider intends to release the first new firmware for the device, with Wi-Fi and user interface enhancements expected.
The router was launched in May this year, in order to assist customers signing up for TalkTalk's Superpowered Fibre Broadband boost.
The firm is currently seeking around 100 volunteers to take part in a beta trial for the new firmware, which will be delivered via remote management.
All participants have to do is test the changes to their router and report back on the quality of their broadband service.
TalkTalk is to begin its firmware trial on September 11th, with testing expected to continue for around two weeks.
Assuming everything goes to plan, all other Superpowered Fibre Broadband customers will receive the firmware update in the autumn.