A network that was built to provide high-speed access to the Pac-12 Networks is getting some upgrades.
The Pac-10 Networks, which provide high speed access to ESPN and the Pac12 Networks, are getting an upgrade to an upcoming service that will deliver a higher-speed service, according to a statement released Wednesday by the Pac 10 Networks.
The service will allow viewers to access high-definition and high-resolution streaming video content over a cellular network connection, the Pac10 Networks said.
The Pac 10 Network will now be available to subscribers of the Pac 9 Networks, the SEC Networks and Pac 12 Networks.
The upgrade comes as the Pac 8 Networks, a subscription-based network that covers the Pac 7, are also getting an update to a new high-performance mobile-over-mobile service that promises to deliver faster streaming speeds.
The new service, dubbed High Speed Mobile Internet, is being developed by the SEC Network, which operates in more than 50 markets.
The SEC Network launched the service in late 2016.
The SEC Network will offer high-quality video streaming on its network, the statement said.
SEC Network is the only SEC Network service that has been available to the public.
The PAC 12 Networks are owned by CBS Sports.
The networks are part of the SEC network, which is operated by the television companies CBS, NBCUniversal and Walt Disney.
The network will be available through the Pac 13 Network, owned by Fox Sports, in the United States, and the SEC in Canada.
It will be offered through the SEC networks’ affiliated services and the FOX Sports Go service.
The move comes as CBS, which owns the Pac 11 Network, is working to bring its service to other countries in the coming months.
The network plans to launch the service for Spanish-language TV in December.