Google badmouths HTTP behind its back, proposes SPDY as a speedy successor
If there’s anything that Google doesn’t like, it’s things that collect dust. The company is famous for its annual spring cleaning efforts, in which the firm rids itself of redundant and dead-end projects , along with more bullish moves, such as its push to overhaul the internet’s DNS system . Now it’s looking to replace HTTP with a new protocol known as SPDY , and to that end, it’s demonstrating the potential speed gains that one might expect on a mobile network. According to the company’s benchmarks, mean page load times on the Galaxy Nexus are 23 percent faster with the new system, and it hypothesizes that further optimizations can be made for 3G and 4G networks. To its credit, Google has already implemented SPDY in Chrome, and the same is true for Firefox and Amazon Silk
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