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Google Takes Over Internet via SPDY?

Posted by Charles | February 3, 2010 .

It seems Google is on the path to take over everything online or everything in bits and bytes, well, except in China..um…and what Apple aims at. The funny thing is that almost everyone who surfs online is literally working for Google and contributing to its “google” sized bank account, in the way of pay for it, and then Google is considered a free service. Anyway, Google thinks HTTP had its run and should be retired. Hence the Google SPDY, which is hosted at the Google Chromium project site.

SPDY (pronounced “SPeeDY”), is an “an application-layer protocol for transporting content over the web, designed specifically for minimal latency.”

Just like web over HTTP, SPDY needs both browser support and server for it too. The are creating SPDY-enabled google Chrome browser and an open source web server. The claimed in the lab testing, they’ve seen 64% page load time reduction. Not too bad.

 Google Takes Over Internet via SPDY?

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