SPDY: An experimental protocol for a faster web



SPDY is a google initiative to make serving web pages faster by fixing some of the flaws in HTTP. It adds a layer on top of TCP that allows several streams over one connection. HTTP then goes on top of it.

Their experiments show a performance boost of up to 50%


SPDY has been enabled in Chrome since Jan. 2011. Since it requires the server to be SPDY aware also, it only impacts when chrome connects to google's servers.

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