Quic from Google for faster connections

In June , Google announced the experimental project Quic, from Quick UDP Internet Connections, which aimed to speed up web connections.maxresdefault The company today stated that it has managed to increase the traffic of its servers that use Quick UDP Internet Connections and the results are very encouraging.HERE C

Instead of τα πρωτόκολλα του Internet TCP και TLS, το Quic μπορεί να μειώσει το χρόνο φόρτωσης της ς και του buffering διότι απαιτεί λιγότερες συνομιλίες μεταξύ των πελατών και του διακομιστή.

What's the secret?

The new protocol establishes the connection of the lower latency, especially for devices connected to a specific web server or a previously logged-in service, says Google:
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The new protocol is designed so that when a customer () έχει μιλήσει τουλάχιστον μια φορά με ένα συγκεκριμένο διακομιστή από πριν, να μπορεί να αρχίσει την δεδομένων χωρίς ταξίδια μετ ‘επιστροφής, γεγονός που κάνει τις ιστοσελίδες να φορτώνονται πολύ πιο γρήγορα.

[/ alert] Google reports that approximately 50% of all Chrome applications on Google servers are served by Quic, resulting in faster loading of results s.

Loss of data from a new protocol is reported to be much less than the TCP protocol: Google notes that YouTube users report 30% less rebuffering when they make streaming videos and there are disruptions in the connection.

The company plans to propose, to do so Quick UDP Internet Connections, an official model of the web in the future, as it continues its experiment, making additional improvements.

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