One of the various efforts of Google to speed up the internet is now available for everyone. CNET reports that the Internet Engineering Task Force has published a Google quiz (fast UDP internet connection) as an official internet standard, indicating that data transmission technology is faster enough to be used at a broad level.
This technology is effectively a substitute for TCP (transmission control protocol), which manages how data is placed into the package intended, diverted and returned to the info that can be used. Quel uses a faster UDP (user datagram protocol) while also boasting a faster recovery. It also provides encrypted connections faster and handling better network switches. Visit your website is safe, audiovisual chat, and cellular exploration will see some of the biggest improvements, in other words.
It’s been a long time ago. Google first introduced the Quel as an experimental chrome add-on in June 2013, and quickly made it the main approach to transporting data from applications such as Chrome to Google servers. The company submitted a quiz to IETF for standard consideration in 2016.
Does the quiz find widespread adoption is another matter. Even though it is now a standard that can be used by anyone, maybe there is no rush to the TCP ditch considering that it has been available since 1974. You might see Quic spread gradually among companies and services that can benefit from additional speed, but wholesale transitions Maybe it doesn’t happen for a long time if at all.