Wednesday, August 3, 2011
Web Speed: what are your "pipe" and "code?"
The web moves slower or faster, depending on your "pipe" and the "code"--
Google has launched Page Speed Service, which is designed to automatically speed up Web pages when they load. The service intervenes between Web servers and users, rewriting a Web page's code to improve its performance and applying other related tricks. In the meantime, the FCC reports that many Internet providers still advertise speeds higher than they deliver.
Labels: internet speed
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