An experimental protocol developed by Google to speed up latency-sensitive applications such as Web search. A prime goal is that connections can be established more quickly than with TCP ("zero RTT connection establishment"). The protocol is layered on top of UDP for deployability. According to a Chromium Blog article from April 2015, "roughly half of all requests from Chrome to Google servers are served over QUIC".


-- SimonLeinen - 2015-04-26

Topic revision: r1 - 2015-04-26 - SimonLeinen
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