One of these experiments is SPDY
( pronounced " SPeeDY"), an application- layer protocol for transporting content over the web, designed specifically for minimal latency.
ssRwd melds SPDY
page speed optimization and HSTS strict transport security with cross-platform multi-browser web development to eliminate the need for redundant 'full' and 'mobile' websites by using flexible grids and fluid formats to optimize content presentation for the screen size and capabilities of the requesting device - regardless of whether it be desktop PC or Mac, iPad or iPhone, Android smartphone or Windows touch screen tablet.
It turns out that some Google sites are already using SPDY
when you browse with Chrome.
Speedy" implies a solid-state drive (SSD) server platform, website performance and page download speed optimization (PSO), and leveraging the SPDY
All this is a part of Google's "Make the Web Faster" campaign, which in the past included the Page Speed browser extension, the Page Speed Online API, the SPDY
protocol, and the mod_pagespeed Apache module.